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    Agriturismo Cascina Corte Grande, Semiana
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    B&B I Baloss, Berbenno
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    Casa dei Fiori, Bergamo
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    Residence Poggio al Lago, Sirmione

    Residence Poggio al Lago

    Colombare di Sirmione, Sirmione

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Lombardy highlights

Lake Como
Scenic Lake Como is famous worldwide for its stunning villas and gardens and is ideal for sailing, windsurfing and other water sports.
Featuring one of world's most historic universities, this Roman-built city is home to artistic treasures like the Certosa di Pavia monastery.
Visit Cremona's luthier shops
Just like at the time of Stradivari, Guarneri and Amati, violins are still handcrafted according to the 500-year tradition.
Thermal baths of Boario, Sirmione, Bormio and Salice Terme
There are several thermal spa sites in Lombardy, offering an interesting option for those in search for opportunities to relax.
The Valtellina valley
Hiking, skiing and food tasting are just some of the activities offered in this Alpine valley. Don’t forget to visit the Stelvio National Park.
Cycling along the Via Francigena pilgrimage route
Enjoy nearly 150 km of cycling tracks and country roads surrounded by nature, along this historical pilgrimage route from Palestro to Piacenza.
Monza's Royal Villa and Park
Monza's Royal Villa is surrounded by one of Europe's largest parks, which hosts the popular Formula One race track.
The Ducal Palace of Mantua
This complex is composed of 500 rooms, among which is the famous Wedding Room, decorated with exquisite frescos by Italian painter Mantegna.
Da Vinci's The Last Supper in Milan
Pay a visit to what is considered one of the most iconic paintings in history, an extraordinary example of the Italian Renaissance.
Crossing the Alps on the Bernina Express train
This unique train links the town of Tirano to Switzerland via a 150-km panoramic route through the Alps.

Sophisticated and Serene

The diverse region of Lombardy touches the 3 largest Italian lakes: Lake Garda, Lake Maggiore and Lake Como. Their beautiful shores house many Lombardy luxury hotels and even more luxurious celebrity residences.

The rich and famous also flock to Milan, one of the world’s fashion capitals, where designer boutiques are found alongside La Scala opera house and the iconic San Siro football stadium. To the south, Pavia is best known for its elaborate monastery, while Monza to the north-east hosts the F1 Italian Grand Prix and World Superbike Championship.

Nearby Bergamo is the hub for cheap flights to Milan and it also has a historic old town, while to its east is peaceful Lake Iseo. A smaller lake is located by Varese, and artificial lakes also almost entirely surround the important medieval city of Mantua, seat of the Gonzaga court during the Renaissance.

Brescia to the north-west has monuments dating back to Roman times, while Cremona to the south-west has an impressive cross-shaped cathedral and huge belltower. This beautiful city is on the Po, Italy’s longest river which forms part of the Lombardy border.

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