On the pulse of northern Italy
Piazzale Carlo Maciachini, Milan
The modern building complex MAC567 is located close to Piazzale Maciachini, one of the strategic nerve centres of Milan. Over the years, the area has become a lively neighbourhood thanks to numerous cafes, restaurants and shops and a fitness centre with swimming pool. The Museum of Marionettes and the first theatre in Milan dedicated to childhood and adolescence complete the new cultural centre of the former industrial area of Carlo Erba. Easily accessible by public and private transport, the Maciachini metro stop on the M3 line is only a few metres from the complex and connects it to the main railway station and the cathedral in a few stops. The area has direct access to the Milan-Meda route, which connects to the ring road and the A4 motorway (Milan-Venice and Milan-Turin).