The Milan House Beatrice located in the Milan city centre and a few steps from the Central Station, offers you the opportunity of visiting the exciting Milan city during your stay at the Milan House Beatrice, as well as the most famous monuments in the town, among which the Santa Maria delle Grazie Church which houses the “Last Supper” by Leonardo’s, the historical centre which includes the most well-known fashion district following those of Paris and New York, the Castello Sforzesco a symbol of Milan town together with the Cathedral “Duomo”.
The Milan House Beatrice is also very near to Corso Buenos Aires, one of the longest streets in Europe, connects Porta Venezia to piazzale Loreto and it is one of the most important street in Milan almost entirely dedicated to shopping. It is the most important and commercial area in Milan, here you can find Timberland, Mandarina Duck, Benetton, Kookai and Nara Camicie, it is an hot spot well-known also for cafés, bars and many ethnic restaurants. Nearby the Milan House Beatrice, Brera district which is the old part most suggestive in Milan. Naturally, the neighbourhood’s central location and genuine charme have combined to turn this ex-craftsmen’s quarter into a hot spot for nightclubs, cafés, bars and people-watching.
The Milan House Beatrice is located only 30 meters from the subway lines M2 and M3, Central Station, which link directly to the Fiera Milano Rho and the adjacent EXPO 2015. In the period 2010-2015 will be created 70,000 jobs, in the 6 months of the Expo is estimated to reach 29 million tourists, a daily average of 160,000 visitors and 7,000 events will be organized, there will be also about 175 exhibiting countries. The area will be connected to the city and all the sights of Milan, starting from the dock and through the Basiliche park, the Garibaldi-Repubblica area, the Monumental Cemetery in Milan, the Sforzesco Castle and Sempione park, the Fieramilanocity area with the CityLife project and the San Siro area until arriving at the Expo 2015 site.