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Discover Monza Brianza

Guide to vacation in Monza and Brianza
Discover Monza Brianza - Guide to vacation in Monza and Brianza

Monza and Brianza is a young province, founded in 2004.
Monza is known for its artistic treasures, such as its cathedral, (worth seeing is the Iron Crown in the cathedral museum), its ancient, thirteenth-century town hall, known as the Arengario, and the churches of St. Peter the Martyr and Santa Maria.
Immediately north of the city lies Monza Park, one of Europe’s most important green areas. Created in the nineteenth century under the auspices of the Napoleonic viceroy Eugene Beauharnais, it was expanded in 1840. It is especially well known nowadays for the Monza car racing circuit.
In sharp contrast to life at the racetrack, the Neoclassicism of the villas imbues everything with a special atmosphere. The park originally belonged to the Royal Villa, some parts of which can be visited upon request.

Evidence of how the Brianza area was once important as a holiday resort for the noble Milanese are the villas of Inverigo in the valley of the River Lambro, a monumental complex consisting of the villas La Rotonda, Crivelli and S. Maria della Noce.

In addition to Monza Park, Parco delle Groane is also worth visiting for its important geological interest and its series of bicycle, pedestrian and equestrian paths, whereas the Brughiera Briantea Park is particularly noted for its forested area. Another park that merits a visit is Brianza Central Park, a city park that extends like a belt around the town of Seregno and consists mainly of farmland. The park includes various green areas.

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