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7 ideas para hacer cerca de Milán

La capital de la moda, en el norte de Italia, es una gran ciudad con atractivos suficientes para visitarla durante 2 o 3 días, pero para los que nos gusta más el campo y la montaña, puede resultar un poco agobiante. Por eso te presento estas ideas a más o menos una hora de Milán para disfrutar en una escapada a la región de Lombardía, que, por ahora, es mi favorita de Italia.

Víctor Gómez | 4 October 2016

La Villa Real de Monza, o como un palacio explica la vida aristocrática

Visitar Italia sabes que va a ser un baño en la belleza. Mas muchas veces cuesta encontrar un significado detrás de esta estética si no eres un entendido en el tema, o si sólo tienes unos segundos para quedarte embobado con lo bonito que es, sin tiempo a fijarte en los detalles, a dejar que las sensaciones fluyan para entender qué estas viendo. En la Villa Real de Monza, cercana a Milán, me ocurrió todo lo contrario

Víctor Gómez | 20 September 2016

Monza durante un día de carreras

Monza es más que otra bonita ciudad italiana con una catedral repleta de pinturas, que otra parada en el camino en el que disfrutar de un buen plato de pasta, que un circuito de Fórmula 1, aunque no lo parezca si la visitas el mismo fin de semana que este gran espectáculo automovilístico.

Víctor Gómez | 20 September 2016

The Formula 1 in Italy: Monza Covered in Red

Travel is a lot about senses, but it’s also about experiences and atmosphere. Each destination got its own and then there are specific events which adds on top of it.

One of those specific events is the F1 Grand Prix in Monza. At the moment you drive towards the circuit, you see masses of people who also head there. Most of them in red, wearing Ferrari outfits and flags. Then you enter the grounds and you realize the size of this whole event. There are hundreds of people who take care that it all goes smoothly. You turn around a corner and there it is… the sound of the first engines, somewhere far from the paddock area, where the engines are getting tested and warmed up and still the sound make it to your ears. You get closer, the sounds get louder, the smell of tires and oil gets added, more people arrive. The excitement gets bigger every minute.

Melvin Boecher | 13 September 2016

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Travel is a lot about senses, but it’s also about experiences and atmosphere. Each destination got its own and then there are specific events which adds on top of it.

 

One of those specific events is the F1 Grand Prix in Monza. At the moment you drive towards the circuit, you see masses of people who also head there. Most of them in red, wearing Ferrari outfits and flags. Then you enter the grounds and you realize the size of this whole event. There are hundreds of people who take care that it all goes smoothly. You turn around a corner and there it is… the sound of the first engines, somewhere far from the paddock area, where the engines are getting tested and warmed up and still the sound make it to your ears. You get closer, the sounds get louder, the smell of tires and oil gets added, more people arrive.  The excitement gets bigger every minute.

 

You walk around and then the whole spectacle starts… the first race is on its way. The GP3 cars drive their rounds and you know it’s about time to get to your spot and to enjoy the full show.

Reviews

The atmosphere of racing in Monza because the Gran Prix was a very special sensation and one of the things that I liked most, with all the city with many sports cars and people enjoying these party days.

Bloggers and Instagramers on Lake Garda!

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Today our tour of Lake Garda kicks off with a superstar team! Take a look at who will be with us from the 9-12th while we explore the lake and the charming towns that surround it!  Be sure to follow #inLombardia365 on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for more! Thomas_K Born in the mid 1980s in West-Berlin in times of upheaval […]

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9 September 2016

Top 10 Photos from Monza and Brianza

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Our tour of Monza and Brianza is at an end and tomorrow we take off for Lake Garda for the next adventure! Get ready to follow the group as they hit the lake before Summer comes to an end. In the meantime, check out our Top 10 photos from the tour!     – monza […]

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8 September 2016

Itineraries through history and art: the spirit of Monza

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Monza is a Roman, Longobard, Medieval, Hapsburg, and Napoleonic city. A city of art and culture, but also with rich natural scenery. It’s rich past has left its mark on the historic center where you can begin some of the historic tours to uncover the significant monuments and locations of the city and of the […]

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7 September 2016

The Royal Gardens of Monza

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The Royal Gardens surround the architectural complex of the Royal Villa and represent the pure elegance, refinement, and historic heritage of the property. Created in the late 18th century, the English style garden here in the north of Italy seems to be left to the hands of the mother nature. However, with carefully organized rows […]

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6 September 2016