Lombardy Vacation Rentals and Lombardy Hotels

Lombardy, frequently known as the "The Lake Region" of Italy is an area that lies in the northern region Italy and shares the border with the country of Switzerland. The reason that Lombardy, Italy is often referred to as “Lombardy and the Lakes” is because the region has numerous major alpine lakes that run through its landscape. Lago Maggiore is one of the alpine lakes in Lombardy and it stretches along the Piedmont-Lombardy border. Lago di Garda is located on the eastern border between the Lombardy and Veneto. The most famous lake is Lake Como, which lies north of Milan and stretches north towards the Alps. Dotting the shores of Lake Como are beautiful villas and gardens of noble families, aristocrats and old Hollywood movie stars. Just south of Lake Como is the capital of the region, Milan. A cosmopolitan city, Milan is known as one of the world's capital of fashion. It is also the location of Italy's main stock exchange, Borsa Italiana. Many people over the centuries have escaped to the "Lombardy Lake Region" for rest and relaxation. Some of the famous Italians who have found inspiration while vacationing in the "Lake Region" include Italian composers Giuseppe Verdi, Vincenzo Bellini and Gioacchino Rossini.

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La Villa Fasano is a Vacation Rental
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 75 - 195 EUR
Gravedona Apartment is a Vacation Rental
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 65 - 80 EUR
Azalea House is a Vacation Rental
Apartment Sleeps 3
Rates 85 - 130 EUR
Glicine House . is a Vacation Rental
Apartment Sleeps 5
Rates 90 - 130 EUR

Lombardy Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in Italy

The region of Lombardy stretches from the Alps Mountain Range to Po Valley, an important topographical area in Italy. The region boasts about its range of landscapes, such as the Camonica Valley, or commonly known as Valcamonica. In 1979, this valley was voted as one of Italy’s first World Heritage Sites by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Walking through the Camonica Valley is similar to walking through history, with its 250,000 rock carvings engraved on over 2,500 rocks that depict Lombardy over an 8,000 year timespan. Lombardy, Italy also features magnificent parks for nature lovers. The Stelvio National Park is the largest park in Italy and stretches into the region of Trentino-Alto Adige. Both mountains and valleys are found throughout the Stelvio National Park that attract guests to Lombardy vacations annually for mountain climbing, bike riding, hiking and simply enjoying the scenery. Lombardy, Italy is the most populated region of the country, with approximately a sixth of Italy’s population living there. Lombardy is also the most developed and affluent region in Italy, due mainly to its capital, Milan. Milan is one of Lombardy’s many provinces, along with Sondrio, Bergamo, Lecco, Como, Mantua, Monza and Brianza, Lodi, Cremona, Varese, Pavia and Brescia. Milan is one of the top tourist destinations in Italy because of the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie and the Roccolo Park. The Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie contains the original copy of Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper. The Roccolo Park consists of beautiful canals, hedges and wooded fields and is Milan’s largest park. Another site that sightseers typically visit in Milan is the Casa Museo Boschi-Di Stefano, which displays artwork of some of Italy’s most intriguing painters, from Umberto Boccioni to Giorgio de Chirico. Visit Lombardy with the help of Vacations-abroad.com and you will have the experience of a lifetime!