Italian Lakes


Your English-speaking driver will pick you up at the Hotel and take you through a visit of the western shores on Lake Como with its villas. Starting from Cernobbio, home of the famous Villa d’Este, one of the most celebrated hotels in the Country, you will have some time to roam in the Village.

Villa Balbianello in Lenno, built by Cardinal Angelo Maria Durini at the end of the 18th century, is on the tip of the Balbianello promontory, almost opposite Bellagio. Villa Carlotta in Tremezzo, has wonderful gardens and works of art inside the villa which today is a museum.

Keep driving until you reach Bellagio which is known as the “Pearl of the lake” thanks to its unique position on the tip of a promontory in the middle of the lake. Cobbled streets, narrow alleyways, shops selling local handicrafts and the numerous bars and restaurants make it special. In Bellagio, visit the gardens of Villa Melzi

Your driver will arrange an unforgettable lunch at ‘Mistral’, the restaurant of Villa Serbelloni, where the best food meets the stunning view of the Lake.
You will then have time for exploring the village and do some shopping before going back to your hotel.
Start planning your tour of Italy today.

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Your English-speaking driver will pick you up at your hotel and take you to Lake Maggiore through the marvelous foothills of Lombardia’s Alps.

Upon arrival at Stresa, whcih is a picturesque village overlooking the lake, noted for its luxury villas, you will have a nice lunch at a local quaint restaurant before you will embark on your private boat to reach and visit the fairytales like Borromeo Islands (Isola Bella, with its Palazzo Borromeo and the uniques Albino Peacocks strolling on its beautiful Gardens, Isola Madre and Isoledei Pescatori).

Once you get back ashore, your driver will be waiting for you to take you back to your Hotel. Start planning your tour of Italy today.

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Another beautiful gem of the great tradition of Italian wines is Franciacorta, home of Italian version of Champagne; it is considered the only compact area producing world class sparkling wine in Italy.

Tucked between the southern shores of the Lake Iseo and the city of Brescia at the footsteps of the Lombard Alps, it is an area that dates back to the monastic institutions around the year 700AD.

Your will be able to taste the local foods at a local farm and enjoy the amazing culinary experience at one of the great restaurant in the area.

Your wine tour will be held at Bellavista, the iconic producer of some of the most refined Italian sparkling wines.

Here you will be introduced to their vineyards, their production and their wine cellars and you will be able to see what is the Metodo Classico, the only method of wine making allowed in the area to produce DOCG sparkling wines.

Lake Iseo is only few miles away, the fourth largest lake of the region and it remains one of outstanding natural beauty, with its lush green mountains surrounding the crystal clear lake with the opportunity to explore some of its several medieval towns lodged around the lake, such as Iseo and Sarnico, to conclude this out of the beaten path day driving around the narrow streets carved into the mountains.

Experiencing the stunning beauty and amazing flavors of this northern part of Italy are memories that will last long after your driver returns you to your hotel.

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