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Monza Historic Center Segway PT Authorized Tour

Segway PT Tour Monza Centro Storico

MONZA AND ITS MEDIEVAL HISTORIC CENTER IN SEGWAY PT!

This itinerary is designed for those who wish to know the most meaningful works of art and architecture in the historic centre of Monza.

Starting out from Villa Reale -GPS 45°35'36.2"N 9°16'25.5"E- we reach “New Bridge” (Ponte Nuovo), the ancient gateway to the city of Monza and then running alongside a section of the man-made Lambretto canal, which was built by order of Azzone Visconti between 1333 and 1336 and which, in the Middle Ages, was topped by a fortified wall. We stop to visit the ancient San Gerado hospital and slightly beyond, to see the Roman-age “d’Arena bridge”. Then we continue our reminiscences of Manzoni in Monza at the “St Maurice Cloister”.

The path also reaches the ancient Spalto Isolino mill and Largo Mazzini, the square near the railway station, which was the second station built in Italy. Then we proceed to the Cathedral rebuilt in gothic shape since 1300s, passing Santa Maria in Strada, a Franciscan church in the Lombard gothic style.

The itinerary offers the tourist an opportunity to see the most important goldsmith works of late antiquity, to appreciate some of the prime sculptors of Campion and to view the frescos in the Zavattari Chapel, a late Lombard gothic gem that holds the “Iron Crown” (Corona Ferrea).

The visit continues along Via Lambro which once held the “Salt Customs House” and which still has signs of the ancient tower  houseand shuttered houses. Finally the itinerary ends with an analysis of the Arengario (city hall) and the Dominican cloister San Pietro Martire.

CSTRents guarantees a top quality service and the high competence of the supplying team.

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