How to get here
The residences and suites at SuiteMilano are located at 1, Baracchini Street at the corner of Diaz Square where you can find the suite: deluxe room, deluxe apartment and superior apartment.
At 11, Paolo da Cannobio Street instead you will find the suite: double room, large room, deluxe cathedral rooms and superior room.
Access to the center of Milan by auto is not easy due to traffic which is subject to restrictions and controls. Drivers wishing to reach the center by auto are required to pay the (Area C Tax) (Monday – Friday), with free access on Saturdays and Sundays.
We can reserve for a chauffeur to pick you up from the airport and accompany you directly to your selected residence. The price is approximately €110. Payment is made directly to the driver.
From the Central Station, take Line 3 (yellow line). It’s the fastest way to reach us. Get off at the Duomo stop, which is 200 meters from our residences
There are several options:
- Train. Take the Malpensa Express from the airport to the Central Station or to Cadorna Station. The ticket price is 11 €
- Bus. Several transport companies serve the Malpensa-Milan Central Station.
The cost is around 5 €
- Taxi. You should expect to pay around 100 euro to get from Malpensa to 1, Baracchini Street or 11, Paolo da Cannobio Street
- Private Driver. We can reserve for a chauffeur to pick you up from the airport and accompany you directly to your selected residence. The price is approximately €110. Payment is made directly to the driver.
The Linate Airport is just 15 minutes away from center of the city. You can take a taxi (the cost is about 20! ) or go to San Babila Square (bus 73) and from there, take the metro 1 (red line) and travel one stop to Duomo Square.
From Bergamo-Orio al Serio Airport
What does your apartment or suite offer?
Our lodgings are equipped by all comforts. They are used as an alternative to a classical stay at a hotel for those who prefer to have more privacy and ample space. Furthermore it’s possible to work and entertain guests. An ideal solution for tourists and business people.
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Milan has always proven to be a strong economic force in the areas of finance, business affairs as well as fashion and design. Over time, the city has rienforced it’s undisputed reign as the economic capital of Italy.
Milan can be visited by walking or by public transport which offers frequent service throughout the day. Start from the picturesque neighborhood of Navigli, or from the old streets of Porta Ticinese and Porta Romana, or through the narrow streets of Brera. Take a walk along the elegant surrounding streets near Duomo Square – the heart of the city and it’s famous Cathedral. There are the Columns of San Lorenzo, the Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio, the Basilica of San Vittore al Corpo, the Cathedral, the Castle, abbeys and museums.
The city is the birthplace of famous people over the centuries: Saint Ambrose, Leonardo da Vinci, Giuseppe Parini and Alessandro Manzoni to name a few.
- Leonardo’s “Last Supper”. One of the most famous masterpieces in the world, painted by Leonardo da Vinci on a wall of the refectory of the Dominican convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Visitors are allowed in groups of 25, every 15 minutes.
- The Pinacoteca di Brera located in the Brera district, is among the most famous museums in Europe, with rich collections of Italian paintings from the fourteenth to the twentieth century. It is also home to the Academy of Fine Arts.
- The Castello Sforzesco houses the museums of: Ancient Art, Art Gallery, Egyptian, Prehistoric and Protohistoric, Decorative Arts, Musical Instruments and “Achille Bertarelli” prints.
- The Theater alla Scala
- The Columns of San Lorenzo
- The Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio
- Triennale Design Museum – A collection of the history of Italian design
- Gallery of Modern Art – Displays works from the Neoclassical and Romantic eras, to the Scapigliatura and Realism.
- Museum of the 1900’s – It covers an area of over 86,000 square feet, of which more than 43,000 square feet is reserved for exhibitions. One section is dedicated to the International Avantgarde with paintings by Picasso, Braque, Modigliani and Kandinsky.
- Pinacoteca Ambrosiana – It is the oldest museum in Milan opened in 1618, with a donation from Cardinal Federico Borromeo who himself received a wealth of donations.