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Looking for a quaint little village near Milan

Dedham...
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Looking for a quaint little village near Milan

My family and I are planning a trip to Northern Italy with a group of friends. We are taking a tour. After the tour, we would like to spend a few extra days in a quaint little town in Northern Italy, somewhere near Milan, as we will fly back to the states from there. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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1. Re: Looking for a quaint little village near Milan

Pizzighettone, few km south-east of Lodi. In central Lombardy is the only well preserved walled village (may be little town is more appropriate) together with Soncino.

Haven't been there but read the Pro Loco is very active organising events

Alternatively, Castell'Arquato near Piacenza. Experienced a stay there before to depart from Milan Malpensa.

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2. Re: Looking for a quaint little village near Milan

Consider Morimondo - Morimondo has a gorgeous 12th century Cistercian abbey.

tripadvisor.com/…27397182

Or Certosa di Pavia with easy bus connections to Milan, monastery....

www.prolococertosadipavia.it/index.php…

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3. Re: Looking for a quaint little village near Milan

Bergamo. Check it out.

4. Re: Looking for a quaint little village near Milan

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