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The beauty of Lake Maggiore has been well-documented throughout history, with its clear waters said to have come from the teardrops of unrequited lovers. Once a preferred hideaway for 19th-century aristocrats, the palatial villas and landscape gardens still remain along with a variety of picturesque lakeside towns where you can shop the local produce and enjoy the region’s wines. 

In addition to beautiful gardens and charming boutique shops, visitors to this lake can't leave without taking a trip to the Borromean Islands. Isola Bella, Isola Madre and Isloa dei Pescatori can be reached by a short boat trip and offer visitors the chance to wander around the grand palazzos taking in the architecture and art collections, while botanists will enjoy the delightful gardens that date back to the 17th century.

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Visit Lake Maggiore

The beauty of Lake Maggiore has been well-documented throughout history, with its clear waters said to have come from the teardrops of unrequited lovers. Once a preferred hideaway for 19th-century aristocrats, the palatial villas and landscape gardens still remain along with a variety of picturesque lakeside towns where you can shop the local produce and enjoy the region’s wines. 

In addition to beautiful gardens and charming boutique shops, visitors to this lake can't leave without taking a trip to the Borromean Islands. Isola Bella, Isola Madre and Isloa dei Pescatori can be reached by a short boat trip and offer visitors the chance to wander around the grand palazzos taking in the architecture and art collections, while botanists will enjoy the delightful gardens that date back to the 17th century.