The second SECLI-FIRM stakeholder workshop will take place on 17 January 2019 at the Hotel Palazzo delle Stelline in Milan, Italy.
About the venue
The 3-star Palazzo delle Stelline hotel and conference centre is located in the centre of Milan, yet sheltered from city chaos. It is across from the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, not far from the Duomo of Milan, the Basilica di Sant’Ambrogio and near Castel Sforzesco. Created from a 15th century monastery, it has maintained its cloister and the beautiful arches.
Palazzo delle Stelline, Corso Magenta, 61 – 20123 Milan
Tel. +39 02.4818431 – Fax. +39 02.48519097 / 02.48194281 email@example.com
How to get there
Full directions for travel by road, train and air can be found here.
Arriving at the Central Station of Milan, or at the station Porta Garibaldi, take the Metropolitana MM2 in the direction of Abbiategrasso and exit to the stop for Cadorna Triennale, turn into piazza Cadorna, turn into via Carducci and continue to the first traffic light, crossing corso Magenta, Hotel Palazzo delle Stelline awaits you at number 61.
From Linate airport: take bus 73 departing from the piazza of the airport and exit at the end of the line, in piazza San Babila; take the Metropolitana MM1 in the direction of Fiera/Rho, exit to the stop for Cadorna Triennale, turn into piazza Cadorna, turn into via Carducci and continue to the first traffic light, crossing corso Magenta, Hotel Palazzo delle Stelline awaits you at number 61.
From Malpensa airport: take the shuttle train ‘Malpensa Express’ and reach the head of the line at Milano Cadorna, turn into piazza Cadorna, turn into via Carducci and continue to the first traffic light, crossing corso Magenta, Hotel Palazzo delle Stelline awaits you at number 61.
General transport information
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General airport transfer information
Malpensa airport transport including taxis
Milan is a city in northern Italy, capital of Lombardy, and the second-most populous city in Italy after Rome. The city is famous for its wealth of historical and modern sights, including:
The Duomo, one of the largest and grandest Gothic cathedrals in the world;
The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, an ancient and glamorous arcaded shopping gallery;
The Brera art gallery, with some of the finest artistic works in Europe;
La Scala, one of the best established opera houses in the globe;
The Pirelli tower, a majestic example of 1960s modernist Italian architecture;
The San Siro, a huge and famed stadium;
The Castello Sforzesco, a grand medieval castle;
The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Santa Maria delle Grazie Basilica, containing one of the world’s most famous paintings: Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper.