We are inspired by beautiful things, good things and things done well. And that is why in welcoming you, we leave nothing to chance.


We are inspired by beautiful things, good things and things done well. And that is why in welcoming you, we leave nothing to chance.


We open the door onto the territory of Lombardy, which has so much to offer. We do so with an open mind towards the world that passes through here daily. We translate hospitality into a thousand different languages and we are enriched by the experience of always giving the best.


Lombardy, culture and nature for the whole family, for a pleasant day trip where you can visit wonderful places with authentic flavours. A place to discover food and wine tourism with its tasty stop-offs and its ancient food and wine traditions.
Lombardy will surprise you with its Unesco sites envied by the world, its beautiful parks, the authentic beauty of its lakes, the liveliness of its capital Milan and elegance of one of its most famous cities: Monza.
One of the first stop-offs not to be missed is the city of Monza, with the famous Park of Monza, the green heart of the whole of Lombardy and the racetrack, the undisputed destination for lovers of Formula 1 Grand Prix.
The Villa Reale, the Arengario, Monza Cathedral, and the Zavattari Chapel will meet the needs of art lovers.
Brianza extends today from Como to Milan. In addition to its industrial and labour connotations, is an area of hills, rivers and lakes waiting to be discovered via the paths designed for those who love cycling. Sports & the wonders of nature can be discovered here.
Lake Como with its size and its stunning scenery will amaze you. Located in a basin surrounded by densely wooded mountains, Lake Como offers a range of varied landscapes. From the shore, you can admire picturesque villages overlooking the water and prestigious villas with parks and gardens. With a temperate climate, it is a tourist destination for a relaxing weekend. Areas along the lake that are well worth a visit are: Cernobbio, Menaggio, Bellagio, Colico, Lecco and Bellagio, and the splendid Isola Comacina.
Lombardy and Milan benefit from a very high concentration of Unesco World Heritage sites.
Santa Maria delle Grazie with The Last Supper in Milan, the rock drawings of Valcamonica, the working Village of Crespi d’Adda (Bergamo), an extraordinary example of industrial architecture from the late 1800s, the Sacri Monti of Varese and of Ossuccio (Como), the Rhaetian Railway of Albula and Bernina (Sondrio) that connects Tirano with Saint Moritz, Mantua and the Sabbioneta Renaissance fortress, some of the main Italian and European Renaissance centres, are pristine and preserved wonders awaiting your visit when you are in Lombardy.


Milan means fashion, fashion equals shopping! Glamourous, trendy and cool, the most fashionable city is undoubtedly Milan. So, if you’re in town, you can’t help but visit the shopping centre. Via della Spiga, Via Montenapoleone, Via Manzoni and Corso Venezia are just some of the most important streets where you can find the fashion houses that have made the Made In Italy brand world renowned. But Milan is not just about high fashion, it is much more. You can get lost in the narrow streets of the city seeking out the best places for a tasty, original brunch, lose yourself in the Ticinese area for a drink or in search of that design object that you have been seeking. Pop into one of its theatres such as the Teatro della Luna to watch one of the latest shows or turn a corner and find yourself contemplating the Cathedral of Milan. Finally, you cannot miss a visit to the Museo delle Culture MUDEC in Via Tortona, a glamorous place to meet for an aperitif and take advantage of the “Fuori Salone” during Fashion Week and Design Week.


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