- Milan and Navigli: Riding a bike is an excellent choice to discover the different souls of Milan, the cosmopolitan world capital of fashion. Cycling along the Navigli canals is a great way to move from the heart of the city to its surroundings, exploring farmhouses, noble residences, historic abbeys, parks and rural landscapes.
- Nature: This area of Italy is graced by natural wonders, such as Lake Como, with its enchanting scenery made of gardens, villas and panoramas, and Valtellina, a beautiful valley enclosing stunning plateaus, vineyards and ancient villages. Valtellina is crossed by the Adda river, along which the cycle path Sentiero Valtellina runs, surrounded by greenery and mountains.
- UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Our bike tours in Lombardy will give you the chance to enjoy three World Heritage Sites: the Bernina Rezia Rhaetian Train, a 122 km long railway that goes from Tirano to St. Moritz, between Italy and Switzerland, reaching a 2253 meters altitude along a spectacular landscape; the Crespi d'Adda workers village, an extraordinary example of "company town", whose architectural value has been acknowledged as a symbol of the industrial revolution that took place in Lombardy in the late 19th century; Leonardo Da Vinci's "The Last Supper" and the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, where the renowned masterpiece painted by the Italian genius is preserved.
- History and modernity: Lombardy is a dynamic land that hosts a unique blend of ancient and modern landscapes, the most advanced industry and long-established agricultural practises. It is the wealthiest region in the country, as well as one of the richest in all of Europe. This region is a harmonious mixture of nature, history, art and culture with innovation, technology, fashion and entertainment, which give it a modern look.
- Food and wine: Lombard cuisine boasts lots of famous Italian dishes and food, such as Risotto alla Milanese (yellow rice with saffron), Cotoletta (cutlet) and Panettone. But you will also have the chance to taste some local specialities, such as Bresaola (dry cured beef meet) and Pizzoccheri (pasta made with chestnut flour, cooked with potatoes and beet tops, and seasoned with butter and melted cheese) in Valtellina, an area also renowned for its red wines: Inferno, Sassella and Valtellina.