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Joan Miró: The Poetry of Forms

1. Joan Miró: The Poetry of Forms

Joan Miró, a world-famous master of contemporary art, is one of the leading figures of the change of direction that took place in the history of art at the beginning of the 20th century. Mirò will be the great protagonist of the exhibition at the Villa Reale in Monza. The exhibition offers a journey into his life, through a set of works that illustrate the artist's career in the fields of painting, engraving and illustrated books. All are at the same time linked to the artist's interest in literature and the friendship that he maintained throughout his life with writers, poets and some of the main European publishers of the last century. The exhibition is open from Wednesday to Friday from 10am to 4pm (ticket office closes at 3pm) Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 10.30am to 6.30pm (ticket office closes at 5.30pm). Closed Monday and Tuesday except holidays

Monza: Exploring the elegance of Monza with a walking tour

2. Monza: Exploring the elegance of Monza with a walking tour

Are you ready for an exciting tour of Monza? I will guide you through some of the city's most beautiful and interesting sights. We will start our tour by visiting the majestic Monza Cathedral, an architectural jewel dating back to the 13th century. We can't miss a walk on the suggestive Ponte dei Leoni (Bridge of Lions), overlooking the Lambro river. We will continue our tour by heading to the Arengario, located in Piazza Roma, a fascinating historical building that hosts art and cultural exhibitions. Finally, we will conclude our tour by visiting the magnificent Villa Reale in Monza and its splendid surrounding park, an oasis of tranquillity and beauty. I hope you are excited to discover all that Monza has to offer. Get ready for an unforgettable experience that will leave you speechless!

Escape Room across Monza

3. Escape Room across Monza

Hunt for clues, crack codes and solve puzzles - just like in a great escape room. A dozen clues placed in the streets and shops of the old town, that only the smartest will find. You’ll find hidden symbols in a record store or a cryptic message in a pizzeria. Every object is a piece of a bigger puzzle. The challenges become increasingly more difficult. Sato Code is no game for kids: we recommend active participation from the age of 13. You’ll need to unleash all your brainpower to unravel the mystery. Only together with your team of brainiacs, you’ll master this game. The game unfolds in the city centre, starting at Piazza Carrobiolo and going towards Piazza Trento e Trieste. You'll not only pass by Monza's iconic landmarks, but also uncover some hidden gems that only few visitors come across. Don't settle for a usual tourist outing – try this escape game!

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