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Lodi wheelchair accessible tours day trip from Milan

Lodi wheelchair accessible tours, is a quiet and livable city, an excellent destination for a trip out of Milan.

Its small size town, did not allow it to enrich itself with impressive buildings and innovative architectures.

However, walking along its streets the visitor can appreciate the visit of fine buildings, churches and monuments.

This city is located in a particular area, almost studied, it might seem, to be halfway between more famous landmarks than it is.

The city of Lodi is between Milan and Piacenza and between Cremona and Pavia.

In Roman times Lodi was called Laus Pompeia and was an important city.

Due to the struggles with nearby Milan, it ended up destroyed and re-founded in the Middle Ages by Federico Barbarossa.

The disagreements with Milan continued until it was incorporated into the Duchy and lived in the shadow of the larger city.

It certainly cannot be said that Lodi lacks charm.

Walk the entire square perimeter of Piazza della Vittoria, walking under its arcades, you will discover the Town Hall, the Vistarini Palace and the Duomo.

You will feel that you have come to a special place!

On the other hand, it is considered one of the most beautiful squares in Italy and one of the few in the world with arcades on all four sides.

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Touring Lodi

In Lodi each style has its own church.

The first to capture attention is the Lodi Cathedral.

It has been destroyed and rebuilt several times, still retaining its authentic beauty.

Inside there are frescoes and ancient works of art and not without value.

The remains of St Bassiano, patron saint of Lodi are preserved in the crypt.

A little further on there is also a masterpiece of the Lombard Renaissance, the Civic Temple of the Beata Vergine Incoronata.

The unfinished Church of St Francis is very particular, with its mullioned windows open to the sky, while the Church of St Filippo Neri impresses with its Rococo Style.

Right next to the Cathedral of Lodi is the Palazzo Broletto, which is the building that houses the Town Hall of the city of Lodi.

This is also quite old, although not as old as the Cathedral.

It was in fact built starting from 1284 and is in neoclassical style, like the classic Broletti of Northern Italy.

While on the ground floor there are two large arcades, on the upper floor there is the loggia overlooked by the hall of the municipal council.

The gastronomic offer of Lodi is vast and nothing short of excellent and the typical dishes of the Lodi cuisine are now famous all over the world.

All the restaurants in Lodi offer excellent dishes of land and meat-based dishes.

Restaurants offering fish-based dishes are not to be excluded, which are cooked only and exclusively with local products and raw materials.

The most important thing!!!

Here in Lodi you will find the Best Ice Cream Shop in the world !!!

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