Milan

Thousands of furnished rentals to book online

Available Apartments:

1 bedroom apartments :2705
2 bedroom apartments :583
3 bedroom apartments :112
Studio :602

Districts:

Apartments in Municipio 9: 397
Apartments in Municipio 4: 269
Apartments in Municipio 1: 621
Apartments in Municipio 6: 307

Rooms for Rent in Milan

Many people think that Italy is expensive, especially for a city like Milan, which is famous for its fashion and shopping scene. That is not all true. Of course Milan is more expensive than other cities in Italy (Maybe Rome should be excluded) and life in Milan for expats but it comes at a cost, but it is still a very popular relocation destination. This city, in short, has something for everyone.

If you’re considering moving to Milan, your biggest expense will be, of course, housing. Living in a room in a shared apartment should lessen the blow of you wallet, but if you opt for having your own studio apartment in a central location, you might expect something around €1000. Whatever you’re seeking for, the cost of living in Milan can really differ from many aspects.




Featured Rooms

460 €
Uniplaces

Bed in a twin bedroom connected with Cattolica University

1,272 €
Homestay

bedroom with a private bathroom

450 €
HousingAnywhere

Room in Viale Campania, Milan

480 €
Uniplaces

Bed in a twin bedroom, close to Politecnico

800 €
Zappyrent

Via Val di Bondo , Milano

400 €
Erasmusu

Two nice rooms in terraced house near HSR and Politecnico for girls

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Cost for Rooms in Milan

Rental prices in Milan is basically on a par with Rome. First of all, the average rent for an apartment in Milan runs approximately $866. However, the rent for a room in a shared unit averages between €300 and €700. Like all the famous cities in the globe, the very centre of this city is extremely expensive, making it out of the reach of all but the most wealthy. However, Zone 3, which is still fairly central, has vibrant neighborhoods and is especially affluent with expats. Since this area is filled with university campuses and there are lots of bars and clubs, you can get a room here to enjoy the most vivid lifestyle in Milan.


Cheap Rooms for Rent in Milan

In Milan, you can find a mix of properties, for example, unfurnished (vuoti), semi-furnished (parzialmente arredati) and completely furnished (arredati). The unfurnished room will logically cost you less, but you need to buy everything yourself. For students or those who’re looking for a cheaper room, a flatshare might be a better option. You can live with a friend or find a roommate on Facebook group to share the rent together. Alternatively you can also look for room rentals through your university, they would like to help with your searching and offer some recommendations.


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