Maggiore Lake experience
Explore Lake Maggiore and the Borromean Islands by taking a modern and comfortable ferry boat from Stresa. You will have the opportunity to navigate across the beautiful scenery of the lake and visit the superb sights on the islands. You will also admire the beautiful shoreline with quaint villages and picturesque bays. The exclusive ferry service travels between Stresa and the three Borromean Islands – Isola Bella, Isola dei Pescatori, and Isola Madre. Ideal for those who like the freedom to travel at their own pace, our tour leads to the most stunning and characteristic places on Lake Maggiore and allows You to simply relax and enjoy the beauty of the natural landscape.
The rate includes
- Private guide at disposal for 7 hours (English or French or German, or Spanish)
- Entrance at Isola Madre and Bella;
- Private boat three island
The rate does not include
- Coach at disposal
- Extra for Guide other languages on request
- Tips (to chauffeur and driver);
- All items not specified in the chapter “the prices include”.
Day 1: Lake Maggiore boat tour
Stop in Stresa. Take the modern and comfortable ferry, which takes You to the most stunning and characteristic places on Lake Maggiore, the Borromean Islands. Enjoy a boat tour of the beautiful Lake Maggiore.
Lake Maggiore, one of Italy’s major alpine lakes that contains numerous traces of the presence the Borromeo family. Stop in Stresa and embarque and starts of the tour of the three borromean Islands. Isola Madre houses one of the most ancient Italian botanical gardens. On Isola Bella you will be able to visit the sumptuous palace – home of the Borromean family, which keeps priceless artworks. On the contrary, Isola Pescatori is the only Borromean Island to be inhabited all the year through; it houses a small village with a small square surrounded by tight and winding alleys.
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