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For people staying in Stresa and deciding to visit the fort there is a problem in that the main ferry service runs very few boats there and back. The earliest you can go is 12.05 and the latest you can return is 15.54. This sounds...More
Having spent many days - and even weeks on the lake Maggiore- I went to the "dark side". And I did not regret. Angera on its own is a nice and quite town versus crowder touristic Arona and stresa on the lake's Western coast. Take...More
When visiting Arona, this is a wonderful place to explore and for taking photo's of the lake. In the summer, there are also concerts under the stars. Bring something comfortable to sit on and take in the beautiful views and sounds.
We had fun exploring this large castle. It has a HUGE doll museum that is (my guess) one of the largest and best in the world. I mean, the collection went on and on with tons of dolls and toys from the 16th century and...More
Less than 40 minutes from Malpensa, on the southern shore of Lake Maggorie, sourounded by mountains, Arona oozes Italy. The wide promenade runs the length of the city with the lake on one side and cozy streetside restaurants on the other. When you land by...More