Milano | Italy
Exhibition Center Information:
Location: The Fiera Milano exhibition centre is situated at a location which connects it to all major roads and railways in the city of Milan. The centre is located at a distance of around 15 Km from the city centre. One can take bus number 73 from the airport to reach Piazza San Babila, which is near the Metro Red Line 1 station. One can then catch the train to Fiera and Rho Fiera direction. The center is located at a distance of 10 Km from the Linate Airport.
The Fiera Milano exhibition centre offers a total of eight pavilions. The six pavilions are located on the same level. The remaining two are fairly large pavilions which can be joined together to create even bigger space. The center has around 80 conference halls which can hold several conventions or conferences simultaneously. Apart from this there are many restaurants, bars and coffeehouses located in the centre itself. The centre also offers its own catering and publishing services.
Nearby Tourist Attraction:
Fiera Milano is located in the city of Milan in Italy. The city is studded with some of the most amazing architecture. Milan is a city of art and culture. The city is bestowed with museums, palaces and churches, that attract visitors from all over the world. The most popular landmark near the exhibition centre is Duomo. Duomo is one of the largest churches of the world. The museum is located near the Piazza del Duomo. The city of Milan is famous for its artists and musicians. The Theatre Museum located at La Scala has artifacts of Italy's most famous composers and musicians. The other major attractions include a four story shopping gallery known as Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and Sforzesco castle, which was built in 15th century. The castle houses three museums.The museums preserve the works of great artists like - Mantegna, Michelangelo, Antonello da Messina, Bellini and Leonardo da Vinci.
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