Hotel Subway 4 Milan (Blue)

The Hotel Delizia is located in Milan, in a quiet area near Corso XXII Marzo, and a few steps from the Dateo station, stop of the new metro line 4 (Blue) recently built.

Exactly because from November 26, 2022, the Linate Airport – Dateo metro line is active in both directions.

The service provided by this underground line is not only a revolution in urban mobility, but also allows all users to enjoy parks, cycle paths along the surface of the M4 route as well as easily reach many of the most important ones. points of interest in the city.

With the M4 metro line, Hotel Delizia is easily connected to Linate Airport which, with a few minutes’ journey (only 5 stops), reaches the Dateo station, just 200 meters from our hotel.

Milan is one of the European cities with the largest extension of metro lines which, thanks to their branching, allow you to reach not only the city center but also to exit to cover part of the hinterland (the so-called metropolitan area).

The convenience with which you can use the subway from the Hotel Delizia makes our hotel convenient for both those traveling to Milan for business or pleasure.

Subway 4 Milan (Blue)

At the end of the construction of the Milan metro line 4 (Blue), it will represent an important development for the city and its users for the mobility of people who need to reach the center from the right and left ends of the Lombard capital.

The two strategic terminus will be Linate Airport to the east, certainly the closest and most convenient airport to reach the city center and San Cristoforo to the west, a practical interchange with the regional railway lines.

The route will “touch” San Babila, a historic meeting place for the new generations of young Milanese, a strategic point from which they can be reached on foot: the Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele I, as well as via Montenapoleone and the fashion district. Sant’Ambrogio will also be at Metro 4 stop, where there is one of the oldest churches in Milan as well as the patron saint of the city, a fundamental point of Milanese history and of the Ambrosian Church.
Both stations will also interchange the first with line 1 (Red) and the second with line 2 (Green), allowing travelers the ability to move easily in all city directions.