| Hotel in Milan near the Central Train Station among the hotels in Milan is near Fieramilanocity & MIC convention center
From Milan Airport - Linate or Bergamo - Orio al Serio
Take one of the shuttles for Central Station and then continue on foot: cross Piazza Duca D'Aosta on your left side, then cross via Vitruvio and go by Mc Donalds fast food restaurant; at this point turn left and take Via Napo Torriani.
From Milan Malpensa Airport
Take one of the shuttles for Central Station and then continue on foot: cross Piazza Duca D'Aosta on your left side, then cross via Vitruvio and go by Mc Donalds fast food restaurant; at this point turn left and take Via Napo Torriani. From here take the green metro line 2 towards Gessate - Cascina Gobba - Cologno and get off at Centrale FS stop and exit on Piazza Duca D'Aosta. cross Piazza Duca D'Aosta on your left side, then cross via Vitruvio and go by the McDonald's fast food restaurant; at this point turn left and take Via Napo Torriani.
From Central Station (behind you will be the main entrance/exit) cross Piazza Duca D’Aosta on the left side, then cross via Vitruvio and pass by the McDonald's; here turn left and take Via Napo Torriani.
Coming from Venice, from A4 take Tangenziale est (east ring road) take the "Palmanova" exit and continue towards Piazzale Loreto. Turn around the Square to take Corso Buenos Aires and continue until Piazza Lima. On your right take Via Vitruvio, at the third light turn on your left on Via Lepetit and at the traffic circle take the first right, Via Torriani, continue on for 100 meters and you will have arrived at Hotel Garda. Coming from Torino and from the A8 take exit "Viale Certosa" and continue towards Centro/Stazione Centrale.
At 5 minutes walking distance from Central Station and the "Central" of subways M2 (green) and M3 (yellow), Hotel Garda is very well served by public transport: the stops of tram 5 and 33 and bus 60 for San Babila are not even 200 meters from the hotel and can get you to all points in Milan. Whether you are in the city for business or leisure, Hotel Garda is a 3-star hotel in Milan and the ideal solution for accessing the city's business, shopping and cultural centers thanks to the privileged location it commands. Moreover, traditional and ethnic restaurants, pizzerias, and fast food outlets are also conveniently near.
Fieramilanocity. The central venue where the Fashion fair is held and the very new FMC Center and PalaConvention where many conventions take place is only a 20-minute metro ride (M2 green, change at Cadorna with M1 red, Amendola Fiera stop). Fieramilano. The new futuristic Rho site was inaugurated in March 2005, and can be reached in around 45 minutes, always with green metro M2, change at Cadorna with red M1, Rho Fiera stop (end of line). Piazza degli Affari. The Borsa (Exchange) palazzo can also be reached by the yellow metro M3, with a change in Duomo where one can reach the Square in a few minutes.
Milan is the ultimate shopping city and you can reach the Duomo with the yellow metro M3 in 7 or 8 minutes. The shopping itineraries unwind from here, among the colonnades of Corso Vittorio Emanuele that connects Piazza del Duomo to Piazza San Babila with clothing stores and accessories in the mid range, Via Torino with the big franchises, and for exclusive shopping get off at the Montenapoleone stop, you will be greeted by the famous Quadrilatero della Moda (Fashion Square) between Montenapoleone, Sant'Andrea, Spiga and Borgospesso streets, with the most famous Italian and foreign brands boutiques and show rooms.
The Duomo, the symbol of Milan along with the Madonnina, can be reached by four stops of the yellow M3. On the Square and also nearby can be found some of the most famous historic and art monuments of the city. The Duomo is a splendid gothic cathedral, Palazzo Reale, an elegant building dating from the 18th century that now houses exhibits of international relevance, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the drawing room of the city, with the beautiful 19th century wrought iron and glass cover, has elegant bars and restaurants and some of the historic bookstores of Milan. For the Teatro alla Scala it is best to take yellow M3, get off at Piazza Duomo, go through the Vittorio Emanuele Gallery and exit on the other side on Piazza La Scala. For the Pinacoteca di Brera (Art Gallery) it is best to get off at Lanza (Brera). For Sant'Ambrogio continue on the same line and stop at Sant'Ambrogio. For Leonardo's Last Supper and for lovers of contemporary art, make a stop at "Cadorna", where the Triennale complex is located, with exhibition halls and a Permanent Italian Design Collection.