The urban redevelopment and the revaluation of the land is the foundation of the District, which comprises Corbetta, Cisliano and Bareggio, leader Municipality , for a total of 37,000 inhabitants. The area has a high percentage not yet urbanized , to be protected, and it sees the presence of two regional parks: the Ticino Park and the South Milan Agricultural Park, natural attractions of the local territory. In addition, the District benefits from the presence of numerous commercial and catering activities, which provide not only a commercial service , but also a social and aggregation service , representing a valuable alternative to the large-scale distribution and the nearby unskilled hinterland of Milan. The main objective is to promote the revitalization of the area through competitive interventions aimed at the promotion of the local economy , the spread of innovative services for the trade and the restoration and the improvement of the accessibility of the area, primarily by investing in a whole series of bicycle pathsIn practice, this will involve the redevelopment of the urban area and the facilitation of roads, which also goes along with an increased flow of visitors. In view of the collaboration between public and private , Traders and the Municipal Administrations, it can develop and integrate the provision of services and amenities of the municipalities in question.




Bareggio Municipality




Located halfway between Milan and the Ticino river shore, the Bareggio Municipality, the ancient land of St Ambrogio now has 17,049 inhabitants. Thanks to the presence of the South Milan Agricultural Park, holds one of the best ratios of green space per inhabitant of Milan hinterland.


The origin of Bareggio name lends itself to two different interpretations. Some scholars derive it from Baradigium or Baradeglum (the distance from the mountains) and it dates back to the Lombard era. Others derive it instead from Baraggia (uncultivated place): this interpretation, however, is at odds with the reality of the country since the  agriculture of the region is thriving.




 Comune di Bareggio



  • Cavour Square, snc - 20010, Bareggio, MI, Italy
  • Telephone: + 39 02 902581
  • Fax:  + 39 02 90361596 
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Cisliano Municipality



The agricultural activities are predominant in Cisliano, a landscape among the best preserved of the province of Milan, so as to be included in the South Milan Agricultural Park. Here, the countryside retains the characteristics of the rural traditions of a civilization that is disappearing.


Some fine buildings make it a pleasant visit to the town. In particular, the Parish Church of St. John Baptist dating back to 700, the Church of St. Maria Assunta is located in the hamlet of Bestazzo and the chapel of Our Lady of Ravette always in Bestazzo. Even the Scanna Farmhouse, dating back to the sixteenth century, where some remains have been found in the Necropolis of the fourth century and the Palace Terzago Palace are both worth visiting.




Comune di Cisliano



  • Piave Street 9 - 20080, Cisliano, MI, Italy 

  • Telephone: + 39 02 9038701

  • Fax: + 39 02 9018088

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Corbetta Municipality



Corbetta , with its 16,323 inhabitants, is a rich city of history and art. Its historical center retains traces of a past that makes it one of the most significant city of the west of Milan, placed, although not on the Naviglio share, in the great architectural phenomenon of the eighteenth-century villas.


The history of Corbetta is full of episodes and it develops from the seventh and sixth century. B.C. To witness the richness of its history , in addition to various findings of different eras, there are numerous villas and prestigious buildings . Corby is indeed, an area dotted with villas and palaces worthy of note, among other things: Brentano Palace , Frisani Olivares Ferrario Villa, Borri  Manzolis Villa, Mereghetti Frisani Villa, Pisani Dossi Villa, the Castelletto, the Lazaretto, and many other buildings. Even places of worship are present and they play an important role within the town. Over all, it is good to remember the Archdiocesan Sanctuary of the Blessed Vergin of Miracles, the most significant sacred building of Renaissance and Baroque art in Corbetta.


Also part of the territory of Corbetta , is included in the South Milan Agricultural Park whose most characteristic features can be found in the villages of Cerello and Battuello where you can alternate the pleasure of city life to long hikes in the woods or along ditches and canals .




Comune di Corbetta



  • Carlo Cattaneo Street 25 -  20011, Corbetta, MI, Italy
  • Telephone: + 39 02 972041

  • Fax:+ 39 02 9770429

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