To the West of Piazza Dante and Piazza Cioccaro lies Lugano’s hill. A small altitude difference separates the railroad station from the city centre.
Via Nassa is one of Lugano’s historical streets - its particular and sophisticated shops will accompany you in your shopping.
The Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli is the most important church of Lugano. It contains the famous Renaissance fresco of the Passion and the Crucifixion by the Italian artist Bernardino Luini.
Lugano’s new cultural centre, LAC Lugano Arte e Cultura was created with the aim of adding value to the cultural and artistic life of the city and the region. It is endowed with a concert and theatre hall and a museum, the first in the region designed for this purpose.
A short walk from the lively center of Lugano lies the Parco Ciani, a destination for many tourists who come there to admire what is considered one of the most beautiful Swiss parks.
Appreciate the splendor of Monte Rosa, the Bernese and Vallese Alps as seen from the top of Switzerland's sunniest mountain.
The town of Brè has maintained its characteristics of ancient rural village and has gradually enriched itself with numerous artistic works.
This path passes through an area where the remains of ancient olive trees may still be seen and in which the olive tree has just recently been re-introduced.
This fishermen village is quite unique, perched at the bottom of Mount Brè, and it’s rightly famous for its wonderful and romantic atmosphere.
The Museum hosts precious evidence of Hermann Hesse’s last 43 years in Montagnola up until his death.