Tourism in Lombardy

Tourism in Lombardy, suggestions on where to go

Tourism in Lombardy. Do you wish to know where to go in Lombardy? Or perhaps you're looking for hints on what to see? Lombardy surely has the right solution to any kind of vacation you might have in mind. It is the Region with the highest number of Unesco Heritage Sites, plus it counts with numerous art cities and natural parks that will certainly satisfy all tourism needs. 


Local and foreign tourists will discover the beauty that waits at every corner, even if they are staying for just a weekend. Tourism in the area covers everything: from its breathtaking landscapes to some of the most beautiful towns and boroughs in Italy to be explored. 


Without a doubt, the tourism hub that everybody knows is the regional capital of Milan, but we cannot forget about Bergamo, Mantua, Lodi, Varese and Pavia. This zone has plenty of lakes, trekking paths, bike lanes and horseback riding itineraries. Winter tourism enthusiasts will not be disappointed by its many ski resorts where they can enjoy the snow. 


Our tourist guide that will not only point out major attractions and landmarks but also lesser-known treasures that are worth seeing. What else may we suggest regarding tourism in Lombardy? A culinary tradition that will astonish you. Visit us now and see for yourselves.  

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    • If you are at the Indro Montanelli Gardens, consider visiting the Planetarium of Milan. This astonishing venue will delight both adults and children. Tourism in Milan acquires a whole new dimension...
    • The Visconti Castle is one of the wonders of Trezzo sull'Adda and certainly the symbol of the city. It was built in 1300 at the behest of Bernabò Visconti , next to a fortress that, according to...
    • The Manzoni Theater was founded 1870 and has been dedicated to Alessandro Manzoni since 1873. This name gave new life to the theater that, up to that time, had not had much luck, and many...
    • The Church of San Maurizio, predominantly the work of Gian Giacomo Dolcebuono of Pavia, was subsequently completed by Solari. It was built in 1503 on the ruins of an ancient church annexed to the...
    • The Church of San Bernardino alle Ossa was built in the 13 th century between Via Brolo (where was the old Hospital of St. Barnabas in Brolo was found) and Verziere, the old fruit and vegetable...
    • The Rotonda della Besana stands out for its originality amid our suggested monuments. Milan has given new life to this once-derelict building. It is a particular late-baroque compound in the...
    • Inaugurated in 1931, Milan's Central Station is one of Europe's main railway stations , the second biggest and busiest in Italy.It is served by some 600 trains every day, plus two underground...
    • In the Porta Ticinese district there is a little bit of ancient Rome: the Columns of San Lorenzo . Corinthian in style, they surround the churchyard of the Basilica of San Lorenzo, opposite the...
    • A tale of the first half of the 20th century There is a jewel that scintillates in the heart of Milano: built between 1932 and 1935 by Milanese architect Piero Portaluppi, Villa Necchi Campiglio is...
    • Villa Arconati is considered one of the most beautiful noble villas in the province of Milan , representing a source of pride and a wealth of great historical, artistic, cultural and architectural...
    • The Arco della Pace , stands at the centre of Piazza Sempione, marking the boundaries of the northwest slope with this park behind the Sforza Castle. It is a mandatory stop when sightseeing for...
    • Some towns do not need to museums to thell their history. Their inhabitants paint it directly on buildings' walls. Murales and frescoes illustrate popular traditions, legends, customs and local...
    • Maccagno is one of the earliest inhabited places in the Verbano province, with a long history that has left significant traces on the urban fabric, making this an attractive and interesting town....
    • "The Tuscan island in Lombardy": this is the famous definition given by the XIX century writer Gabriele d'Annunzio to Castiglione Olona, town that still preserves the character of a Renaissance...
    • MA*GA Museum in relation with the richness of the permanent collection , the exhibitions and educational activities , is one of the most important museums of contemporary art in Italy. The Museum...

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