Lombardy is one of the largest regions in Italy, it’s situated in the North of the country, sharing a border with Switzerland. Lombardy area extends from the Alps to the fertile Po Valley and includes a rich variety of landscapes, such as the breathtaking mountain chain including Valchiavenna, Valtellina and Camonica Valley.
Winter sports lovers will find facilities and modern equipments in famous mountain resorts of Tonale, Livigno and Bormio.
Another amazing typical view is created by the rolling downs including the exclusive Franciacorta area, world famous for its vineyards and wine production.
Let you be seduced by the charm of the great lakes where reality takes over imagination: Lake Garda, with the wonderful village of Sirmione, Lake Como and Lake Maggiore surrounded by wonderful natural parks.
Due to its geographic location, Lombardy is a rich land where nature, art, culture and history meet together creating an incredible and attracting mixture.
What to do:
Lombardy region is well-known for Milan, city of art with its own very strong identity, modern and focused on progress, the capital of industry, economy and international shopping.
Relive the life of Leonardo da Vinci through his most famous works in Milan, get skip the line tickets guaranteeing for Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece: The Last Supper. Take a break with a relaxing happy hour or having fun gliding through the wonderful streets of Milan on a Segway.
But there are many other reasons to come and visit this region: romantic lakes, ancient villages, a variety of delicious culinary specialties with a good glass of wine. You can take part on a boat excursion on Lake Maggiore, visiting the Borromean Islands, or on Lake Como to the enchanting village of Bellagio.
What to taste:
Discover the amazing tastes of Lombardy: join us in a food walking tour, tasting pizza, pasta and other specialties of the territory, or in a beer walking tour tasting four incredible Italian craft beers.
If you love Italian wines you won’t miss a wine tasting tour in Franciacorta area, where you will taste the four categories of Franciacorta sparkling wines, Millesimato, Rosé, Satén and Riserva.