Hotels to remember: Lombardy

Albergo Terminus

Como

From € 113.00

Hotel Milano Scala

Milano

From € 142.00

Hotel Excelsior Magenta

Magenta

From € 106.00

Carlton Hotel Baglioni

Milano

From € 308.00

Grand Visconti Palace

Milano

From € 114.00

Hotel Olivi

Sirmione

From € 105.00

L'Albereta

Erbusco

From € 247.00

Boscolo Milano

Milano

From € 238.00

The Bulgari Hotel

Milano

From € 726.00

Hotel de la Ville

Monza

From € 95.00

Oasi di Galbusera Bianca

Rovagnate

From € 95.00

Hotel Porro Pirelli

Induno Olona

From € 67.00

Hotel Galles

Milano

From € 99.00

Villa Onofria

Sirmione Lago di Garda

Doria Grand Hotel

Milano

From € 94.00

Palazzo Arzaga

Calvagese della Riviera

Relaisfranciacorta

Colombaro di Corte Franca

From € 111.00

Lefay Resort & SPA Lago di...

Gargnano

From € 210.00

Four Seasons Hotel Milano

Milano

From € 770.00

Principe Di Savoia

Milano

From € 230.00

Grand Hotel et De Milan

Milano

From € 382.00

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Travel ideas: Lombardy

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Lombardy: suggestions from the insiders

Daniela Tagliamonte

(Proprietaria)

Relais Villa Vittoria

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Daniela Tagliamonte

There can be many different reasons to choose Relais Villa Vittoria, but I believe the main strong point is the environment: the "Romantic Shore", location where the Villa is built and the nature surrounding it. (Relais Villa Vittoria) →

Michele

(Responsabile Ospitalità)

Rezia Hotel Bormio

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To go skiing by the Ski World Cup slopes, for the state-of-the-art thermal parks, for the history, culture, art of a City that is the meeting point between Italy and Northern Europe, for the excellent typical food. (Rezia Hotel Bormio) →

Lombardy at a glance

Lombardy Hotel

Lakes, mountains and fertile plains surround Milan, Italy's one true metropolis: the country's financial capital, and international flagship of fashion and design.

Wealthy, modern, and densely populated, it was during the so-called "Economic miracle" of the 60's, and the great changes that this brought about, that Lombardy secured its dominating role in the economic growth of Italy. This, one of the peninsula's few land-locked regions, is rich in sites of great geographical and historical interest, possessing many of Italy's most impressive and, perhaps, least expected, areas of natural beauty and artistic significance: from its capital, Milan, home of designer fashion and the Scala opera house, to the elegant cities of Brescia, Bergamo, and Cremona; from its romantic lakes and the rivers which run through its valleys, to its majestic snow-topped mountains.

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