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8 Irresistible Attractions in Lombardy, Italy

Sonali Pimpale Jul 29, 2019
Culture, history, food, fashion and natural beauty run rampant in Lombardy. This bewitching region in Northern Italy is one of the largest in the country.

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Duomo of Milan

The staggering cathedral is the result of nearly six centuries of toil and labor!

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The interior of the Gothic church will leave you stunned with its gorgeous stained glass windows, majestic marble columns and stunning statues.

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Sforzesco Castle

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Once the residence of the influential Visconti and Sforza dynasties, this mighty fortress houses a number of museums dedicated to art and archaeology.

Lake Como

The enchanting glacial lake lures thousands of visitors with its serene beauty, opulent lakeside villas, homey cafes and breathtaking views of the surrounding Alps.

The Last Supper

One of Leonardo Da Vinci’s most celebrated masterpieces, the mural of The Last Supper rests in the Santa Maria delle Grazie church, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Navigli District

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The delightful neighborhood is known for its spirited nightlife, and a hoard of restaurants, shops, and art galleries strewn by a beautiful canal.

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Mantua

Encompassed by three 12th century artificial lakes, the historical city bears the mark of architectural gems left behind by the powerful Gonzaga family.

Teatro alla Scala

One of the most exalted opera houses in the world, the magnificent La Scala has witnessed the performances of distinguished composers like Rossini, Verdi, and Puccini.

Monte Isola

A lovely island on the Lake Iseo, replete with beguiling villages, Monte Isola is the largest lake island in Italy, as well as South and Central Europe.