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Milan & Lombardy

Lombardy is one of the largest regions in Italy, its borders embrace the Alps and the Apennines, interspersed with hills crossed by long rivers and vigorous mountain. Lombardy stands as a symbol of modernity and development in harmony with its natural beauty and rich artistic heritage. Milan and Lombardy are the European capitals of design, through a supply chain which stretches from initial design to industrial production.


Always known for business and frenetic rhythms that point out the Milanese lifestyle, it is the ideal location for enjoyment without neglecting culture: history is found in every quarter, behind every corner, in the architecture of the churches, the enchanting geometry of the Sforzesco Castle and the ingenuity of the Canal system. The Duomo, besides being one of the symbols of the city, it's the most important example of Neo-Gothic architecture in Italy: impressive and spectacular its construction's history lasted about 400 years. Just a few steps from the Square, is Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery which immediately attract the tourist because of its architecture and the shopping windows. It's also the temple of the shopping; not far, La Scala Theatre,  one of the most famous in the world and the fashion quad, the headquarters of shops and fashion houses of the most important designer labels. From the 50's Milan is the international centre of fashion and tells about itself all around the world thanks to the famous stylists and fashion designers.


The city, crossed by river Lambro, is worldwide famous because of the "Formula 1 Grand Prix of Monza" that is held in the circuit located just outside the city centre. For history lovers is not to be missed the Old Town Hall and the Villa Reale built during the Habsburg period.


An urban centre that become a European capital during the Renaissance due to the power and refinement of taste of one of the most visible families of era, the Gonzaga. Mantua owes all of its splendour to the members of this family whose mementos echoing back in its monuments caused the city to be registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


The ancient city that was the Lombard capital, city of the "hundred towers", symbol of town autonomy that came from its great economic wealth accumulated in the Middle Ages, the University city, is still one of the most prestigious academic centres in Northern Italy. Not to be missed "La Certosa", a monastery, that was once located on the border of a large hunting park belonging to the Visconti family of Milan, of which today only scattered parts remain. Certosa is the Italian name for a house of the cloistered monastic order of Carthusians. 


The hometown of “torrone” and violins. Its connection with music is inseparable and, in the figure of Antonio Stradivari, it preserves the genius that contributes to spreading the name of Cremona throughout the world.