MILAN “City of opportunities”
Economy and finance, realm of fashion and Italian design. It also has a strong commitment to art cities. Palaces, villas, monuments, buildings...

of modern architecture, churches and abbeys offer a variety of styles that is worth knowing. The beauty of Milan is subtle and leaves the visitor free to discover the wonders of the city; enough to push open a door or along a narrow street in the center to be confronted with extraordinary masterpieces.

Milan is is a city of design and new technologies, of art and fashion. It seems that all these aspects have arranged to meet up in Milan to release an innate creativity and a desire to evolve. Therefore Milan is not just about business, Milan means, first and foremost, creativity and inventiveness.
The icon of Milan, behind the equestrian statue of Vittorio Emanuele, you can admire the spiers and statues (in total 3.400)  of Milan's Duomo, surmounted by golden Madonnina: a sensational marble embroidery that amazed the travellers and which is still not only an icon of the city, but also one of the most famous monuments in the world. It is no coincidence that here, in the land of Saint Ambrose and Alessandro Manzoni, Leonardo da Vinci found the right setting for expressing himself and realising his great works. To get an idea of how artists, scholars, scientists and musicians were so inspired in Milan, it is enough just to pass a moment in front of "The Last Supper" - (l’Ultima Cena di Leonardo da Vinci)  – (sito Unesco), at Santa Maria delle Grazie, at spend a couple of hours in the Pinacoteca di Brera and the Museo di Storia Naturale (Museum of Natural History), lose yourself in the scenery of the Castello Sforzesco (Sforza Castle) or attend world class musical events at La Scala Theatre.
Yesterday and today: one of the symbols of the new Milan is the Unicredit Tower, the skyscraper designated by Cesar Pelli. With its spire, it reaches 231 meters, a height that makes it the tallest Italian building,

Lombardy, with its grand lakes and numerous small basins, offers a unique mix of charms to lovers of lake tourism.
Staying on Lake Garda, Lake Como, Lake Maggiore, or Lake Iseo (just to name the largest and most famous), means immersing oneself in all the flourish of a lush nature that also has the power to renew the mind and body. The gorgeous landscapes of Lombardy’s lakes bring together the fascination of villages lost in time, near-ancient castles and monasteries, superb villas, places rich in history and character, and intriguing museums.

Surrounded by mountains and a splendid lake, Lugano brings together all the characteristics of a metropolis of great style, despite maintaining the traits of a small city. Most particular and striking is the large pedestrian area, which contains the historic centre, full of splendid buildings.
Lugano is at the centre of a region that offers a large choice of excursions during every season of the year. The efficient transport network formed by trains, buses, boats, funiculars and cableways offers a comfortable and a quick access towards the most evocative locations, and allows the tourist to discover in a simple and enjoyable way the variety of present landscapes.