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Many international travellers head to Milan for its fashion, art and architecture, but not as many stop by in charming Monza. Yet this large town has a lot to offer. Discover the artistic wonders of Monza and Brianza with total peace of mind by trusting to find you the perfect room in Monza hotels. With a few clicks of the mouse visitors can choose the perfect hotel based on criteria they control: all hotels are pinpointed on interactive area maps and display galleries of recent, accurate room photos.

What's Monza Like?

Monza is situated in the plains of Brianza just outside Milan, in the North-western region of Lombardy. The main attraction of Monza is, of course, its Autodromo Nazionale: here the Formula One giants put on world-class races watched by millions around the world. Monza also features architectural and artistic delights: visitors are stunned by the beauty of the Duomo, a Gothic affair not unlike its grander cousin in Milan. Other sights not to be missed in this pretty Lombard town are the Villa Reale, the 13th century Arengario palace harking back to the days when Monza was a Commune, and the Renaissance Ponte dei Leoni: Lions' Bridge. After a day spent sightseeing, indulge in a Lombardy must: Aperitivo Hour. Wine spritzers are served with an array of small tapas dishes for groups and couples to share. Beware though: these can be very generous so save some room for a dinner of local dishes such as Risotto con la Luganega (sausage risotto) and Cazzuela, a cabbage and pork-heavy dish not for the faint-hearted.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Monza

People from Brianza are hard working, dependable and warm-hearted. They will welcome international visitors to Monza with friendly curiosity and make you feel at home, even if your Italian is not fluent. Make sure you master the basics, such as "Buongiorno" and "Buonasera" for Good morning and good evening, and Grazie: thanks. Those wishing to acquire some conversational Italian will be met with gratitude by locals: unlike the fashionable Milanese, English is not widely spoken in this town unless you are rubbing shoulders with Formula One elites at the Autodromo. Local food is also hearty and unpretentious, based on pork and root vegetables: it is comforting, farmhouse fare, although Brianza is also obviously influenced by the Michelin Star culture of its superstar neighbour Milan. Local tipples are good, too: try an Amaro Ramazzotti after dinner for an aromatic digestive nightcap. Then, head back with confidence with the superior hotel room booked for you by the hotel accommodation specialists.