The northern region of Lombardy is one of Italy’s richest and most densely populated regions. Milan, the region’s capital, is a world-class center of finance and fashion, as well as the site of such famous monuments as Teatro La Scala, the famed opera house; Da Vinci’s The Last Supper; and the Duomo, one of the world’s largest gothic cathedrals. But Lombardy isn’t all big cities…There are also small charming towns such as Mantua and Cremona. The walled city of Bergamo deserves a visit. Just north of Milan are the Italian Lakes, offering the perfect combination of mountains and water.

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