Milan, Lombardy, and the Lakes Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Milan, Lombardy, and the Lakes - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Milan 24

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Brera 2

Buenos Aires 1

Castello 1

Duomo 7

Navigli 1

Palestro 2

Porta Venezia 1

Sant'Ambrogio 5

Sempione 1

Ticinese 1

Lake Garda 10

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Gardone Riviera 3

Malcesine 2

Riva del Garda 2

Sirmione 3

Lake Como 9

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Bellagio 3

Como 4

Tremezzo 2

Cremona 5

Lake Maggiore 4

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Stresa and the Isole Borromee 3

Verbania 1

Mantua 4

Pavia 3

Bergamo 3

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Archaeological Site/ Ruins 1

Building/ Architectural Site 2

Castle/ Palace/ Chateau 5

Garden/ Arboretum 6

House/ Mansion/ Villa 6

Island 1

Local Interest–Sight 1

Market/ Bazaar 1

Military Site 3

Mountain–Sight 1

Museum/ Gallery 17

Neighborhood/ Street 1

Park/ Playground 1

Plaza/ Square/ Piazza 3

Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 14

Restaurant–Sight 1

Store/ Shop/ Mall 1

Town/ Village 1

Viewpoint/ Scenic Overlook 2

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Casa di Andrea Mantegna

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Serious Mantegna aficionados will want to visit the house the artist designed and built around an intriguing circular courtyard, which...

Palazzo Ducale

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The 500-room palace that dominates the Mantua skyline was built for the Gonzaga family, though much of the art within the castle was...

Palazzo Te

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One of the greatest of all Renaissance palaces, built between 1525 and 1535 by Federigo II Gonzaga, is the Mannerist masterpiece of artist-architect...

Sant'Andrea

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Mantegna's tomb is in the first chapel to the left in the basilica of Sant'Andrea, most of which was built in 1472. The current structure,...

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