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Leonardo Greenway: from Milan to Como Lake LOMBARDIA / ITALY

Starting from 359.00

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Path characteristics
The route along the Martesana canal and the Adda river is an easy, flat cycle path. Only very short stretches are on dirt track. Recommended for all types of bikes.

Bike: city bike / E-bike




Path length: 76 Km

Difficulty: Easy
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A bike tour starting from Milan, from the Martesana canal, will lead you along a bike path to Lecco (Como lake), passing from a beautiful natural scenery to a context with a glorious past, testified by period buildings and ancient villas. Along the way, the Crespi Workers’ Village is worth a visit: built at the end of the 19th century, has been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1995 as an “extraordinary example of the phenomenon of the worker’s village, the most complete and best preserved of south Europe”.


Day 1: Individual arrival in Milan.
Hotel accommodation and briefing: delivery of information package and bicycles. Overnight stay in Milan.

Day 2: Milan – Trezzo d’Adda     40 Km
Your bike tour starts from the northern part of Milan, from the beginning of the protected cycle path of the Martesana canal, which was built in 1496 to help the connection between the city, Como Lake and Northern Europe. The route crosses a series of villages, where there are still ancient villas and towers, farmsteads, castles and signs that testify the presence and work of Leonardo Da Vinci. Just before arriving in Trezzo, your destination, on the opposite bank of the river Adda is the Crespi Workers’ Village(Unesco Heritage) Overnight stay in Trezzo d’Adda.

Day 3: Trezzo d’Adda – Lecco     36 Km
In Trezzo, in addition to its beautiful old town, you can admire the ancient Visconti Castle, whose remains are the walls and the tower from which you can enjoy an unexpected view of the Adda river and the Bergamo Pre-Alps. The cycle path to Lecco goes down on the Adda river and skirts the majestic Taccani hydroelectric power station, dating back to the beginning of the last century. The itinerary continues northwards, meeting the other historical hydroelectric plants (the first to supply electricity to the city of Milan), the rapids of the Adda river, the small dams, and arrives in Imbersago at Leonardo’s Ecomuseum, where you can admire one of the works of the genius: the ferry, which is still working. Along the way to Lecco, you will find several places where to have a pleasant break: in Brivio or near the two lakes. Overnight stay in Lecco.

Day 4: Lecco
After breakfast you can take the train to Milan.
Possibility to ask for an extra night in Lecco or Milan.



Date & Prezzi

Bike & Weekend
Start every day from March until October 2023.

€ 359,00 Package price per person in double room
€ 299,00 Package price per person in triple room
€   35,00 High season supplement (from 1 June to 15 September)
€ 100,00 Single supplement

Bike Rental
€   50,00 Bike rental
€ 105,00 E-bike rental

€   39,00 Guided Tour in Milan per person by bike (2,5 hours)
Half board possible on request
Visit to Leonardo’s Last Supper on request


What is included:
· 3 nights accomodation in hotel 3***/4****
· Breakfast
· Luggage transfer
· Briefing
· App provides GPS tracks to be used offline *
· Detailed documentation (maps, route description, places to visit)
· Assistance service
· Travel insurance

* We’ll give to the clients a code to download on their smartphone the tour map and itinerary, with points of interest, services and GPS position.

What is not included:
Travel to and from the place of departure, extras and everything not specifically listed in “What is included”.
Attention: Tourist tax – if requested – has to be paid directly on the spot.


How to get there:

By car: itineraries can be planned on

By train: for connections to the stations of Milan consult the following web e

By planeMilan has three airports: Linate (city), Malpensa (45 km) and Orio al Serio (45 km) all of them easily accessible by bus from the Central Station at affordable prices. The Malpensa airport is also connected to the Milan Cadorna railway station by the Malpensa Express. Alternatively, you can take a taxi.
To find out how to move within the city with public transportation you can check





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