Milan, the county town of Lombardy, is the most important Italian city concerning economy and administration. Milan also represents one of the most populated metropolitan areas of Europe.
In the worldwide list of the most visited cities, Milan is in the top 15, 7th in Europe and 2nd in Italy: besides its economic importance in finance, in media, in industry and science, a lot of tourists are attracted by museums, cultural events linked to fashion, design, theatre, and literature. Another important aspect is due to the fact that it's very easy to reach holiday places like Lake Como and Lake Lecco, the Mountains of Valtellina and its close valleys, as well as for those who want to go to the seaside or to artistic and cultural destinations.
Milan is actually the most important transport junction of Northern Italy, with its roads and highways passing through, it also plays a big role in national and international railway connections, as well as for its 3 international airports that link Milan to the most important cities of Europe and of the whole World.
Many coach lines run from Milan in order to reach quickly and comfortably several Italian and international tourist places.
It's possible to go skiing or to spend summer holidays in many towns of Trentino, like Marilleva. In fact, Autostradale offers many connections that leave from the Lampugnano Bus Station terminus, next to the metro station, and reach mountain destinations of Trentino, passing through cities like Sesto San Giovanni, Bergamo, Brescia and small villages like Pinzolo, Madonna di Campiglio and Folgarida.