"Sesto San Giovanni is a suburb located in the northeast of Milan. The neighbourhood is a good choice for anyone looking to trade the rushed pace of the city centre for a more calm surrounding while still having good transportation links to the centre. In the neighbourhood there is the northernmost stop on the Milan Metro M1 line and the Milano Greco Pirelli train station. The area has several green parks which you can enjoy during summer afternoons. Here big Italian companies such as WIND Telecommunications, Impregilo and Oracle Corporation have opened offices."
The neighbours in the area are mostly people from the other italian regions.
Parco Nord Milano is a green park full of trees and space to practice outdoor sports.
Try the Italian restaurants - osterie - in the area for a taste of the Milanese cuisine.
Sesto San Giovanni is a suburban area with several business buildings where major Italian firms have offices.
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