I was living in Milan for several months and to me it was worth it to go and see the Cenacle. It is a work thats magnitude will leave you breathless, even though it's not in good condition. You're not allowed to take photos and
It is a long street starting in Porta Venezia, and ending in the golden fashion triangle. It is a pleasant walk from the Duomo, but if you do not want to walk, you can always take public transit and get off at the Palestro stop. You
Overlooking Lake Como, Villa Olmo park takes its name from a huge elm in the garden, planted by Pliny the Younger. Like other residences on the lake, the villa has undergone several changes over the centuries. The original part was
Highly recommended for a short stay. A beautiful city with a medieval-style centre with cobbled streets. The centre is a 5-minute walk from the Mantova train station, and the city is crossed by the Mincio River, which forms two lakes.
Lodi, founded by Federico Barbarossa in 1158, is located in the centre of the Po Valley, south of Milan. While visiting you can enjoy a pleasant walk to Piazza della Vittoria, where you can see the Cathedral of the Assumption of the
This long series of arches connects Borgo Adda Revellino with Campo di Marte. It is easily accessible from the city centre, down Corso Adda. It's really worth taking a trip up here to admire the river that runs below this long bridge.
You can see some beautiful flying seaplanes over the lake, as it lends itself well to all kinds of landings. The Aro Club Como was founded in the year 1930, and organises courses of seaplane flying and the chance to admire the