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Lombardia, Northern Italy

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Lombardia shares a border with Switzerland, stretching from the Alps and lakes, to the Po Valley. One of Italys largest regions - its capital Milan is renowned as a fashion and historic art centre.

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Franciacorta Region

The Franciacota Region is famous for the production of wines - white, sparkling and red.

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Lake Como

Lake Como, one of the famous Italian Lakes has been a popular resort since the days of the Roman Empire. Admire the blue waters and relax in luxurious villas in the wooded lakeside slopes above.

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Milan

In Milan's museums & galleries are great works of art. More simple pleasures include climbing up to the Duomo's roof and enjoying the tranquillity and the view over the city to the mountains.

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Tirano

Tirano is a town in Valtellina, located in the province of Sondrio in northern Italy.

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Sirmione (Lake Garda)

Sirmione is one of the most popular holiday resorts on the shores of Lake Garda. It is known for its thermal baths and Rocca Scaligera, and its medieval castle overlooking the lake.