Bergamo is one of the most important cities in Lombardy. The city is commonly divided into lower and upper cities.
Upper Bergamo dates back to medieval times, characterized by an incredible view and a series of buildings to visit.
The upper town can be reached by a funicular walled and is on all its sides.
In Piazza Vecchia stands the Palazzo del Podestà, a symbol of Venetian power over Bergamo, built in the 14th century
Not to be missed is a walk along the city walls where the sixteenth century meet Porta Sant'Agostino surmounted by the Lion of Venice.
From the Rocca you can admire a beautiful view of the city, the numerous medieval towers recall the villages of Tuscany.
Milan is the Lombard capital that amazes for the emotions it can give, is a cultured, modern, lively city, full of beauties and artistic works.
The Duomo, with its luminous marble facade and late Gothic architecture, is the symbolic monument of this northern Italian metropolis. From its top you can enjoy a unique view over the whole city.
In the heart of the city stands the Royal Palace, today numerous and important art exhibitions are set up in its historic rooms. The building is flanked by the ultra-modern Museo del Novecento.
Nearby there is another symbol of the city: the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, a cross, pedestrian and covered passage, which houses historic restaurants, bars and trendy shops. It is famous for its mosaic floors and for the windows that serve as a roof.
The Sforzesco Castle, built in the mid-fourteenth century for defensive purposes, today transformed into a picture gallery with works of art of unique value, is a treasure chest of history and artistic treasures.
Arco della Pace is also worth a visit nearby .
Brera is a district animated by numerous restaurants, bars, antique dealers and characteristic shops. This is where the Brera Art Gallery is located, which houses one of the most important art collections in our country.
The church of Santa Maria is of great artistic importance delle Grazie , inside which, between 1495 and 1497, Leonardo da Vinci painted the famous Last Supper , a masterpiece that can be admired by booking a visit in advance.