The Hotel de la Ville is a small luxury hotel that enjoys a unique and enviable position: opposite the Monza Villa Reale and its wonderful park, a few steps from the historical center of one the most important cities of Lombardy.
- Monza National F1 racetrack – 2.2km
- Milan Linate Airport (LIN) – 19km
- Golf Club Milano – 3km
- Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport (BGY) – 40km
- Monza Central Station – 2.5km
- Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) – 58km
- MM1 Sesto San Giovanni Underground – 7km
- Como Lake – 41km
- Milan Central Station – 16km
- Lugano – 86km
- Fiera Milano City exhibition centre – 19km
- Fiera Milano Rho exhibition centre/EXPO – 22km
From Milan: Tangenziale Est, direction Lecco, exit Sesto San Giovanni.
From Central Station: Viale Lunigiana until Viale Zara, always straight, exit Monza Villa Reale.
From Milan Rho Fiera: toll free highway A4, exit Cinisello Balsamo
From Switzerland: "Lake highway" A9, keep driving until A4, exit Cinisello Balsamo.
From Austria: Brennero highway A22, then A4 direction Turin, exit Monza.
Monza train station is a little more than 2 km (1 mile) far from Hotel de la Ville.
Trains departing from different Milan stations stop in Monza, the main ones: Milano Centrale and Milano Porta Garibaldi, every 15 minutes (lines Bergamo, Lecco, Sondrio, Chiasso and Saronno).
Milan Underground MM stops at Sesto San Giovanni (red MM1, 9 km/5,5 miles) and Bignami (lilac MM5, 10 km/6 miles).
From Linate, Tangenziale Est to Lecco, exit Sesto San Giovanni. Taxi fare: about 50 euros. Air Pullman offers 7 routes per day to Monza.
From Malpensa, highway A8 to Milano, keep driving until A4, exit Cinisello Balsamo. Taxi fare: about 100 euros. Shuttle buses every 15 min to Milano Centrale; Malpensa Express trains every 15 min to Milano Centrale and Garibaldi. Orio Shuttle connects Monza to Orio al Serio and Malpensa.
Hotel de la Ville, Monza
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