Visit the beauties of Lombardy with Italo
Thanks to the connections with the Trenord regional trains you can easily reach the most beautiful places in Lombardy starting from the cities of the Italo network.
Discovering the most beautiful destinations in Lombardy with Italo
Thanks to the connections with the Milan Centrale high-speed station, you can reach all the main towns in Lombardy.
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Discover all the places of interest to visit in Lombardy
Lombardy is the most populous region of Italy, it is rich in historical traditions, as a city of business but it is above all a fascinating region from a landscape point of view: from the imposing peaks of the Alps to the Pre-Alps up to the authenticity of the provinces and its hidden villages. Plan your trip to this beautiful region to experience magical moments of pure pleasure and visit the numerous cities of art, parks, canals and rivers that give life to some of the largest and most important lakes in Italy. To discover Lombardy from a culinary point of view, experience the numerous food and wine itineraries in an infinite series of excellent restaurants and taste the excellent Lombard food.
The journey can start from the capital: Milan, one of the great Italian cities of art that houses famous monuments of the past. The city is home to the main national connections such as the two airports of Linate and Malpensa, flanked by that of Orio al Serio near Bergamo and Montichiari in Brescia and the Central Station of Milan, one of the busiest Italian railway junctions and where they depart and arrive. trains from any city on the Peninsula.
The city of Milan, an economic, cultural and financial pole, with the headquarters of the Stock Exchange, is a city that must be discovered from the beating heart that is the Duomo with the Madonnina, and then move on to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Milan's living room, in via Dante , via Manzoni, corso Vittorio Emanuele up to corso Venezia with the many clubs. In Milan there are also numerous prestigious universities and the headquarters of the major national publishing houses. Mandatory stops are the Sforzesco Castle, Sant’Ambrogio, San Lorenzo Maggiore, Santa Maria delle Grazie, with Leonardo's Last Supper, the Brera Art Gallery, the Science and Technology Museum, the Poldi Pezzoli Museum and the La Scala Theater.
In Milan you cannot do without the most exclusive shopping in the famous fashion district, with Via Montenapoleone in the center and the trattorias, restaurants with refined and sophisticated cuisine, and nightlife in the most typical districts such as Brera and Navigli.
Your journey in Lombardy continues with a visit to the provincial capitals of the region. It starts from Brescia, a city with a great industrial vocation, from the steel export hub to the Mille Miglia race, but also a city of art. Do not miss the Clock Tower with the astronomical dial, the medieval district of Carmine, the Renaissance cloisters, the Basilica of San Salvatore and the Museum of Santa Giulia.
Then move on to Bergamo, the city perched on a hill and enclosed by a wall with four doors. To visit the Upper Town with the Civic Tower, Piazza Vecchia, the Palazzo della Ragione and Palazzo Nuovo and the Lower Town with the architecture of Marcello Piacentini, the Donizetti Theater and the works of Botticelli, Raphael and Titian preserved inside the Academy Carrara.
To visit Mantua with the Palazzo Ducale and the Camera degli Sposi, frescoed by Andrea Mantegna, the Palazzo Te, the Church of San Sebastiano and the Casa del Mantegna. Cremona, small capital of music, with the Violin Museum and if you are a lover of literature Lecco, city of I Promessi Sposi with a visit to the houses of the village of Pescarenico, repeatedly indicated by the novel and Villa Manzoni, the writer's home today a museum most visited in Lombardy.
High symbolic cities of this region are Lodi, to visit for its Liberty itinerary, for the Renaissance Civic Temple, for the great festivals, for the food and wine excellences and for the proximity to the Adda river. Monza for its eighteenth-century Palace, the Cathedral and the National Autodrome, temple of Formula 1. Pavia for the Basilica of San Pietro in Ciel d’oro with the remains of Saint Augustine. Sondrio, the capital of Valtellina and finally Varese, defined by Leopardi as the little Versailles, a garden city waiting to be discovered.
For a trip out of town and walks in the open air, the itinerary to discover the lakes of Lombardy is a unique experience in the world. Depart from Lake Como, frequented by the international jet-set for its views and its coasts dotted with villas. Arrive on the shores of Lake Maggiore to visit treasures such as the Hermitage of Santa Caterina del Sasso and the Rocca di Angera and then move on to Lake Garda, appreciated all over the world for its biodiversity, to visit Sirmione with the archaeological area of the Caves. of Catullus and Riva del Garda, a paradise for sportsmen. To finish with Lake Iseo in the province of Brescia which offers historic villages, natural parks and tourist resorts of international fame.
Do not miss the bike rides, the natural parks, the reserves and the paths on the rivers to be discovered with a developed waterway system of considerable tourist importance. And if your visit is in winter, don't miss the places where you can practice winter sports, from high altitude excursions to cross-country and downhill skiing
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