Stay in the Italian capital of fashion, design, and business with Radisson Blu
Stay close to Milan city center and less than 3 kilometers from MiCo Convention Center and San Siro Stadium at the Radisson Blu Hotel. Our stylish, downtown hotel in Milan, Italy, is convenient for public transportation, with easy access to Linate and Malpensa Airports.
Visit nearby attractions such as the Milan Duomo (Cathedral) and the museums and art exhibits of Castello Sforzesco, all less than 7 kilometers from the hotel. Milan's fashion district is also nearby, as well as San Siro Stadium, where top musical acts such as U2 and One Direction have performed.
If you're in the mood for some shopping, take a quick drive to Arese and spend a day at one of Europe's largest malls, with more than 200 stores.
Authentic Italian cuisine
Try our hotel restaurant, Leonardo, where you can enjoy our signature breakfast buffet, then feast on delicious lunch and dinner favorites such as pasta, lamb chops, and veal Milanese. The hotel & Lobby Bar provides an elegant setting for after-dinner drinks or socializing with business colleagues.
In between meetings, appointments or sightseeing, you can take some time to unwind in the pool or sauna at our Health & Fitness Club. Additionally, we offer 13 professional meeting spaces, including a ballroom capable of hosting 240 guests.
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Explore the cultural allure of Milan with these top highlights:
Sempione Park is a 47-hectare large park near the Sforzesco Castle, just outside the historic center of Milan. There are a number of noteworthy buildings and monuments in the park such as a large triumphal arch and a more than 100 meter tall tower. The park is nicely laid out in a landscape style with winding paths, open grassy areas, tall trees and a picturesque bridge across a central pond. It is especially popular during spring and summertime when many events are held in the Sempione Park. Experience the park's surrounding area with Walk Alternative Art Milan, a walking tour that will show you city secrets like the Bosco Verticale towers and Porta Garibaldi, the city gate of Milan.
The Arch of Peace is a triumphal arch, initially built in the early 19th century as part of the 'Foro Bonaparte' - a modern version of a Roman Forum - to celebrate Napoleon's victories. The Arch of Peace stands at the center of a pedestrianized plaza, at the edge of the Sempione Park.
Navigli is one of the most romantic neighborhoods in Milan. Situated southwest of the city's historic center, the neighborhood is named for the navigli canals that were once ubiquitous in this former port area. The most interesting of the few remaining canals is the Naviglio Grande. Here you'll find iron pedestrian bridges, a small church, the Santa Maria delle Grazie al Naviglio, and the picturesque Vicolo dei Lavandai.
The mostly pedestrian-friendly streets along the canal were once tow-paths, from which horses and oxen towed the barges. The Naviglio Grande is best visited during summer months when you'll often see cruise boats on the canal. It's especially worth a visit every last Sunday of the month, when the ripa di Porta Ticinese, on the south side of the Naviglio Grande, is the site of an antique market.
The Brera district is one of the most evocative in Milan, once populated mainly by artists and bohemians. Brera has only in part survived modern reconstruction, so its original character has changed but this is not to the detriment of its shopping itinerary, which is full of surprises. The narrow streets around the Brera Academy and the Corriere della Sera headquarters have several interesting boutiques of ladies' apparel, curiosity shops, bric-à-brac and, particularly in these last few years, antique shops. When in the area, make sure to visit Pinacoteca di Brera, the main public gallery for paintings in Milan.
The Cimitero Monumentale is more than just a cemetery. The sheer number of sculptures and monuments that were built for the tombs of Milan's rich and famous has turned the cemetery into a quite impressive open-air museum. A wide central lane lined with trees leads from the Famedio (hall of fame) along the Ossario (ossuary) to the Crematorio (crematory) at the other end. To the left and right are monumental tombs, often designed by famous sculptors and architects. The names on the tombs read like a "who's who" of Milan and include illustrious names such as Pirelli, Campari and Toscanini.
Ask our staff at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Milan for more tips and recommendations when you are visiting the city.
How to get to the Radisson Blu Hotel Milan
The Radisson Blu Hotel in Milan is located in Villapizzone and is easily accessible by car, train and public transports. Popular business venues such as the Milan Congress Center (MiCo) and the Rho-Pero exhibition center are just 3 and 5 kilometers from the hotel.
From Malpensa airport
Take the train XP1 from Malpensa Aeroporto T2 stop to Milano Bovisa stop, 1.3km from the hotel. Travel time is one hour.
Otherwise, take the Malpensa Express train straight to Milan Central Station. Get off at Milan Porta Garibaldi, then take the S5 train to Varese or the S6 train to Novara. Get off at Villapizzone station (second stop). The hotel is a 5-minute walk from the station.By taxi/car:
The ride takes 30min (40km).
From Linate airport
Take bus 73 directed to San Babila M1. Get off at Viale Corsica/Viale CamMalpensa airportpania (eighth stop). At the crossing in front of you, turn left in Viale Mugello and walk for 300 meters to Porta Vittoria Station. Take the S5 train to Varese or the S6 train to Novara. Get off at Villapizzone station (sixth stop). The hotel is a 5-minute walk from the station.By taxi/car:
The ride takes about 30min.
From Milan Central Station
From Milan Central Station take the underground line M3 yellow line toward San Donato. Get off at Repubblica (first stop), then take the S5 train to Varese or the S6 train to Novara. Get off at Villapizzone station (third stop). The hotel is a 5-minute walk from the station.By taxi:
The ride takes about 15min.
From Milan Porta Garibaldi Station
From Milan Porta Garibaldi Station, take the S5 train to Varese or the S6 train to Novara. Get off at Villapizzone station (second stop). The hotel is a 5-minute walk from the station.