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Ponte Dei Leoni

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Ponte Dei Leoni

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Monza has a medieval town center since it was the base of the Longobard kingdom in the 5th and 6th century. During this tour, we will see the splendid 14th century Cathedral of Monza, then we will walk to the park of Monza - a green wide 700 ha. park which also houses the famous 17th century Royal Villa built during the Austrian kingdom. The royal villa hosted the Austrian emperors, Napoleon Bonaparte, the queen of Austria, the Italian king Umberto, and many other famous people of the past. You will also enter to the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza F1 famous racetrack seeing the tribunes and the main turns, not going along the track but only along the perimeter. This is a private guided tour only for your group. It is also possible to rent bikes to go around the park seeing the old racing cars circuit.
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Kubidono wrote a review Dec 2019
87 contributions93 helpful votes
Lovely old bridge with lions sat on either sides of it connecting it from one part of the town to the other. This bridge forms part of a trail (Acqua river route) which you can go on and covers other bridges too. The route where you can start is Torretta Viscontea then walk for about 530m to Ponte dei Leoni / Ponte Romano d’Arena, walk 180m to Ponte di San Gerardino, walk 100m to Mulino Colombo before finally walking 470m to Ponte Nuovo. Total distance 1280m. There is other walks/trails you can go on as well, this is an amazing town with lots of hidden gems and it’s just a matter of going there and look out for them.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Daniel19721972 wrote a review Oct 2018
Leuven, Belgium739 contributions303 helpful votes
this nice old bridge is connecting 2 parts of the Monza city. At the moment I visited; the river below was empty and completely dried up.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Baross wrote a review Dec 2017
Spikkestad, Norway1,342 contributions131 helpful votes
This bridge was build to connect town part together. The name of the river had the name Lambro. This was build in 1842 in the remains of the roman bridge of Arena for the opening of via ferdinandea. Not much water inside it when I was there some part here and there totally empty for water. The lions on the bridge was nice. I put into a photo that say all history about this bridge.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Panewcia wrote a review Sep 2017
Trzebnica, Poland69 contributions12 helpful votes
We visited Monza on our way back from Milan to Lecco. Our main purpose was to see racing circuit. It seems that Monza should be on everybody's way. It's one of the beautiest towns we've ever been to. On the bridge you can see leftovers of The Roman's Bridge.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Don B wrote a review Aug 2016
Sydney, Australia4,921 contributions347 helpful votes
This is not one of the world's most talked about, beautiful or historic bridges. It lacks the appeal of the Ponte Vecchio, Ponte di Rialto, Tower Bridge, the Golden Gate Bridge and a host of others. It simply spans a minor river called the Lambro. We regularly have to cross it to reach my wife's favourite shoe shop on the opposite side.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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