Milan us the main city of this Region and one that is often overlooked. The famous lakes Maggiore and Garda and popular destinations. Slightly less well known, but equally impressive are the lakes of Orta and Iseo and the Valleys of brembana and Seriana, Includes the cities of Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Cremona, Lecco, Lodi, Mantova, Milano, Pavia, Porto Mantovano, Sondrio, Varese
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Located in the centre of the Citta Alta, and part of the 13th-cnetory Tower of Gombit, the Gombit Hotel is a smart choice for a hotel in Bergamo. It is part of the Design Group of hotels. The interior has beautiful stone walls. There are 13 guest rooms. On our 2017 stay, we had a room that was like a suite, with a sitting area removed from the bed area. An excellent breakfast in a smart dining room. Helpful staff. A very pleasant stay.
via Santa Maddalena
Porto Mantovano 46047
Italy. Tel: (0376) 398238
Visited in 1995, the villa has been in the family for centuries. Lena Schiarino is painstakingly refurbishing the large villa with the fresco walls. Comfortable rooms. Breakfast in the big house. Friendly. A little English spoken. Just minutes from the very interesting town of Mantova/Mantovano which is a town that is not to be missed.
On our 2008 trip we stayed in at the Hotel Aurora in Lezzeno which is located about 6 km from Bellagio.
We ate every night at the hotel restaurant, which is located in a covered patio just across the road. When we look back, we know why we ate there everynight. The food was great. Their house presseco vine was very well priced and we enjoyed many a bottle! The cheese-pear ravoli is a dish we talk about as being right up there with the best dishes of the entire trip.
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