From Lake Como you can easily reach many important localities:
is a charming city, famous for its park and the automobile race
track. The Park of Monza is the largest enclosed park in Europe:
with a surface of 688 hectares is more than twice larger than New
Yorkís Central Park. Inside this park flows the Lambro River
creating tiny lakes and waterfalls. The national automobile race
track of Monza is a circuit situated inside the Park of Monza. It
holds many motor events during the whole year, but itís
internationally famous for the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix.
Very famous is the Royal Mansion as well, one of the most
important city monuments. The mansion was built as a symbol for
the prestige and the magnificence of the Austrian royal court,
wanted by the empress Maria Teresa for her fourth male son, the
duke Ferdinand of Austria, who lived in Milan at that time and
wished a mansion outside the city to spend the summer and go
is an important commercial and industrial centre at international
level, as well as the biggest Italian city for services and
tertiary, finance, fashion, publishing and industry. Besides, it
is the site of the Stock Exchange, one of the most important
European financial centres and itís a big attraction centre for
the head offices of dozens of multinationals. It has one of the
biggest university, publishing and television centres in Europe.
It also has the fair with the largest exhibitive surface in Europe.
There are many monuments to visit, among them all, the gothic
Dome. Milan is also one of the most important destinations in the
world for shopping.
Moritz (Sankt Moritz in German) is a popular holiday resort of the
Engadine Valley, in the Graubunden canton, in Switzerland.
It offers many ski-lifts and ski slopes and many paths for
excursions on the mountains.
Close to it, there is the Cresta Run, a worldwide famous bobsleigh
and sledge run.
mountains of Valtellina offer many chances both for excursionists
and for alpinists, traditional and free-climbers. In the valley
there are many renowned ski resorts such as Bormio, Chiesa in
Valmalenco, Madesimo, Aprica and Caspoggio. You canít forget a
very important holiday and ski resort: Livigno. Itís
geographically outside Valtellina, being on the other side of the
Alps, but is part of the Sondrio province.
In this valley there are also warm thermal springs, one at the
Masinoís Baths and one at Bormioís Baths. In these localities
there are four thermal centres one in Masino and three in Bormio.
díItalia has the particularity of being an enclave separated from
the mother country by a lake: itís possible to reach Italy from
Campione crossing the Lake of Lugano without entering the Swiss
Campione is famous to hold one of the four Casinos in Italy, itís
regulated by a legislation that dates back to the years before the
second Worldwide War, more favourable compared with the Italian
and the Swiss one. After the move happened in the year 2007 in the
modern building designed by the Swiss architect Mario Botta, the
Casino of Campione díItalia is today the hugest one the whole