HOTEL DE LA VILLE
The only Deluxe Hotel in Monza, dating back to the early XIX century. Located in the central area of the city, overlooking the Royal Palace and its park, this aristocratic environment will make you feel like e royal visitor. Each room is individually decorated with precious fabrics and one of a kind antique pieces, but still offering the latest technological comforts.
DIVE COCKTAIL HOUSE
Born as a meeting point for travelers, the Dive cocktail house offers an always evolving selections of wines and spirits, made with the best raw materials. The ambiance is inspired to old english clubs, where you can try your new favorite whisky comfortably sitting on a chesterfield sofa.
In the heart of Monza town centre you will find the Wibe, considered one of the best bars in Brianza area. An ultra MODERN ENVIRONMENT where the creativity of the best bar tenders in town meets an eclectic mix of food and wines proposals.
MONZA ENI CIRCUIT
Built in the 20s as a location where carmakers could try out and test their new models, the circuit IS ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS TOURISTIC ATTRACTION IN TOWN. Located inside Parco nazionale, the Eni Circuit hosts a number of major competitions, including Formula 1 Grand Prix and Monza Rally Show.
You simply cannot miss this natural beauty when visiting the town. Monza Park is the largest walled park in Europe with a 688 hectares extension. Commissioned by Napoleon's stepson, the park later became part of Savoy family summer house, Villa Reale. A relaxing place where you can enjoy beautiful woods and relax in good company.
A RIDE ON THE SPEED RING
One of the circuit’s cult place, the speed ring is the section where cars and motorbikes reach the highest speed levels due to the curve’s inclination. This section of the track is perfect for those who love biking and skating!.
WALKING IN MONZA CENTRAL STREET
Don’t forget that Monza is one of most antique and historic Italian cities, capital of the Lombard reign in the early medieval era. Teodolinda’s chapel, located inside the Duomo, hosts the precious Iron Crown. Legends say that the ring inside the Crown is one of the nails of the holy cross of Christ. Kings and emperors of the past, including Charlemagne and Napoleon, were crowned with it.