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Situated in the immediate vicinity of Monza, Cosmo Hotel Torri guarantees easy access to the main attractions in Brianza’s main town, such as the Monza Circuit (Autodromo Nazionale), the Arena di Monza, AC Monza’s Stadio Brianteo, the Park of the Royal Villa (Villa Reale), and the splendid historic centre.

Due to its proximity to the main motorways in the area (Autostrada A4 Milan-Venice motorway, Autostrada A51, and Autostrada A52), Cosmo Hotel Torri is easily accessible and well connected to the city of Milan and all its resources, such as Rho Fiera, Fiera Milano City, multiple railway stations, and the Linate, Malpensa, and Orio al Serio airports.

Cosmo Hotel Torri is located within the prestigious Torri Bianche multifunctional centre in Vimercate. Guests can easily walk to the Torri Bianche Shopping & Cinema Centre (30 shops, supermarkets, bars, restaurants, and a multiplex cinema with 16 theatres, including a Home Theatre, as well as 3000 covered parking spaces).

Within the Torri Bianche District, the following shops and services are also available: bookshop, banks and ATMs, medical centre, newsagent, tobacconist, hairdresser, over the counter pharmacy, laundrette, and electronics store.

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Tel +39 039 69961
Email info@cosmohoteltorri.it

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Cosmo Hotel Torri

Via Torri Bianche, 4, 20871 Vimercate (MB), Italy

Royal Palace of Monza

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Monza Park

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Monza Circuit

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Monza Cathedral and the Iron Crown

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Arengario

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Amusement parks

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Milan Cathedral

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

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Castello Sforzesco (Sforzesco Castle)

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Pinacoteca di Brera (Brera Art Gallery)

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Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper

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Corso Vittorio Emanuele II

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Como and Lake Como

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Villa Carlotta

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Royal Palace of Monza

With its spectacular fa├žade bearing witness to the Renaissance majesty of the Savoy family who chose it as their summer residence, the Royal Palace of Monza (Reggia di Monza) offers visitors a unique experience of history, art, and nature just a stone's throw from Milan.

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Monza Park

Surrounded by a wall of over 14 kilometres, Monza Park is the largest enclosed park in Europe. The green space covers 700 hectares and is located north of the city.

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Monza Circuit

Just eight kilometres from Cosmo Hotel Palace, the historic Monza Circuit (Autodromo Nazionale di Monza) hosts the Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix and offers a packed calendar of motoring and other events during the sporting season that stretches from March to November.

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Monza Cathedral and the Iron Crown

The Duomo of Monza, located in the historic centre and officially named the Basilica minore di San Giovanni Battista, is one of the symbols of the city of Monza due to the numerous artefacts of inestimable historical, cultural, and artistic value that it holds, notable among which is the Iron Crown (Corona Ferrea).

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Arengario

When in Monza, one cannot fail to visit the ancient Town Hall (Palazzo Comunale), known as the Arengario (from the Latin arengarius, meaning a place for gatherings) and visually recognisable by its wide arcade.

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Amusement parks

Located in the province of Bergamo just 25 minutes from the hotel, Leolandia is Italy's best-loved amusement park, the place where dreams come to life and the ideal destination for a day of family fun.

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Milan Cathedral

Founded in the 14th century and dedicated to Saint Mary Nascent, its majestic marble presence towers over the piazza of the same name.

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

This arcade connects Piazza del Duomo to Piazza della Scala. Built by Mengoni (1865-1878), its peculiarities are two glass-vaulted arcades intersecting in the centre to form an octagon.

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Castello Sforzesco (Sforzesco Castle)

Together with the Duomo, this is among the most representative buildings of the city - an extensive, majestic stronghold dating to the Renaissance.

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Pinacoteca di Brera (Brera Art Gallery)

At Via Brera, you will find the Brera Art Gallery, among the most important Italian picture galleries, with hundreds of masterpieces including Raphael's The Marriage of the Virgin and Piero della Francesca's so called Brera Madonna.

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Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper

Among the major Renaissance buildings of Milan, the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie boasts a dome by Bramante at his best.

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Corso Vittorio Emanuele II

A favorite destination for tourists, it is one of the most popular shopping streets as well as being one of the most important streets in the center of Milan.

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Como and Lake Como

Como is an international tourist destination of extraordinary scenic beauty.

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Villa Carlotta

A few kilometres past Villa del Balbianello, in the municipality of Tremezzina, is another of Lake Como's most famous villas and gardens, Villa Carlotta.

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