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Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Most Lombardy hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Lombardy is a region of forests, snow-capped peaks, lakes and picturesque towns and cities. The scenery accommodates varied outdoor adventures, while urban landscapes reveal cultural and historical treasures. Shop for the latest styles in one of the world’s fashion capitals, explore medieval centers, ski in the Alps and vacation near Italy’s great lakes.
Head to Lombardy’s capital, Milan, a global fashion hub. Search for designer clothing in the Quadrilatero d' Oro district’s boutiques and the glass-roofed Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II arcade. Wear your new outfit for an elegant evening at the acclaimed La Scala opera house. Visit some of the city's other best-known attractions. Admire one of Leonardo Da Vinci's masterpieces, The Last Supper mural, in the refectory of the convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Appreciate the view from the spired rooftop of the Gothic Cathedral of Milan (Duomo).
Drive or take the train to Mantua, about 95 miles (155 kilometers) southeast of Milan. This Renaissance city is filled with many architectural gems, including the magnificent Ducal Palace and the late 14th-century cathedral. Other captivating buildings await in Pavia, which was known as the City of 100 Towers in the Middle Ages. During these times, wealthy residents tried to outdo each other by building tall structures. Today, gaze up at the remaining towers, seemingly nonfunctional.
Enjoy the beauty and tranquility of Lake Como, Lake Maggiore and Lake Garda in the northern lake region. Sail, windsurf and canoe on these vast bodies of water. Tour towns and villages along the lakes. Centuries-old churches and villas of Bellagio line the shores of Como. Sightsee at Scaliger Castle on the southern shore of Garda.
Reach Lombardy by flying into Milan’s international airports. Get around by rental car, trains and buses to experience the best of the region’s scenery, culture and history.
A: If you're eager to explore the stunning landscapes of the region of Metropolitan City of Milan, renting a car is a brilliant idea. You'll have the freedom and flexibility to go wherever you want, when you want. With our handy guide to Cheap Car Hire in Lombardy, you'll be driving along the highway in no time at all. If your holiday's all about experiencing the amazing cities of Milan or Brescia, public transportation (or ride-sharing) is definitely the way to go.
A: When arranging your holiday to Lombardy, start your itinerary from one of these major international airports:
A: Lombardy has lots of options for all kinds of budgets. If you'd like a break from the everyday, you'll find lots of apartments. Hotels, bed & breakfasts and guest houses are also popular places to stay.
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A: To kick things off, you could visit Cathedral of Milan and Piazza del Duomo. If you plan to extend your stay in Milan for an extra day or two, Teatro alla Scala is also well-loved among travellers.
Piazza della Loggia, Santa Giulia Museum and Mille Miglia Museum are well worth checking out if Brescia is where you're likely to be spending your time.
Finally, if Bergamo is your only stop, we recommend you swing past Piazza Vecchia, Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia and Carrara Academy Gallery.
Servizio impeccabile come sempre, cortesia e gentilezza dello staff ammirevole!
This hotel was so luxurious! I loved EVERYTHING!!! Breakfast was phenomenal!
The hotel had such an amazing view. We were there for New Years Eve and decided to cancel our plans and watch the fireworks from our balcony instead. There is a bus stop right in front of the hotel and also a ferry service that runs every 30min that takes you to the city center. The breakfast was ...
Hotel was ok. About 3-5 minutes walk to nearest metro. It has a kitchen area if u want to cook. The hotel is very near to train tracks, and it could get pretty loud, so if you are light sleeper, perhaps ear plugs may help? Also, do note during winter they aircond will not be switched on. So we had ...