Bovisa – Certosa area hotel

Bovisa – Certosa area hotel

Bovisa – Certosa area hotel

This highly recommended hotel has everything you could need to get the most out of your time in the amazing city of Milan in a comfortable and relaxing setting. The hotel’s friendly and dedicated staff strive to ensure that each guest has as enjoyable and convenient a stay as possible offering many of their fantastic facilities and services as complimentary. Enjoy a delicious breakfast every morning courtesy of the hotel and get your day off to a great start. Guests can also take advantage of free and unlimited access to the internet during their stay. On top of all this guests will be treated to well kept, quality rooms that provide a relaxing and restorative nights sleep after busy days exploring this charming and vibrant city.

The hotel is conveniently located within close proximity to the historic city centre so guests can discover the various incredible sights, attractions and experience of Milan with ease and convenience. Close by to the hotel itself are some of the city’s best parks, offering a peaceful and relaxing spot to enjoy the glorious Italian sunshine and get away from the busy city streets. Visit the Parco Sempione a vast and picturesque park where you can enjoy the beautiful and well kept flora and quaint pond that you cross on a charming little bridge, the park is the idea spot for photo opportunities and relaxing in the open natural space. The park even hosts many exciting cultural and musical events in the spring and summer months. The Sempione park is also home to some of the city’s best landmarks including the Arch of Peace or as it is known locally the Arco Della Pace. A monument that was originally erected to celebrate Napoleon’s victories but today is the symbol of a unified and peaceful Italy.

The Sempione Park offers a great day out for all ages and tastes being home to many great attractions including the Acquario Civico, Milan’s fascinating aquarium which is set in the only building that remains from Milan’s 1906 World expo. Learn all about the creatures of the sea on the inside being home to a wide variety of under-water specimens from around the world, while the exterior of the building is a sight to behold in itself with its colourful tiles and beautiful statues and sculptures depicting Neptune, the God of the sea, surrounded by his sea animals.