Make your way from Germany to one of the major world fashion and design capitals
MILAN. Not only the Milan Cathedral and the Sforza Castle but also you will find so many challenging roads concentrated
in the midst of stunning scenery, beautiful mountains, rolling foothills and pristine lakes on this tour.
“The Italian Job”, “Olympic winter games” and Italian fashion. What have these things got in common? They’re all part of the Greater Milan Tour.
Arriving in Munich, the heart of Bavaria you’ve got time to pass by the BMW Museum and get some feeling of what BWM is about. Crossing the Alps means twisty roads in perfect condition and always
a possibility to get away from the traffic. The duty free area of Livigno was one of the places where the movie “The Italian Job” was shot.
You want to get permission from your family to go on this tour just by mentioning two names? Well here are the magic words: Armani, Dolce & Gabbana. Milan being the center of the world
famous Italian fashion industry will for sure offer the chance to find one or two bargains.
On the way back towards Munich we’ll end up at Lake Garda, the biggest sweet water lake in Italy and the only lake where battle ships were fighting in World War I. Innsbruck the place of many
Olympic winter games (1964, 1976, 2012) is often called the heart of the Alps and is the last stop before getting back to Munich again.