corso Venezia, 47 – Milan
Palazzo Castiglioni, built by Giuseppe Sommaruga in the early 1900s, is a splendid example of Art Nouveau in Milan.
The Orlando Hall has a capacity of 490 seats. It is arranged in the stalls and is equipped with microphone system, podium, speakers table with 7 seats. It is made up of 3 modular sectors, including the central one with 200 seats, each equipped with a video projector and a large screen. The hall is equipped with a control room for film management and a simultaneous translation system. The foyer in front of the hall will host the office desks and the exhibition space for the sponsors.
HOW TO REACH THE PALACE
Palestro stop – Red line 2 (50 m on foot).
From Central Station:
– MM3 yellow line direction S.Donato – get off at Duomo stop – take MM1 red line towards Sesto F.S. – get off at the Palestro stop.
– MM2 green line towards Cologno Nord / Gessate- get off at Loreto stop- take MM1 red line towards Bisceglie / Rho Fiera- get off at Palestro stop.
From Cadorna Station:
– Bus 94 get off in via Senato at the corner of corso Venezia – continue along corso Venezia for about 200 meters.
– MM1 red line direction Sesto F.S. – get off at the Palestro stop.
From Porta Garibaldi Station:
– MM2 green line towards Cologno Nord / Gessate – get off at Loreto stop – take MM1 red line towards Bisceglie / Rho Fiera – get off at Palestro.
From Linate airport:
– bus 73 – get off at S. Babila (corso Europa) – take the MM1 red line towards Sesto F.S. – get off at the Palestro stop.
From Malpensa airport:
– Malpensa Express to Milan / Cadorna Station – take the MM1 red line towards Sesto F.S. – get off at the Palestro stop.