Brianza is a territory rich in artistic heritage, a paradise for the most demanding lovers of art history, itineraries immersed in unspoiled nature, attractions to visit for an unforgettable day, shops and stupendous views. If we want to find all this in a single city, Monza is the answer. We offer you some ideas, you are spoiled for choice.
VILLA REALE DI MONZA
A neoclassical building, commissioned in 1777 by the Empress Maria Theresa of Austria, it deserves a detailed visit to the sumptuous and elegant interiors.
If Central Park is the lung of New York, the Monza Park holds the record of one of the largest enclosed parks in Europe. Inside you can admire fairy-tale villas, sports routes and the Lambro river. You will have an unforgettable walk on a bicycle.
Flagship, symbol par excellence of one of the most loved sports in Italy and in the world, this circuit is the second oldest in the world. Since 1922, Formula 1 fans have come to admire the Grand Prix held here every year.
Cathedral of Monza
A place full of charm not only for its splendid architecture, but also because it guards one of the most representative symbols of the Holy Roman Empire: the Iron Crown worn by Queen Teodolinda, Carlo Magno, Federico Barbarossa and Napoleon Bonaparte.
Moving just a little from Monza, exactly in Cesano Maderno, we offer you an immersion in a place where a luxuriant vegetation, characteristic paths, woods with a magical atmosphere, ponds frame the OIPA LIPU headquarters where live: species of very rare birds.
REGIONAL PARK OF THE LAMBRO VALLEY
Based in Triuggio, the Lambro Valley Regional Park is home to the lake of Alserio and Giussano, villas in the areas of Inverigo and Lurago and the Lambro river from which it takes its name. Place where nature is the center of attention, offers beautiful itineraries for mountain bikers or just for a relaxing walk with family or friends.