With nearly 37,000 residents, Saronno is one of the larger cities found in Lombardia's Varese Province, and home to the world famous di Saronno Almond liqueur. There is fast rail service to and from Milan, with the Malapensa airport that serves much of Northern Italy also on this line. There are many famous and remarkable day trips to be had from here, such as the massive Lake Como. Locals and visitors alike will find everything they need and a bit more at the weekly Saturday Market that dates back hundreds of years. Though no longer in the middle of town there are still hotels in Saronno's northwest where the stalls were relocated to in recent years. For travelers on a budget in Saronno, cheap hotels are often found in the more modern parts of town.
In fact, one is more likely to find Saronno hotels near the historic city center. The sixteenth century Casa Morandi once functioned as inexpensive lodgings for pilgrims, though the site has ancient origins, the Nevera Hall, for instance, was once used to keep imported ice through the summer months. The 15th century Santuari e chiese di Saronno is one of the more impressive churches and religious buildings, with both a clock and bell tower, as well as a large facade that features statuary and other works of Renaissance artists. Of the several churches in town, most have some sort of artwork in the form of carved wooden alters or masterful frescos. Especially during the high tourist season, it's often a good idea to check with an online booking service, such as EasyToBook.com, when seeking discount hotels. Saronno caters to all tastes and budgets, but centrally located accommodations can be difficult to come by, sometimes.
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