With the Metro you can also quickly reach important destinations such as the Central Station, the shuttle bus terminal for theairports of Malpensa, Linate and Orio al Serio and the new Fiera di Milano Rho/Pero quarter.
Facing the Palalido and in the area of Mazda Palace (ex Pala Vobis), the hotel satisfies the needs of those who travel to Milan to attend sporting events and concerts planned at theSan Siro Stadium.
Milan is a vivacious city, rich with life. Strolling along ViaMontenapoleone, the best boutiques present the latest in international style, while the Galleria Vittorio Emanuelesatisfies the desires of those in search of a good cafe or an elegantrestaurant.
From the gallery you will arrive at Piazza della Scala and the Teatro alla Scala, one of the temples of the opera world, a prestigious stage that has hosted the talent of artists such as Luciano Pavarotti and Maria Callas.
Those who love contemporary art can go to the Triennale to find the most representative works of the period, the permanent collections of masters such as De Chirico and Vedova and theexhibitions by artists of the newer generations. The Pinacoteca Brera, meanwhile, conserves the paintings of Raphael, Mantegna,Modigliani and many others; a truly unique opportunity to admire real masterpieces.
If you are in search of diversion and fun, Milan captivates its visitors in the fashionablenightclubs on Corso Como, a destination for soccer players and entertainment VIPs, or in the lively evenings at Navigli, among jazz music and local history; and we must not forget theBrera quarter, tight streets, ancient palaces and intimate atmospheres right in the heart of the city.
At the Dominican sanctuary of Santa Maria delle Grazie you can see the Cenacolo, the fresco of the "Last Supper", the masterpiece by Leonardo Da Vinci, the genius to whom the Museum of Science and Technology is dedicated, built on land planted with vineyards by Leonardo; an absolute must-see is the aeronautical pavilion and the radio telecommunications exhibit, credited to Guglielmo Marconi.
Via R. Galli 8 - Piazzale Lotto, 20148 Milano
Phone: 39 02 33000420
Fax: 39 02 39211429
Home page: www.lidohotelmilano.com
GPS coordinates: 45.4813917/9.14410939999993
Arriving at the Central Station, you can reach Hotel Lido by taking the green line of the Metro directly to Abbiategrasso. Once you reach the Cadorna/Triennale stop, take the red line directly to Rho/Fiera and get off at Lotto-Fiera, just 100 meters from the hotel.
From Malpensa Airport, you can reach the hotel using the Malpensa Express, departing every 30 minutes, to Cadorna; then take the red line directly to Rho/Fiera and get off at Lotto-Fiera, just 100 meters from the hotel.
Or, take the Malpensa shuttle bus and get off at the Fieramilanocity stop, which is only 300 meters from Hotel Lido.
From Linate Airport take the bus to Cadorna and continue with the Metro as described above.
Coming from the highway, take the Tangenziale Ovest (western bypass), and exit at Milano in the direction of San Siro/Fiera/via Novara; continue on Viale Scarampo for 400 m and turn left on Viale Paolo Onorato Vigliani; take the Piazzale Lotto roundabout, taking the second exit on Viale Migliara, and after 100 m turn right to enter Via Galli where you will find Hotel Lido.