All you need to know about Monza

Monza is the capital of the Province of Monza and Brianza. The city is located just a 20-minute journey from Milan city centre making it both a commuter route as well as a thriving business hub. Monza serviced apartments provide great locations for business travellers and commuters within the city and offer more flexibility, privacy, and space than alternative accommodation options. Monza is home to over 123,000 residents and is known for its Grand Prix motor racing circuit which hosts the F1 Grand Prix.

Dating back to the Bronze Age, the area of Monza has always been a sought-after location for settlers and inhabitants. During the Middle Ages, the area began to develop when the Berengar I of Italy chose the area as his headquarters, by the 12th century the city had approximately 7,000 residents. Monza’s close links to Milan meant they relied on each other, with common enemies and common interests. Monza’s location meant that over the decades and centuries it became the place of many invasions, battles, and conquests, right up until the late 1800s. At the beginning of the 20th century, the city had a population of 41,200 and was very industrialised. The production of cotton, hats, and mechanics drove the economy forward. The latter half of the 1900s brought rejuvenation to the city with many developments and an increase in population.

By the 21st century, the city was home to 120,000 people. Monza’s economic base is now a driving force behind the Italian economy. The area continues to flourish with the employment of highly skilled workers in the engineering industries that power Monza. The city is also the administrative capital of Monza and Brianza. Serviced apartments in Monza situate guests close to the centre of Monza and within close proximity to the engineering businesses and the many attractions, restaurants, and amenities that make Monza stand out as a prime business travel destination.

Monza serviced apartments are close to Monza’s most popular attractions and landmarks. The city’s rich history has led to some of the grandest and most stunning historic landmarks in the area. Monza Cathedral, Arengario Town Hall, and Monza Chapel are all perfect for an inspiring visit to the city. Of course, a visit to Monza wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Monza Racing Circuit, renowned for hosting the F1 Grand Prix. The circuit is located in Monza Park, which in itself is a landmark and attraction; it is the largest walled park in Europe.

Monza railway station runs regular connections to Milan as well as Lecco, Como and Bergamo. The nearest airport to the city is the Orio al Serio International Airport located 47 kilometres east of Monza. Serviced apartments in Monza can be found close to transport links making the accommodation within easy reach.

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