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The perfect region for your holidays between mountain and lake. Trips, congresses, families, small and big events, culture, outdoor excursions, fun and relaxation in Lago Maggiore, Orta Lake and surroundings.
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We loved our stay at lake maggiore but july- august is not the best month to go with teenagers unless you have a boat or nice swimmingpool. There is not that much to do otherwise unless terrasses or restaurants. Another month - may or oktober...More
Stayed in Stresa to explore this lake by boat The picturesque fishing villages on Lake Maggiore are a sight to see. Clusters of rainbow-coloured buildings pepper the shoreline giving each village its own unique personality.
Plenty of photo opportunities with the stunning scenery.
we stayed in Stresa and took boat trips around the lake, including to the nearby Borromean Islands. Everywhere is so beautiful - the scenery is stunning. Large lake, with stony beaches, excellent boat service and lots to do and see.
We were only there for...More
Arrange to take the Lago Maggiore Express. There are two options. We took a 30 minute train from Stresa to Dommodosola where we caught a narrow gauge railway up into and over the mountains to Locarno, Switzerland. Really scenic ride up the mountains and across...More
Three years in a row! What can I say! Stayed for the third year in a row at Casaevela in Oggebbio. Silvia, Irene and Leonardo And all the staff are wonderful. Bring a car, prepare for quiet, and enjoy..🤫 oh! The food is good!!
Even in June, with millions of tourists, the boat service around the lake is terrific. It’s worth getting to the Imbarcadero a bit ahead of time as there are usually a few confused tourists shouting at the ticket sellers in the wrong language. However every...More