Where to find us

Hotel Garda

Where we are

We are one of the city centre’s 3-star hotels, from which you can easily reach Milan’s Repubblica station, Piazza della Repubblica and Corso Buenos Aires. Hotel Garda is 5 minutes from Central Station and the “Central” stop on the M2 (green) and M3 (yellow) underground lines. Trams 5 and 33 and bus number 60 to San Babila stop 200 metres from the hotel, providing easy access to the whole of Milan.

So whether you are in town for business or tourism, Hotel Garda is the ideal starting point from which you can easily reach the business, shopping and cultural centres in the city, whilst also taking advantage of the many traditional and ethnic restaurants, pizzerias and fast food outlets nearby.



Hotel Garda

The ideal location for experiencing Milan


Fieramilanocity. The centre, where the Fashion Fair and numerous congresses are held in the brand new FMC Center and PalaConvention, is 20 minutes away by metro (M2 green, change at Cadorna to M1 red, Amendola Fiera stop). Fieramilano. The futuristic new premises in Rho, inaugurated in March 2005, can be reached in about 45 minutes, again by the green M2 metro, change at Cadorna to the red M1, stop (terminus) Rho Fiera. Piazza degli Affari. The Palazzo della Borsa can be easily reached by metro M3 (yellow), get off at the Duomo, from where you can reach the square on foot in a few minutes.


Milan is the quintessential shopping city and on the yellow M3 metro you can get to the Duomo in 7/8 minutes. From here, the shopping routes wind their way through the arcaded Corso Vittorio Emanuele, which connects Piazza del Duomo to Piazza San Babila and houses mainly medium-priced clothing and accessory shops, Via Torino with its large franchises and, if you want exclusive shopping, get off at the Montenapoleone stop, where the famous “Quadrilatero della Moda” awaits you between Via Montenapoleone, Via Sant’Andrea, Via Spiga and Via Borgospesso with the boutiques and showrooms of the most famous Italian and foreign brands in the world.


The Duomo, the symbol of Milan with the Madonnina, can be reached in four stops on the yellow M3. On and around the square are some of the city’s most historically and artistically important landmarks. Including the Duomo, a splendid Gothic cathedral, the Palazzo Reale, an elegant 18th-century building that now hosts internationally renowned exhibitions and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the city’s living room, with its beautiful 19th-century iron and glass roof, housing elegant bars and restaurants and some of Milan’s historic bookshops. For the Teatro alla Scala, it is better to take the yellow M3 line, get off at Piazza Duomo, cross the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and exit on the other side at Piazza La Scala. For the Pinacoteca di Brera, it is better to go down to Lanza (Brera). For Sant’Ambrogio, continue on the same line and get off at the stop of the same name. For the Cenacolo di Leonardo and for lovers of contemporary art, the stop is “Cadorna”, where the Triennale complex with exhibition spaces and the Permanent Collection of Italian Design is located.