From its imposing historic centre and fashion districts to the countryside outskirts, Milan is a rare and appealing mixture of ancient values and contemporary lifestyle.
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The Navigli area features an abundance of restaurants, ranging from pizzerias to fine seafood haunts, while Piazza del Duomo, boasting the Milan Cathedral, one of the largest cathedrals in the world guarding the city’s cobblestoned streets since 1385, opens to shops, theatres, museums, and galleries in the city centre.
One of the most exclusive Italian destinations. For art, design, architecture, fashion and food...
You can find the most amazing shops, building, gardens, restaurants as soon as you start searching...
Big fashion names can be found in the Corso Buenos Aires or Corso Vercelli, and cultural sights are plentiful...
And if you have the time to explore…the food is simply outstanding...
Teatro alla Scala
Opera fans and theatre lovers, this is the perfect Milan activity for you and an experience you’ll never forget! Join this La Scala Theatre and museum tour for a unique opportunity to discover the secrets of one of the most famous opera houses in the world.
Visit the La Scala Museum, home to a fascinating collection of costumes, musical instruments and portraits. You'll also pass through the La Scala Theatre foyer and see its beautiful auditorium, stage and pit orchestra from the boxes!
You can also visit the theatre museum and bookshop, where you can admire paintings and musical instruments dedicated to great Italian composers, and learn more about the opera house’s history. See portraits of famous Italian maestros, such as Giuseppe Verdi and Arturo Toscanini.
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Italy's second-largest lake, Maggiore is one of Europe's more graceful corners. Arrayed around the lakeshore are a series of pretty towns: Stresa, Verbania, Cannobio and, on the Swiss side of the border, Locarno, and these serve as gateways to gorgeous Maggiore islands.
Behind the towns, wooded hillsides rise, strewn with decadent villas, lush botanical gardens and even the occasional castle. Further still from the lake shore, but not as far as you might think, the snow-capped peaks of Switzerland provide the perfect backdrop
Marble, stucco, tapestries and paintings Baroque at its most astonishing
Palazzo Borromeo was commissioned by Carlo III in 1632 and dedicated to his wife Isabella D'Adda, from whom the island takes its name.
The heart of Palazzo Borromeo, the Galleria Berthier is a mosaic of over 130 paintings including masterpieces, top-level artworks and, following a practise that is recurrent in other noble collections of the period, a number of copies of the great masters of the past of the calibre of Raphael, Correggio, Titian and Guido Reni.
Pebbles and fragments of tufa, stucco and marble decorate the six grottoes created at the wishes of Vitaliano VI Borromeo to amaze his guests and protect them from the summer heat. A unique and very striking project that seems to transport you into a magical marine world.
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Castles and Villas
Beautiful villas and imposing fortresses and castles are located around the lake and its islands and bear witness to the history and culture enriching the charm of this place: the Castello Visconteo of Locarno, the Rocca of Arona and the Rocca Borromea Angera which now houses a doll's museum.
The XVIII century Villa Ponti in Arona and Villa Treves in Belgirate, which hosted Gabriele D'Annunzio and Giovanni Verga among its guests, are just some of the very interesting villas.
Villa Ducale and Villa Pallavicini with its zoological park are located in Stresa, whilst the splendid Verbania hosts many beautiful villas such as Villa Giulia and Villa Taranto and the nearby Villa San Remigio.
Botanical gardens, parks and nature reserves
Nature lovers will find Lake Maggiore the ideal place to spend their holidays thanks to the many botanical gardens, including Villa Taranto with more than a thousand plants, Alpinia extending over 40,000 sq.m., the Camelia Park in the Locarno and the gardens located in the various islands.
There are also many natural reserves such as the National Park of Val Grande and the Natural Park of the Ticino Valley, a UNESCO biosphere reserve.
The Itinerary: 8 days / 7 nights
Day 1. After landing in Milan you will begin your trip and stay overnight
Day 2. Enjoy your day in Milan and stay overnight
Day 3. Enjoy your day in Milan and stay overnight
Day 4. Train from Milan to lake Maggiore (1,5 hours). Enjoy your first day near wonderful lake and stay overnight
Day 5. Enjoy your day near lake and stay overnight
Day 6. Enjoy your day near lake and stay overnight
Day 7. Train from lake Maggiore to Milan (1,5 hours) and stay overnight
Day 8. Have a good breakfast in your hotel, have few hours in Milan and fly back home.
* The price of the hotel is based on a double room, so you will need to buy a trip for two.
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