Cremona is a beautiful small city located about 100 km southeast of Milan. It is famous for its musical history and traditions, including some of the greatest luthiers such as Amati, Guarneri and Stradivari. The traditional violin craftsmanship is in the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage. Our guided tours of Cremona will show you the masterpieces of the Renaissance art. The city is also known for its “torrone”, a candy made of almonds and honey. This is an ideal day trip from Milan if you like music and want to experience a magical place where past and present live together.

top attractions

Cremona Cathedral

The Cathedral of Cremona is particulary meaningful and is wordly renowned as the Sistine Chapel of Northern Italy. The interior includes superb paintings and decorations, and what it is considered to be a thorn from Jesus’s crown.

Church of San Sigismondo

This church was founded in 1463 to celebrate the union between two powerful rival families, the Visconti and the Sforza. It is an important site of the Lombard mannerism.

Violin Museum

It is a musical instrument museum famous for its collection of stringed instruments crafted by renowned luthiers including Stradivari and Guarneri. It is divided into 10 rooms where visitors can explore the history of violinmaking in Cremona.

Top Attraction
2hrs30min

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2hrs30min

Runs on: 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 1

Currency

Euro

Winter Lowest/Highest

-3/4° C

Summer Lowest/Highest

16/29° C

Language

Italian

Good Morning

Buongiorno

Good Evening

Buonasera

Drink

Gutturnio

Eat

Torrone

FAQ

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