Lombardy

Lombardy is one of the twenty administrative regions of Italy, in the northwest of the country. Milan, Lombardy's capital, is the second-largest city and the largest metropolitan area in Italy. Lombardy has a rich and diverse cultural heritage. The many examples range from prehistory to the present day, through the Roman period and the Renaissance and can be found both in museums and churches that enrich cities and towns around the region. Major tourist destinations in the region include the historic, cultural and artistic cities of Milan, Bergamo, Brescia and the lakes of Garda, Como, Iseo and Maggiore.

Lombardy Highlights

Traditions
Museums
Events

What you can't miss in Lombardy

Where is Lombardy

Top Experiences in Lombardy

Best places to stay in Lombardy

Properties for sale in Lombardy

Semi-detached in Lenno
370000
Country Home - Restored in Gambolo
950000
Apartment in Dongo
925000
Apartment in San Siro
180000
Villa in Mezzegra
850000
Apartment in Lenno
380000
Villa in Sorisole
890000
Villa in Moltrasio
900000

Recipes From Lombardy

Recipes
Tortelli o Ravioli di Zucca
Chef Gotti's Choux Balls with Lobster, Burrata and Eggplant

What others are saying about Lombardy

@Ronco asks:

 

Hello,

Can anyone help me - especially any Australians.

 

I have an Australian Client for whom I refurbished their house on Lake Como, now they are living in Italy for over 12 months, and in their Pension years.

 

@NewComor asks:

Hi,

I have just bought an apartment in Italy and I am feeling a little lost and helpless.. I am not planning to move to Italy for another two or three years, so I would definitely need to avoid the consumption part of the utilities cost.

@Mark D asks:

Spese condominiale - we signed a contract to rent an apartment in March this year. The rent is a fixed amount per month plus a contribution of 200 EUR per month for le spese condominiale.