Monza Hotels

Search for Hotels in Monza

Monza Hotels

How to Find the Best Monza Hotels with Venere

Monza is a city on the River Lambro in the Lombardy region of northern Italy. Monza is most famously known for its Grand Prix motor racing circuit, the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, which often leads it to host the Formula One Italian Grand Prix. Aside from the appeal of motor sports, Monza also offers plenty of scenic and historic attractions, and much of its neo-Gothic architecture has been recently restored and gives a glimpse into how the city would have looked in its original form. Monza is a destination that will appeal to many. Finding and booking your ideal hotel in Monza can be a long process, but with the help of Venere, you can rest assured that you will find the perfect hotel with the aid of thousands of user-submitted reviews, photo galleries, and our handy Google maps applet.

What's Monza Like?

Like much of northern Italy, Monza is brimming with style and character. Whether you have come to enjoy motor sports or would rather just experience the local culture, there is something for everyone. Duomo di Monza (Monza Cathedral) was built in the 13th century and its neo-Gothic architecture makes it one of the most inspiring sights in the city. The Autodromo Nazionale di Monza (National Autodrome) is where the iconic motor sports are held. For a relaxing afternoon wandering through the city, take a trip to the Parco di Monza (Monza Park) or Niso Fumagalli Rose Garden; both are ideal for a bike ride through picturesque scenery. Monza also has its fair share of nightlife, restaurants, and shopping opportunities, and offers as many big name brands as it does local boutiques.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Monza

Unlike the majority of Italy, which for a most part enjoys a Mediterranean climate, Monza enjoys a subtropical humid climate, which results in long, hot summers and mild winters. Typically summer temperatures have an average of 85° Fahrenheit, however sometimes it can reach as high as 105° Fahrenheit during mid July. Although Monza is not as popular with tourists as nearby Milan, many of the locals will speak English, just try not to expect it. The city has an extensive rail network, and if you are looking for a day trip out of the city, you can travel directly to Milan and Cadorna. Like most of Italy, Monza has a strong connection with cuisine, with some of the local specialties being Cassoeula (a kinda of meat dish eaten in winter), Buseca (a bean stew), and Risotto (a creamy rice dish). So book your hotel today with venere.com!