To Milan or not to Milan, that is the question. We assure you the only answer should be “sì”. As a famous TV commercial of the '80s said "a Milan to drink" and, above all, a Milan to live. Whether you're in the city for study or for work, before renting a home in Milan it's important to know what the best <a href="https://www.uniplaces.com/d/milan/popular-neighborhoods-milan" target="_blank">neighborhoods</a> are. International students love to rent a room in Navigli or get a bedroom in a shared apartment in the popular Isola neighbourhood. If you're looking for student accommodation in the centre of Milan, you'll be safe with one of the modern apartments in Bicocca, a few steps from the university, or in the Loreto area which, thanks to the metro and several bus and tram lines, is one of the best neighbourhoods in the city. Further away but not too far from the city centre, it's possible to rent a studio in Lambrate, one of the trendiest areas in Milan at the moment, in Stazione Centrale or in Bovisa which, in addition to being a small step from the Politecnico thanks to the train and subway, you can reach the centre in just 10 minutes. For those who value the location more than the privacy of a studio while studying in Milan, either in Cattolica or Statale di Milano, a shared apartment at Porta Romana or Porta Venezia is certainly an ideal solution. Milan is work but also fun. For a Milanese evening, Isola and Corso Como or the historic area of Brera are always a good choice. In summer, the Milanese prefer to enjoy a cocktail or a beer at the Colonne di San Lorenzo or Porta Genova. Welcome to Milan, the Capital of Fashion!