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Pavia is a dynamic and modern town in the heart of the Lombard plain.
Seat of one of the oldest universities in the world, it saw the passage of illustrious professors such as Alessandro Volta and Ugo Foscolo. Rich in art, culture and nature.
Its history begins in the Romanesque era and finds the apex of its pride by becoming the capital of the Lombard Kingdom. It preserves many testimonies of this history in the prestigious Civic Museums of the Visconti Castle.
Several itineraries allow you to appreciate the historical monuments and works of art created over many centuries and kept in the city: San Pietro in Ciel d'Oro where the remains of Sant'Agostino are kept, the Basilica of San Teodoro with its Romanesque and Renaissance frescoes, the Basilica of San MicheleMaggiore, a masterpiece of the Pavese Romanesque style as well as the numerous towers thanks to which Pavia has earned the nickname of "city of 100 towers".
Do not miss a walk on the romantic Ponte Vecchio that connects the historic center with the picturesque district of Borgo Ticino.
The Musei Lombardia Pass is the card that allows you to freely and whenever you wish to access museums, royal residences, villas, gardens, towers, permanent and temporary collections and exhibitions in Milano and the cities of art in Lombardy.
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