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6 top destinations in Milan


    Top Italy destinations

Here are our suggestions and travel reviews for day trips from Milan, Top Italy destinations. Milan is a dependable basis for exploring the lakes and interesting small towns in the Lombardy region, easily accessible by public transport cities. These homes are also alternative for your arrest in Milan.
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Lake Como

The cities of Como, on the southwest shore of Lake Como and Lecco, on the southeast coast, are easily reached by train in 30 minutes to an hr. Every bit has two stations in the city are serviced by the national railway line and the other by the Ferrovia Nord Milano, a small line of railroad line between Milan and Como. Equally it is a walled city with a large historic center, lively squares, good eateries and a cable car that rises above As with hiking tracks and beautiful vistas. If you desire to see other towns along the lake, buses and ferries, both Como and Lecco
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Pavia is a university town in the Ticino river altogether 35 km south of Milan. About half an hour by train from Central Station in Milan. Pavia is known as the city of 100 towers, but merely a few remain intact today. Its interesting historical center has good examples of Romanesque and gothic architecture. Nearby is the impressive Certosa DI Pavia can be set up
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Brescia is a city often overlooked by tourists, but worth a visit. Brescia has Roman ruins, a castle, squares of the Renaissance, and a good center of the medieval city. My pet is the Italian museum of Brescia, the City Museum in the Monastery of Santa Julia. Trains Milan take 45-90 minutes a local bus connects the station to the metropolis
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Cremona is home to the famous Stradivarius violin is handmade and takes in a nice compact core that is pleasant to walk and an easy walk from the station. Trains Milan takes a little over an hr. Most attractions are concentrated around the principal square, including the Romanesque cathedral, baptistery and the Torrazzo, the bell tower of the 13th century the largest astronomical clock in the universe. Climb the column for a breathtaking panorama of the city and countryside. For a directed tour including the day of transfer,

Lake Maggiore - Stresa

Stresa has a small shopping mall on foot tourist shops and eateries, a stroll on the lake, gardens, villas and a harbor where you can use up a ferry to Isola Bella and other spots along the lake. Arona is a number closer to Milan and a little larger. It has great eateries and shops, but a diminished bit of tourist installations. By train, Arona is less than an hour and Stresa is just over an hour from Milan. Both places are right next to the hamlets

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Parma, in the Emilia Romagna region, owns a compact historic center with several good attractions. Its Romanesque cathedral is covered with beautiful frescoes and the Baptistery of the 12th century is one of the most interesting buildings in Italy. As the place of the famous Parma ham and Parmesan cheese, Parma has good food and fine dining. Trains take 1 to 1 1/2 hour from Milan and the center is about 10 minutes walk from the station

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