Radisson Blu Hotel, Milan lets Italy visitors travel with ease
Near two airports as well as a train station and several major motorways, the Radisson Blu provides convenient access to transportation as well as many business sites. Guests at this hotel can visit Milan, Italy’s most acclaimed sites, such as Santa Maria delle Grazie, home of da Vinci’s The Last Supper, with only a short drive or train ride.
If you're arriving at Malpensa Airport, you can reach the Radisson Blu Hotel via a 40-minute taxi ride; guests flying into Linate Airport are only 25 minutes away. The hotel is also two stops from the city centre leaving from Villapizzone Station. The Radisson Blu is five minutes from the motorway and only 50 metres from the stop for Tram No. 12 and n°1, Tram N°19 and Bus n°57 to reach the city centre. No eco-pass fee is required.
Exit the motorway at Via Stephenson/Sacco. After 300 metres turn left. Turn right at the traffic light and drive for one kilometre. At Villapizzone Street the hotel will be on the right.
From Tangenziale Ovest, exit the motorway at Via Stephenson/Sacco. After 300 metres turn left. Turn right at the traffic light and drive for one kilometre. At Villapizzone Street the hotel will be on the right.
From Central Station take the underground line towards Repubblica and then change and take the S5 line toward Varese. After three stops, you will reach Villapizzone Station. The hotel is only a five-minute walk from this point. A taxi from Central Station will take 15 minutes to arrive at the hotel.
From Malpensa Airport
It is a 40-minute taxi ride or a 30-minute Malpensa Express ride to Cadorna Station. Visitors can reach the hotel from Cadorna in less than 10 minutes.
From Linate Airport
Take Bus 78 to S. Babila Square then the underground Red Line to Sesto/Rho for two stops. Get off at Porta Venezia and take the S5 line toward Varese for four stops. Get off at Villapizzone Station. The hotel is a five-minute walk from Villapizzone Station.
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