Our town ...

Famous for the story of the nun, narrated by Alessandro Manzoni in "the Betrothed" and for the Autodromo Nazionale which annually hosts the Grand Prix of Formula One, Monza is first of all a town rich of history, green areas and architectural treasures, such as the Dome and the Royal Villa.
Taking a walk through Monza is like re-experience a piece of history of Lombardy and Italy. The city guards jealously traces of past epochs and far away Nations, starting from the Celts who founded it, to the Romans, who gave it its current name, followed by the Longobards, which were responsible for the construction of the Basilica di San Giovanni Battista and the Royal Palace of Theodolinda. Finally we remember the Habsburgs, who under the will of Maria Theresa of Austria constructed the Royal Villa.

The Royal Villa, surrounded by the green Park of Monza, represents the most important historic-artistic heritage of the city.
Another symbol of Monza, the Dome, owes its fame to the chapel of Theodolinda, which guards the Iron Crown, the precious jewel that graced the head of Federico Barbarossa, Carlo V° and Napoleon Bonaparte.

Absolutely unmissable to visit the elegant historic centre. A succession of religious buildings: Santa Maria in Strada Church, Santa Maria al Carrobiolo and San Maurizio Church, where lived Marianna De Leyva, the nun who inspired the character of the nun of Monza and where is our Monza City.

To recharge yourself you will find great opportunities for recreation, sport and wellness at Monza's Royal Park, the largest fenced park of Europe. It will be an ideal place for long walks in the shade of ancient trees and ...

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