Routes Italy Province of MilanMilan
Naviglio Martesana route

Milan, Province of Milan, Italy

Naviglio Martesana route

Length6.2 mi
Elev. Gain45.9 ft
Est. Steps14000

Forest

Lake

River

Scenic views

Wild flowers

City walk

Quiet place

Playground

Bugs

Created by Noel
Introduction
Naviglio Martesana route is a 6.2 mile (14,000-step) route located near Milan, Province of Milan, Italy. This route has an elevation gain of about 45.9 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Seveso (river)

Water
The Seveso (Italian pronunciation: [ˈsɛːvezo]; Lombard: Séves [ˈseːʋes]) is a 55-kilometre (34 mi) Italian river that flows through the provinces of Como, Monza e Brianza and Milan. It rises on Sasso di Cavallasca or Monte Sasso of Cavallasca, near San Fermo della Battaglia. From here its course runs through the communes Montano Lucino, Grandate, Civello, Casnate con Bernate, Portichetto, Fino Mornasco, Cucciago, Vertemate con Minoprio, Asnago, Carimate, Cimnago, Lentate sul Seveso, Camnago, Barlassina, Seveso, Cesano Maderno, Binzago, Bovisio-Masciago, Varedo, Palazzolo Milanese, Paderno Dugnano, Cusano Milanino, Cormano, Bresso.

Milano Centrale railway station

Building
Milano Centrale (Italian: Stazione Milano Centrale) is the main railway station of the city of Milan, Italy and is the largest railway station in Europe by volume. The station is a terminus and located at the northern end of central Milan. It was officially inaugurated in 1931 to replace the old central station (built 1864), which was a transit station but with a limited number of tracks and space, so could not handle the increased traffic caused by the opening of the Simplon tunnel in 1906.

Corso Buenos Aires

Place
Corso Buenos Aires is a major street in north-eastern Milan, Italy. With over 350 shops and outlets, it features the highest concentration of clothing stores in Europe. The architecture of the area is mostly late 19th- and 20th-century style; the street and its surroundings are pointed with several neo-classical and art nouveau buildings.

Caiazzo (Milan Metro)

Building
Caiazzo is a station on the Line 2 of Milan Metro.

Lima (Milan Metro)

Place
Lima is a station on Line 1 of the Milan Metro. The station was opened in 1964.The station is located in Piazza Lima, which is approximately half of Corso Buenos Aires in the municipality of Milan. This is an underground station with 2 tracks in a single barrel.

Cimiano (Milan Metro)

Building
Cimiano is a station on Line 2 of the Milan Metro. The station is located near the junction between Via Palmanova, Viale Don Luigi Orione, Via Don Giovanni Calabria and Via Pusiano, in the district of Cimiano. It is a surface station with a single island platform and has no access for people with physical disabilities.

Loreto (Milan Metro)

Building
Loreto is an interchange subway station serving Lines 1 and 2 of the Milan Metro. The station opened in 1964 as part of Line 1 and is a node of interchange with the Line 2 since 1969.The station is located in Piazzale Loreto within the municipal area of Milan. It is a very busy station. This is an underground station, with 2 tracks in a single cane for Line 1 overriding 2 tracks in one barrel for Line 2.

Gorla

Place
Gorla (Italian pronunciation: [ˈɡɔrla]; Lombard: Gòrla, same pronunciation) is a district ("quartiere") of Milan, Italy. It is part of the Zone 2 administrative division, located north-east of the city centre. Before 1923, Gorla was an independent comune. The name "Gorla" is probably derived from the latin word gulula, meaning "little cleft".

Piazzale Loreto

Place
Piazzale Loreto is a major town square in Milan, Italy. The name Loreto is also used in a wider sense to refer to the district surrounding the square, which is part of the Zone 2 administrative division, in the northeastern part of the city. The name "Loreto" derives from an old sanctuary that used to be there and that was dedicated to Our Lady of Loreto, (a town in the province of Ancona).

Gorla (Milan Metro)

Building
Gorla is a station on Line 1 of the Milan Metro. The station was opened in 1964.The station is located in Viale Monza, which is in the municipality of Milan. It serves the ward of Gorla. This is an underground station with 2 tracks in a single tunnel.
Route Details

Length

6.2 mi

Elev. Gain

45.9 ft

Est. Steps

14000
Created by
Noel
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