Italy | Milano, Brescia, Cremona, Lodi, Mantova
W.A. Mozart traveled to Italy three times with his father Leopold and this country gave Mozart a wealth of ideas and strongly influenced his taste in art. Mozart visited following towns und cities, leaving his traces everywhere: Brescia, Canonica, Cremona, Lodi, Milano and Mantova.
The "Regione Lombardia" is the richest, most highly developed and most densely populated region of Italy. Precisely for this that it is one of most surprising and unexpected for the tourist who arrives there knows little of its historic, architectural, artistic and natural heritage. Milan, the great city of industry and commerce, combines the aspect of a dynamic and modern metropolis with architectural and artistic treasures. At Monza, Varese, Como, Bergamo, Brescia, Lodi, Cremona, and Pavia, every era has made its cultural and artistic mark: in the urban structures, in the churches, in the civic buildings. From the Romanesque to the Gothic, from the Renaissance to the Baroque, up to the most daring and innovative architectural and artistic solutions of the modern and contemporary eras: Lombardy boasts an impressive cultural and artistic heritage. And many people have yet to discover all this.