The eighteenth century is the century of holiday par excellence. In Lombardy, half of exception for climate and landscape was, among others, the Brianza, where the landed gentry in Milan, looking for a place easy to reach and from where you could bring the agricultural products in the city, was competing for create the most beautiful and magnificent villas with gardens. Villa Perego of Cremnago is a splendid example of this phenomenon. The Villa built at the beginning of 700, a national monument and part of Great Italian Gardens, offers the possibility of overnight stays in an exclusive suite at the center of a huge Italian garden with old trees and rare species.
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