Lombardy, North of Italy

Be inspired by our travel proposals and itineraries to organize your holiday in Lombardy, whether it's a trip to the city, a weekend in the mountains or a week at the lake.

From an introverted region, Lombardy has turned into the capital of fashion, innovation and design. A field of experimentation reflected on the facades of the new skyscrapers.
Start your journey in Lombardy starting from the thematic experiences that you can live here: come and discover the nine Unesco Sites, indulge in unbridled shopping, enjoy gastronomic excellence, have fun practicing one of the many sports activities or enjoy some well-deserved relaxation.


At Viandando we are passionate about food and wine, so we will make sure you can discover this incredible region products with great help from our experienced cooks, international chefs, sommeliers and guides, starting with those famous lemons from the Amalfi Coast and including tasty buffalo mozzarella, Cilento olive oil and famous wines such as Greco di Tufo and Campi Flegrei. You will be able to visit prestigious wineries, oil mills, dairies and pasta factories where all such tasty and organic products are still made according to Italian and local ancient traditions. Enjoy a memorable experience of cooking and eating pizza, dumplings (gnocchi) Sorrentina and Rum babà mini-cakes: we can offer a wide range of tailored cookery classes, suitable for beginner to advanced cooks, in luxury villas, private houses or local agriturismo (farm where tourists can board or eat local produce).


Beside being an economic and industrial powerhouse, Lombardy has a rich and diverse cultural heritage. The many examples range from prehistory to the present day, through the Roman period and the Renaissance and can be found both in museums and churches that enrich cities and towns around the region. Major tourist destinations in the region include the historic, cultural and artistic cities of Milan, Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Varese, Mantua, Monza and the lakes of Garda, Como, Iseo and Maggiore.