Thanks to its favorable positioning, Hotel Parini is a perfect starting point for reaching the near point of interests in an easy and fast way.
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This city is famous due to the letterary masterpiece “I Promessi Sposi”, writed by Alessandro Manzoni; it’s only 12 km from Bosisio Parini and it’s easily reached in a few minutes.
The city is built on the oriental side of the Como Lake and is sorrounded by mount Grigna and mount Resegone.
Between 800 and 900 century, Lecco was one of the biggest industrial cities in Italy, taking the name “City of Iron”; furthermore, since ages past it’s a very important crossroad leading to Vlatellina.
Here are some of the main historic and cultural sites in the city: Villa Manzoni, Basilica of San Nicolo, the bell tower called “il matitone”,symbol of the city; XX Settembre square, heart of the city and the small alleys where you can find shops and cafes.
In the outskirts of Lecco you can find the alleged house of Lucia (one of the main characters of “I Promessi Sposi”) and the Pescarenico district, a small fishermen village where are located the picturesque Piazza Era and Addio Monti Park.
This city offers a large variety of routes, in particular an excursion in Adda Nord Park, a route along the river Adda full of beatiful landscapes; there are also a large number of excurion routes for trekking lovers all over the near mountains.
Capital city of the Lario region, is placed on the southern extremity of the western part of Como Lake; thanks to its natural beauty, this city is a famous turistic site, well known all over the world and an important industrial centre for silk manufactory.
Built in a privileged location, near Switzerland, this city is winded on the lakeside, that is also a great turistic location.
Another main site is the Duomo of Como, a big cathedral; the old town today preserve the historical walls and towers belonging to the Roman Age, when Como was a castrum ( a tipical roman outpost).
In Como you can visit a large number of buildings with a rationalist art style, such as Casa del Fascio, Monumento ai Caduti and Asilo di Sant’Elia.
Don’t forget to visit Villa Olmo, where are held high class level art exhibitions, and the cable railway called Funicolare, that links Como to Brunate, if you want to enjoy a breathtaking landscape.
Lombardy’s regional capital, is a big metropolis.
It’s the main city in Italy for economy and manufactory, and it’s part of the “industrial triangle”, together with Genova and Turin.
In cutural regards, this city is the main publishing centre and has a long and famous Opera tradition, thanks to the influence of Teatro della Scala.
Milano is one of the main exhibition centres in europe and is widely considered one of the capital city of fashion.
Among the most important locations you can visit the Duomo, symbol of the city with its famous square, La Scala theater,Santa Maria delle Grazie church that hosts the famous Cenacolo Leonardesco; Galleria Vittorio Emanuele,the notorious place where you can walk and see luxury stores.
Another important building is Castello Sforzesco, a castle near the centre of the city surrounded by Parco Sempione, the biggest park of Milano.
This city has a large number of museums and art galleries, the most important of all is surely Pinacoteca di Brera; together with Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Planetario and Brera’s astronomical observatory enrich the cultural landscape of Milano.
A city indeeed thrilling with life, with a modern lifestyle, full of attractions and innovation!