Next to Malpensa...
Located in the south eastern side of Varese province, "HOTEL ROMA" is easily reachable thanks to a thick net of highways and thanks to its proximity to Malpensa 2000 Airport. Varese, the province chief town and real living garden of the Pre-Alps, is some 20 kilometres away from the Hotel. Surrounded by green hills and by the beauty of the famous mount Campo Dei Fiori, the house of the Astronomic Observatory, Varese is one of the most important residential and tourist centres in northern Italy. A funicular service takes visitors to Sacro Monte and its medieval citadel.
Some 30 kilometres eastwards from Roma Hotel is the town of Como and its picturesque lake. Como is the traditional centre of silk industry and woven products. It is also important for tourism and represents the core point for commercial and cultural exchanges with Switzerland. Como's ancient flavour is to be found in its ancient Roman past, the medieval culture and the great remains of the old times.
Lake Maggiore with its well-known climate resorts facing Borromee islands and Verbano bay can become an incomparable experience for tourists: Stresa, Verbania, Arona, Angera, Sesto Calende are really worth a visit. Milano, the chief town in the region of Lombardy, is not far. Milano, the very core of the financial and economic activity of the nation, is today the point of reference for politics and culture. Its museums and monuments, are envied all over the world and the city offers a first quality and hearty hospitality to tourists coming from all over the world: hotels, theatres, live shows, fairs, cinemas and fashion. Therefore why not spend a whole afternoon shopping in Milano?
Some other beautiful resorts are not to be forgotten: the lake of Monate, the lake of Comabbio, the lake of Lugano, the archaeological ruins of Castelseprio and Golasecca and finally the protected world wildlife fund area of the "boza" in Cassano Magnago. s of Castelseprio and Golasecca and finally the protected world wildlife fund area of the "boza" in Cassano Magnago.