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Italy ➜ Lombardia

Lombardy between the Alps and the Po Valley is rich in attractions, Italy's most economically powerful region and home to great contrasts - from the fashion and design metropolis of Milan to the picturesque lake landscape of Como or the cultural city of Brescia, whose Città Alta towers as a fortress on a hill. While investment bankers meet for an evening aperitif in Milan's futuristic Gae Aulenti Square, art lovers visit the Dominican Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie with Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper, a sight of the first order.

Those interested in architectural styles pursue the Lombard Gothic, with buildings such as the Certosa di Pavia, the monastery complex built for the Carthusian order near Pavia, or the Castello Sforcesco in Milan. Music fans make a pilgrimage to Cremona, home of the legendary Stradivari and Amati families of violin makers. For those who prefer louder sounds, legendary engine factories will open their hearts: brands such as Moto Guzzi or Alfa Romeo originated in Lombardy; a tip here is the museum of Tazio Nuvolari, former designer and pilot for Ferrari.

Three famous people who stand for the diversity of Lombardy: Claudio Monteverdi, inventor of Italian opera, Ettore Bugatti, automobile designer, and Lucchino Visconti, film director.

Castello Sforzesco, Milano
Duomo, Milano
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milano
Navigli, Milano
Teatro la Scala, Milano
Duomo, Monza
Formula 1, Autodromo di Monza
Parco e Villa Reale di Monza
Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milano
Certosa di Pavia
Verbania
 

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