Busto Arsizio

Italian municipality with about 80 thousand inhabitants, Busto Arsizio, in the province of Varese, is a destination known in Lombardy for the presence of numerous textile industries that make the city the ideal pole for “made in Italy” shopping lovers. The city has medieval origins, the presence of settlements in the city territory is in fact witnessed as early as the fifth century where the main livelihood activity was the production and packaging of leather and leather. Today the main textile collections of the city are kept in the Textile Museum, a historic building in the historic center where it is possible to appreciate objects, machinery and historical documents relating to the development of the textile sector in the Busto Arsizio area. Then visit the Sanctuary of Santa Maria di Piazza and the magnificent statue of the Madonna dell'Aiuto.

How to reach Busto Arsizio

The city of Busto Arsizio is well connected with the main towns of the province and can be easily reached by car from the capital of Varese and Milan. From Milan, to reach the town of Busto by car, take the A8 motorway (Milan-Varese), exit at Busto Arsizio.

By bus

The city of Busto Arsizio is well connected with the main neighboring towns thanks to a dense network of extra-urban buses. Direct daily connections to Milan. From Milan, in fact, beyond the numerous departures from the stations Centrale, Garibaldi, Cadorna and Bovisa there is also the possibility to arrive directly in the city through the stations of the railway bypass (Milan urban section) Certosa, Villapizzone, Lancetti, Porta Garibaldi underground , Repubblica, Porta Venezia, Dateo and Porta Vittoria.

On the train

The city of Busto Arsizio has two railway stations, which are served by the Trenord and Trenitalia companies. From Milan, the stations of Busto Arsizio and Busto Arsizio Nord can be reached by trains coming from Milan Central, Milan Porta Garibaldi and Milan Cadorna. From Varese, the stations of Busto Arsizio and Busto Arsizio Nord can be reached by train from the stations of Varese and Varese Nord.

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