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La Lombardia ed i suoi territori

Lombardy and its territories

Land of history, flavors, and innovation.
Located in the heart of northern Italy, Lombardy is a region that represents a refined combination of ancient cultural traditions and a gastronomy rich in authentic flavours. When we talk about Lombardy, we cannot fail to mention the capital, Milan, epicenter of fashion and design, host of the majestic Duomo and the unforgettable "Last Supper" by Leonardo da Vinci. In addition to the metropolis, the region boasts historic cities such as Mantua, Brescia and Bergamo, where every corner tells stories of centuries past through stately palaces, ancient theaters and traditional festivals.

The true jewel of Lombardy, however, can be found in its typical dishes. The love for food here is profound: from creamed risottos, such as the Risotto alla Milanese tinged gold with saffron, to the delicious casoncelli from Brescia, passing through polenta, the true soul of the mountain areas. Let's not forget the cheeses, such as Taleggio and Gorgonzola, or desserts such as panettone, a Christmas symbol but appreciated all year round.
But a Lombard meal would not be complete without a glass of wine. The vineyards of Franciacorta produce globally recognized bubbles, while Valtellina and Oltrepò Pavese offer full-bodied red wines and refined whites that are the perfect companion for every dish.

If you are looking for an authentic Italian experience, rich in history, art and unforgettable flavours, Lombardy is an unmissable destination. A trip to this region is not only a geographical journey, but also a journey through centuries of culture and culinary tradition.

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