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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    • Varese Civic Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Masnago Castle is home to the Varese Civic Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art that displays a collection of paintings, sculptures and graphics...
    • The International Museum of Ceramic Design (MIDeC) , or Civic Collection of Pottery , is a fitting tribute to Laveno Mombello and its pottery tradition . From 1856 onwards, the town has hosted...
    • A journey through the legend is what offers " La macchina del tempo- Museo Storico Alfa Romeo ", reopened before a major restoration project affecting the entire complex. The museum is home to the...
    • With a population of just 33 inhabitants, comrprising 19 women and 14 men, Pedesina , in the province of Sondrio has been recently declared as the smallest village in Italy. This small corner of...
    • The village of Morbegno is intersected by narrow streets in the midst of a dense network of tall, century-old buildings. The streets through the town offer visitors countless glimpses of magical...
    • Porana is located in the heart at Oltrepò Pavese, just a few miles from Voghera and is lost amid the tranquillity of the countryside. Most notable is the Church of San Crispino , part of an...
    • Thanks to the renovation and maintenance efforts throughout the years, the historic district of this tiny village in Oltrepò Pavese, the area south of the River Po, remains impressively intact. The...
    • Pavia's Botanical Gardens have been situated in their present location since the late 1700s, following a complex series of attempts to find a suitable location for growing and teaching about plants...
    • The Certosa di Pavia, a monastery built by Gian Galeazzo Visconti as a family chapel, is connected to the castle by the Visconteo Park . When construction began on 27 August 1396, Gian Galeazzo was...
    • The construction of the Cathedral of Pavia was an extremely long process, spanning out over four centuries. Its history dates back to 1488, when its construction began; from this date onwards many...
    • The ceaseless, silent flow of water goes to unknown destinations. How many times have we all stood near a bridge to watch rivers, tangible symbols of time and life, run their course while it washes...
    • Some of the most illustrious names that have taught at the University of Pavia include Alessandro Volta, Ugo Foscolo, Carlo Rubbia and many others in various disciplines. The history of the...
    • A singular voyage inside the modern drive to innovate awaits at the halls of Monza's Royal Villa, which have exhibits dedicated to the Design Museum . A celebration of Italian, but mostly Lombard,...
    • The Duomo di Monza was originally built as a chapel at the end of the 6th century by Queen Theodelinda, the wife of King of the Lombards Authari and later of Agilulf. It was situated near to the...
    • The Chapel of Queen Theodolinda, found in the northern arm of the transept of the Monza Cathedral, was built at the turn of the 14 th and 15 th century during the reconstruction of the basilica....

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