Agirturismo Le Fornase
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Day 2: Como, Bellagio, Varenna, Bergamo, Brescia After breakfast (included) set off on a short visit of Como, a small town with amazing natural pan aromas of the mountain, valley and Lake Como. Visit Bellagio by boat. Bellagio is renowned for its beautiful beach. Stroll the streets of Bellagio. Lunch in Bellagio ( at own cost). Continue on to …
... San Giulio for s short visit. Then tour by boat to reach the island of San Giulio. Ferry back to Orta and depart by bus for Stressa, a quaint town on shores of Lake Maggiore. Free time in Stressa and then board a boat for Pescatori Island (Fisherman Island) Continue to Bella Island to visit Borromeo Palace, known for its magnificent gardens. Return to Stressa - free time. Early evening departure for ...
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In the right hand corner as you look up is a white balcony. It is exactly how I remembered it. In the centre of her piazza is a statue of Juliet herself. One of her breasts is really gold. Legend has it that if you touch the gold breast you will be lucky in love. I remember when I was 18 I was too mortified to touch her boob as I thought it was rude. Nothing stopped me this time. I am 31 and ...
... Porto of Vincenza in 1531). Alas, if the story of the Capuletis' and the Montecchi' had not been retold by William Shakespeare, the world would never have known the romantic tale of Romeo and Juliet! Monday we took a magnificent road trip into the "Little Dolomites", a mere 30 kilometers from the city. We made a brief stop at Montorio Castle (medieval look-out post) before heading into the cold and snow, the Austrian influence of the area unmistakeable in the ...
... soaring mountains to the north and softer hills to the south, we will spend the night there before driving further north to Lake Como. Along the way it was nice to pass through some hills after the flat countryside around Venice, we were in wine growing country, we passed miles and miles of vines originally the monks of the area were given special privileges to work the land and produce wine. As we approached the ...