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Duomo Metro Station in Milan
Duomo is the commonly used name for Milano Cathedral, the name of the square in front of the cathedral (Piazza del Duomo) and also one of the busiest metro stations in Milan. Duomo Station is located right at Piazza del Duomo exactly in the geometric centre of Milan Inner City (Centro). Duomo is the interchange of metro lines M1 and M3. Duomo Metro Station is close to many other landmarks and tourist attractions in Milano city centre, such as La Scala Theatre (Teatro alla Scala) or Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Major streets near Duomo Station include Via Orefici, Via Giuseppe Mazzini, and Via Santa Margherita.
Hotels near Duomo Station in Milan
The historical centre of Milan (Centro Storico), like in most other Italian cities, is a pleasant place to stay and spend time, with mostly pedestrian streets, old buildings, churches, and fine restaurants and cafes. The area around Duomo Station is among the most popular hotel locations in Milan. There are many hotels close to Duomo Metro Station, in virtually all directions. Most hotels near Duomo have 4 stars, but you will also find several good 3 star hotels, luxury 5 star hotels, and even a few cheap 2 star hotels. Here you can see the hotels map of Milan Duomo surroundings:
Other good hotel locations near Milan Duomo Station
Other popular hotel locations in Milano city centre are the areas around big train and metro stations, such as Milano Centrale Train Station, Porta Garibaldi Station, or Milano Cadorna, which is the closest big train station to Duomo (3 metro stops on line M1).
Milan Duomo Station hotel booking
Many hotels in Milano city centre are often fully booked, sometimes long in advance. It is highly recommended to book accommodation well in advance, particularly when you are coming in a busy period, such as around public holidays or big events. Keep in mind that thanks to the numerous cultural, fashion, and sports attractions in the city, the “high” tourist season in Milan is not limited only to the summer months.