Cycling among the CityLife skyscrapers, the fashion district, the Cathedral and the Sforzesco Castle, you will discover that Milan is a town without rivers, but built
on water. The rich and lively capital city of the region Lombardy is located in the heart of a widespread net of canals, the so-called navigli, which connect the city
to the lakes Maggiore and Como. You will have the chance to cycle along these ancient waterways, today converted into beautiful cycle paths, in a varied landscape: from the hectic town tothe quiet countryside, up to the big lakes, where you will finally admire wonderful Bellagio and the famous two branches of Lake Como.
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