Have you ever visited Cascina Cuccagna, a former building in ruins close to Corso Lodi, with a bar and the restaurant Un posto a Milano? Now you could have the right occasion to pop by: they have just cut the ribbon of their brand new hostel, a small building that will welcome travellers, students and tourists.
It is completely computerized – which allows the check-in at any hour of the day – the hostel has 16 beds (two double rooms and two rooms with six beds), a shared living room, an international book shop and, of course, free wi-fi connection.
Located in one of the courtyards of the Cascina, the hostel faces the garden and the shared patio where you can enjoy breakfast in peace.
The rooms of the Cascina will also welcome exhibitions of young artists: to start with Pietro Sganzerla, young artist born in Milan in 1985, whom works get inspiration from the world of Native Americans.
The price? From 25 to 45 euros per bed. In the meantime, here is a little preview of the rooms!
Via Cuccagna 2/4, corner via Muratori, Milan
Read the original article on Conosco un Posto. All English versions are translated by Tamara Ilic.