Lombardy and the Lakes

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  • 1. Accademia Carrara

    Bergamo is home to an art collection that's surprisingly rewarding given its size and remote location. Many of the Venetian masters are represented—Mantegna, Bellini, Carpaccio...Read More

  • 2. Campanone

    The massive 13th-century Torre Civica (Civic Tower), known as the Campanone, offers a great view of the two cities. Climb the stairs or take an...Read More

  • 3. Casa del Mantegna

    Serious Mantegna aficionados will want to visit the house the artist designed and built around an intriguing circular courtyard, which is usually open to view....Read More

  • 4. Castello di Malcesine

    Dominating the town is a 12th-century castle built by Verona's dynastic Della Scala family. It now contains a small museum of natural history....Read More

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  • 5. Castello Scaligero di Sirmione

    As hereditary rulers of Verona for more than a century before they lost control of the city in 1402, the Della Scala counted Garda among...Read More

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  • 6. Castello Visconteo di Pavia

    The town's 14th-century fortress-castle now houses the local Museo Civico (Municipal Museum), with a Romanesque and Renaissance sculpture gallery, an archaeological collection, and a large...Read More

  • 7. Il Vittoriale

    The estate of the larger-than-life Gabriele D'Annunzio (1863–1938)—one of Italy's major modern poets, and later war hero and supporter of Mussolini—is filled with the trappings...Read More

  • 8. Museo della Seta

    From silkworm litters to textile finishing machinery to temporary exhibitions, this small but complete collection preserves the history of a manufacturing region that continues to...Read More

  • 9. No. 1 Piazza Roma

    Legendary violin maker Antonio Stradivari lived, worked, and died near the verdant square at Piazza Roma 1 (not open to the public). According to local...Read More

  • 10. Piazza del Comune

    The Duomo, tower, baptistery, and Palazzo Communale (city hall) surround this distinctive and harmonious square: the combination of old brick, rose- and cream-color marble, terra-cotta,...Read More

  • 11. Piazza III Novembre

    This lakeside piazza, the heart of Riva del Garda, is surrounded by medieval palazzi. Standing there and looking out over the lake, you can understand...Read More

  • 12. Torre Apponale

    Predating the Venetian period by three centuries, this sturdy tower looms above the medieval residences of the main square; its crenellations recall its defensive purpose....Read More

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