The Gallic or Celtic tribes of the Po Valley were the first inhabitants of today's Lombardia to have left a long lasting mark in such places as Bergamo, Como and Milan or Mediolanum.

Casonsei typical pasta recipe from Bergamo

Published in Lombardia Recipes

Don't leave Bergamo without trying the special home made local pasta called casonsei or casonselli, especially during winter.

A version from nearby Brescia includes eggs in the pasta preparation and requires less fatty meats.

Last modified on 21 January 2011

Sound and Light in Bergamo

Published in Lombardia Itineraries

Nights of Light 'Notti di Luce' is an annual event taking place in the city of Bergamo in late August. It is an opportunity to discover the beautiful historical centre of old Bergamo through a festival of lights, music, theatre and poetry.

Last modified on 21 January 2011

Turkey stuffed with chestnuts

Published in Lombardia Recipes

We suggest you try this dish on the 11th November every year in honor of San Martino. The date is now, in effect, Vino Novello Day and many related events are staged across the country.

Last modified on 21 January 2011


Published in Lombardia Itineraries

Roberto Baggio was the last name to conquer Brescia. One of the first was Attila the Hun.

Brescia itself was originally called Brixia by the Romans and was an important strategic base for their conquest north.

Last modified on 20 January 2011

Museo del Bijou of Casalmaggiore

Published in Lombardia Itineraries

The Museo del Bijou di Casalmaggiore is a very fine jewellery museum located in the province of Cremona in Lombardia. The museum was founded in 1986 and celebrates an industry which grew up in Casalmaggiore from the end of the 19th century until its demise in the 1970's.

Last modified on 18 January 2011

Pizzoccheri pasta recipe from Valtellina

Published in Lombardia Recipes

Pizzoccheri is a pasta which goes extremely well with butter and is ideal for those cold winter days in the lost valleys of the Valtellina. So lost, that even Garibaldi had second thoughts about heading into them.

Last modified on 03 January 2011

Mythical Creatures of Lombardia

Published in Lombardia Itineraries

Legends of ValcamonicaLombardia is a region of enormous historical and cultural interest, a land full of antique traditions, legends, mystery and folklore. The following itinerary has been proposed by the Associazione Culturale Itinerari based in Sesto Calende to put the visitor on the trail of witches, fairies and ghosts.

Last modified on 22 December 2010

Lombardia by Horse

Published in Lombardia Itineraries

Lombardia by Horse or 'Lombardia a Cavallo' is a neat little guide to enjoying a vacation in the region on horseback.

The guide is promoted by both the Italian Equestrian Sport Federation with the Lombardy Horse Centers and reminds us of the importance of these animals from the time of the Dukes of Mantua in the zone.

Last modified on 17 November 2010

Valley life in Livigno

Published in Lombardia Itineraries

Livigno is situated in a vast valley. It s 18 kms long and hits an altitude of 1800m framed by a chain of mountains which still higher at 3000m.

The valley forms a connection between the Stelvio and Engadina National Parks, the largest in Europe apparently.

Last modified on 17 November 2010

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