Second Italian municipality in population after Rome, busy and dynamic city, Milan has always been considered as the capital of the Italian Economy.
Too often we think of Milan as a mere commercial and not really touristic city, we usually visit it for shopping or we choose to live there just for the opportunities it is able to offer.
However, the heart of Milan beats fast and offers majestic palaces and ancient churches, museums and theatres rich in rare and unique masterpieces of Italian art.
It takes just half a day to get an idea of the natural, artistic and historic Bergamo, walking through the alleys and small squares, seeing the medieval tower-houses and visiting the most important monuments of the city.
The old town is completely surrounded by walls that have maintained intact their original appearance over the centuries.
Venice is located 4 km from the mainland and 2 km from the open sea on a group of 118 small lagoon islands separated one another by channels, the main ones of which flow into the “Canal Grande”.
Due to the peculiarities of its urban planning and its invaluable artistic heritage, Venice is universally considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world, as to be included among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Every Sunday direct train-Lecco-Venice: departure from Lecco h. 7:35- arrival in Venice h. 11:56
THE BERNINA RAILWAY
We would like to recommend to spend a day on the small red train of Bernina: the railway that connects Tirano, in the Valtellina valley to St. Moritz, in the Swiss Engadine.
All along the way, the trip offers breathtaking views of incomparable beauty in close contact with nature. From the carriages, some of which are fully open, it is possible to admire the surrounding landscape at 360 degrees.