An Italian municipality with about 35 thousand inhabitants, Brugherio, in the province of Monza, is a city known for its vast quarries and green moors (hence the city's name). The city, which rises in the territory of the Po Valley, is an ideal place for relaxation in the company where it is possible to appreciate the numerous urban parks or visiting the ancient Roman quarries. Do not miss the tour of the city then a visit to the Church of San Bartolomeo, characterized by the imposing masonry bell tower, the Church of Sant'Ambrogio and the wonderful Villa Fiorita. The splendid sixteenth-century Sormani Andreani villa also deserves a view, preserving intact the glories of the past perfectly enriched inside the noble chapel.

How to reach Brugherio

The city of Brugherio is well connected with the main towns in the province and can be easily reached by car from the capital of Monza, which is just 7 km away.

By bus

The city of Brugherio is well connected with the main neighboring towns thanks to a dense network of extra-urban buses. Direct daily connections to Milan and Monza managed by the NET company ( Nordest Trasporti ). For up-to-date information on rides, routes and timetables, please consult the company website.

On the train

The city of Bollate has a railway station in the city which is easily accessible from the Milan stations (Metro green line, Cologno Nord stop) and Monza.