Cheap hotels in Santa Maria and Corso Magenta, Milan

The lovely Corso Magenta can trace its history back to the days when Milan was capital of the Western Roman Empire, but exquisite palazzos that now call the area home mostly date back to the 19th century. The historic ‘hood boasts some of Milan’s best treasures, including the Archaeological Museum and Santa Maria delle Grazie, the stunning Renaissance church that houses da Vinci’s masterpiece, The Last Supper. The neighborhood, which is situated just west of the city center, is well serviced by public transportation.
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Nuovo Marghera, Milan

Address Via Marghera 2 (Santa Maria and Corso Magenta)

EuroCheapo Review: A 58-room charmer, the three-star Hotel Nuovo Marghera is not only within walking distance of Da Vinci’s masterpiece, The Last Supper, but it’s also got an art gallery of its own.... read review

7.7 Guest Rating

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