- The city of Milan positions Lombardy as the most populous of Italy’s regions, accounting for a large share of the country’s economy and urban activity.
- For the outdoor lover, the area is rich with unspoiled land, moutains, lakes, and vineyards that produce Franciacorta wine.
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Main image – Clash of clouds. Valmalenco, Italy. Marek Piwnicki on Unsplash
View of Milan skyline – Photo by Andrea Ferrario on Unsplash
Milan Duomo – Photo by Mattia Righetti on Unsplash
Milan street – Photo by Julia Solonina on Unsplash
Vineyard in autumn, Franciacorta, Brescia. Photo 199776149 © Roberto Maggioni | Dreamstime.com
Valley in the Italian Alps – Photo by Marek Piwnicki on Unsplash
Provaglio, Franciacorta. Photo 11345406 Mario Bonotto Dreamstime.com
Lake at sunset – Photo by Helena Pfisterer on Unsplash
Arial view of Alpe Gera Dam in Lombardy – Photo by Marek Piwnicki on Unsplash