Rural and Food & Wine Tourism

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Bordered by three rivers, two of which (the Po and the Adda) have considerable tourist potential, the Lodigiano is the ideal place for relaxing one-day trips in touch with nature.

The area has also exploited its waters to become an agricultural stronghold.

Here, a thousand years ago, Benedictine monks developed an extraordinary irrigation system, still existing today, that made the fortune of local agriculture. Intensive farming is practiced here, characterized by a high level of entrepreneurship and the biggest average business size in Europe.

In the Lodigiano, some of Europe’s most advanced farms operate in a context of architecturally fine old farmsteads.

Traditional local products such as cheeses, rice and cured meats are promoted by the long-established Gastronomic Show, an event that involves thirty or so Lodigiano restaurants and attracts about 30 thousand people in search of gastronomic delights.


Lodigiano Products

Lodigiano Products

Agritourisms

Agritourisms

Educational Farms

Educational Farms

Food & Wine Show

Food & Wine Show

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