Pontida and Bergamo

Pontida and Bergamo

This day trip (in Italian) will offer a look at the evocative language of art and art history: -at Pontida: the venerable Abbey of St. James (XI century) -at Bergamo: the sumptuous Palazzo Agliardi (XVIII century) and its painting masterpieces coming from some...
Celebrating European Cultural Patrimony 2016

Celebrating European Cultural Patrimony 2016

Together with the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, you and your family can celebrate European cultural patrimony during the officially recognized days: Saturday Sept. 24 and Sunday Sept. 25, 2016. Begun in 1991 by the European Council and the Commission, the days favor...
The Children’s Cloister

The Children’s Cloister

The “Children’s Cloister” is the most fun way to discover the best extra-curricular activities for kids for the 2016-2017 school year. It is a showcase for the best cultural, didactic, sporty and play- and spectacle-oriented activities for kids in...
Fà ballà l’oeugg! (“Look sharp!”)

Fà ballà l’oeugg! (“Look sharp!”)

Milano da Vedere has instituted its first day dedicated to the Milanese dialect: “fà ballà l’oeugg!,” which we could roughly translate as “Look sharp!” The web site, called “This is Milan” in its English version, is dedicated...

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