You’re in Milan and you want to spend an Half-day out of town? Our exciting excursion on the Lake Maggiore is the best choice for you! Accompanied by a professional guide you will visit the picturesque town of Stresa, taking a cruise on the lake and visiting the splendid Borromean Islands.
Through this exciting excursion, departing from Milan, you will have the opportunity to spend an Half-day on Lake Maggiore, an enchanting area surrounded by beautiful nature, where will visit some characteristic places like the town of Stresa, and you will also embark on a fantastic cruise to discover the islands of the lake.
The tour will start from Milan: aboard a luxury bus equipped with all comforts you will reach the charming town of Stresa, located on the Lake Maggiore.
Stresa is a unique town, founded around the 1st century AD. You will have some free time to explore this quiet place on the lake, delve in the alleys of the historic centre and eat something or browse the shops before boarding on a boat.
Lake Maggiore, also known as the Lake Verbano, is the second largest lake in Italy and is surrounded by many picturesque villages. Once you got on the boat, you will have the opportunity to admire the beautiful villas with gardens and breathtaking views, with opportunities for incredible pictures.
The cruise will turn around the archipelago of the Borromean Islands. The first stop of the cruise will be the Isola dei Pescatori, where you will dock to visit the town and explore the island.
After the visit, you will head to another island of the archipelago: the Isola Bella. Here, you can visit the sumptuous Palazzo Borromeo (not included), an 18th century building full of decorations by famous Italian painters and several Flemish tapestries of the 1500.
One you have left the island, you will then head for Stresa and you will return to Milan.
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
We recommend wearing comfortable shoes and clothing.
This tour is free for children under 3 years.