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Located at the foot of the Swiss Alps, Lake Como and Lake Maggiore are the jewels of Lombardy. Surrounded by quaint towns such as Como, Varenna, Tremezzo, and Bellagio and lined with patrician villas, the lakes offer countless opportunities for exploration. While a trip by steamboat is an ideal way to take in the views, there are many hiking trails that afford even more panoramic vistas. In the unlikely event that you tire of blue sky and blue water, the noisy commercial center of Milan is nearby, as are Mantova, Brescia, and Cremona. Lombardy is known for its incredible cheese: bel paese, gorgonzola, mascarpone, and taleggio are but a sampling of the region's delights. Other wonderful specialties include bresaola, minestrone, polenta, and risotto.
Lake Como Villas
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Nestled at the base of the Alps, Lake Como is an ideal destination for both relaxation and active pursuits. The surrounding hills offer good hiking and there are frequent ferries that tour the picturesque shoreline. The town of Como is elegant and charming. Here, the Villa Carlotta, an 18th century summer house, and the 14th century duomo should rate high on your intinerary. Popular resorts on Lake Como include Menaggio, Cernobbio, Bellaggio, Onno, Varenna, and Colico. Thanks to easy, enjoyable ferry access, the resorts make excellent day trips from our luxury Italian villas in the region. If you are searching for an italy villa or an italy apartment for your family vacation, or a villa with swimming pool for your romantic honeymoon, view our Italy villas in Como.
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Brescia (Lake Garda)
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Situated east of Milan, Brescia is Lombardy's second most important city. It boasts Roman ruins, an 11th century duomo with a 17th century exterior, and the Pinacoteca Civica Tosio Martinengo, which houses works by Raphael and Lorenzo Lotto. This area of eastern Lombardy is also an ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts: Immediately to the north lies the Parco Nazionale dello, Italy's largest national park. Within the park is the Val Camonica, a valley where over 180,000 prehistoric carvings have been discovered. Other interesting day trips from our private villas in Brescia include Mantova (southeast) and Cremona, immediately south on the A21. If you are searching for an italy villa or an italy apartment for your family vacation, or a villa with swimming pool for your romantic honeymoon, view our Italy villas in Brescia.
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