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Pinacoteca di Brera

Established  by Maria Theresa of Austria in 1776, the “Pinacoteca di Brera” is a former art collection once dedicated to the training of “Brera Academy of Fine Arts” students. In 1805 Napoleon transformed it in a museum.

It is located in a large cultural complex beside the Braidense Library, the Astronomic Observatory, the Botanical Garden, the Lombardy Science and Literature Institute and the Brera Academy of Fine Arts.

Nowadays, it hosts one of the most important paintings collections in Italy, distributed in 11 halls. The most important exhibited painters are Andrea Mantegna, Caravaggio, Raffaello Sanzio, Giovanni Bellini, Donato Bramante, Correggio, Francesco Hayez, Umberto Boccioni and Amedeo Modigliani.


The Carlyle Brera Hotel has 97 rooms, decorated with furniture made of natural materials. Warm wooden floors and a modern 4 stars business hotel equipment guarantee a comfortable stay. Every room is provided with many services like free Wi-Fi, kettles with coffee and teas selection, air conditioning and Smart TV with satellite channels.

Special offers and free animals access are available in our hotel.Our guests can also choose the pillow that best meets their needs browsing the “pillow menu” , available in every room.

Discover more about every room just clicking on the pictures above.

Direct Telephone line
Mini-bar and Safe
Climate control
Bathroom with shower or bathtub
Courtesy line
Free WI-Fi service and Satellite Smart TV

A few steps from the Hotel Carlyle Brera, at the end of Corso Garibaldi and beyond Piazza XXV Aprile, you can reach one of the Milan's busiest nig...

The Duomo is located right in the center of Milan and it's a 20 minutes walk from Carlyle Brera Hotel.

Started in 1386 and not yet complet...

Carlyle Brera Hotel loves Pets!

Keep with you your little friend during your stay in Milan - in our hotel small pets are welcome!


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