Everybody says “All inclusive”: how to be 100% sure it really is
Hi student 😊
searching for an apartment on rent in Milan, you often see in the listings “all inclusive” price.Read More
thank you for booking one of my apartments! 👍
What are the next steps?
How to make the check-in?
Any procedures international students I should apply arriving in Italy?
In this post you can find in 5 points the replies to those and other questions you may have, I hope it can be helpful!
1. Payments 💶
You have already paid for the booking confirmation to Rental Milan, thank you!
I sent you via email the Booking confirmation from Rental Milan and the Lease agreement from the owner.
The next payment will be for the first rent (check the amount on the Booking) + the security deposit (€ 900) by bank transfer to the owner.
You can find his bank details in the Booking confirmation from Rental Milan.
This payment is due at least 10 days before your arrival, please.
2. Landing at Malpensa airport 🛬
Should I ask my driver to come to pick you up by car at Malpensa airport?
The service has the same price of a taxi, € 95 (you should please him cash).
It takes about 50 minutes from Malpensa to the apartment by car.
Please let me know your flight details, so I can make the reservation to the driver in your behalf (he can’t speak English, I’m sorry!)
He’ll wait for you at the exit number 6.
His car is a black Alfa Romeo 159, he’ll have a paper with written “Rental Milan”.
Driver Mr Massimo +39 342 624 7833
Please text my colleague Siim via WA (+39 366 1691919) when you leave from Malpensa, so he can know at what time you are arriving at the apartment.
3. Check-in 🏠
At the apartment you’ll meet my colleague Siim (or Mrs Clarita, the checkin/out and cleaning manager).
You’ll sign the documents (Siim will have the printed copies of the Contract and Booking), he’ll show you the apartment, the neighbourhood and he’ll give you the keys.
Clarita +39 327 0947489
Siim +39 366 1691919
4. Documents needed in Italy 📑
The lessor needs your Italian fiscal code (“Codice fiscale“) to register the contract, he must do it within 30 days from the check-in, to avoid the fine.
I would recommend you to apply already for it before your arrival.
If you are extra EU, you should apply for the Permit to stay (“Permesso di soggiorno“) as well, once you are in Milan, within 8 days.
5. Living in Milan ✅
Some useful general information
Thank you! 🤗
Ottavia +39 334 65 90 292
I believe you are excited for the amazing experience you’ll have in Milan! ✨
ENJOY YOUR STAY!!! 🎉