A wide range that meets the tastes and expectations of visitors
Orta San Giulio in Novara
Live show fans can enjoy unique performances around Lake Maggiore, such as the Stresa Festival, which hosts classical concerts from May to September. In the summer the number of shows increases and there really is something for everyone:
Ringtones on stones In the VCO caves, the
Koziano Ancient Music Festival In June JazzAscona at the end of June, moon and stars In July, the Locarno Festival in August, the Varese Estense Festival dedicated to opera, as well as Novara Jazz concerts.
Do you like being active outdoors? Then you can indulge here all year round! In winter, you can ski in Bosco Gurin using the ski lifts of the Ossola Valley, or zip through the ice of Monte Rosa or Formazza Valley. Also great: cross-country skiing in Varese before the Alps in Prinzio and Conardo. The mild climate makes cycling around the lakes fun even in winter. In the spring, all kinds of different hiking trails invite you to stroll and there are plenty of opportunities to take part in excursions and tours to villages, museums, castles, churches and villas with lush gardens. In the fall, but also in other seasons, you can have fun on the golf courses in Arona, Stresa, Luvinate, Varese, Solbiate Olona, Bogogno and Agrate Conturbia, both in Italy and Switzerland. Then there are great excursions to enjoy in all seasons: to the Borromean Islands, with its enchanting Borromeo Palace and its gardens, to the Brissago Islands, the Santa Caterina Museum, Ronco sopra Ascona, and to the Canton Botanical Gardens. Ticino.
Lake Maggiore is easily accessible by all means of transportation: by plane, train and by car
Ascona-Locarno. Foto: Alessio Pizzicannella
Due to the location of the nearby Malpensa International Airport, Lake Maggiore is easily accessible from all over the world. You are also in Via Linate, the other airport in Milan no time at your destination. If you come by train, it is more convenient to travel from Milan to Domodossola, or from Paris by TGV, with a change in Basel or Geneva. There are two main connections if you come by car: the A8 motorway and the A26 Genoa-Gravellona Toce motorway.
This activity is funded by Interreg VA Italy Switzerland Cooperation Program 2018-2021, “AMALAKE” project.
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