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Fiera Milano Rho takes its name from one of Italy's premier exhibition halls, but the district of western Milan offers much more than trade shows (although some of these are attractions in themselves). Find the ideal place to stay in Fiera Milano Rho with the wide selection available from's travel partners. We offer all kinds of accommodation for every kind of traveler. From the most luxurious places to sleep, to business friendly hotels, the area has plenty to choose from. Every listing provides comprehensive information about hotel facilities, including a location map and photographs of sample rooms. You can also check out accurate reviews by actual visitors to get a feel for a hotel before you book. When you do book hotels in Fiera Milano Rho, Milan, you can be sure of discounts from our partners if you book early.

What's Fiera Milano Rho Like?

Located in the north western suburb of Rho, Fiera Milano is the city's leading exposition center and regularly hosts international events such as Expo 2015. Every year, the center stages fantastic events which showcase Italian crafts and style. From the Motorcycle Exhibition to the Milan Furniture and Craft Fair, visitors can see the very best in contemporary Italian industry. Other local attractions include the San Siro Stadium - home to soccer teams AC Milan and Internazionale - as well as the gorgeous Parco di Trenno, a favorite recreation spot for the locals. Hotels in Fiera Milano Rho, Milan also offer great links to the city center via the Metro. You can be at world famous sights like Leonardo's Last Supper the opera house at La Scala or the imposing Castle of the Sforzas and get back to your hotel for dinner.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Milan

Milan is a thriving creative center, but that doesn't mean that its people are pretentious and unfriendly. Far from it, in fact. Even if you don not speak Italian, the locals will try their hardest to help you settle in, although we do recommend learning a few phrases if you can. Shop like a local by heading over to the Piazza San Babila to explore the world's finest fashion boutiques and luxury food stores. Celebrate Christmas like a local as well, by visiting the Piazza Sant'Ambrogio for its famous festival in early December. There is no better opportunity to stock up on festive gifts. Whenever you travel, fit in immediately when you book with travel experts, the travel experts.

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