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Northern Italy, the world of Alps, is a real paradise for mountain skiers and the most international region of the country bordering Slovenia, Austria, Switzerland and France.
It’s the place where different activities can be easily mixed. Alongside skiing in Valle d’Aosta or Dolomiti di Brenta you might have non-skiing days with shopping in Milan, having fun activities in San-Remo or enjoying the melancholic charm of Venice.
Natural Beauties and Lakes
Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy and one of the most popular holiday locations both for the locals and tourists. The incredibly beautiful landscapes around Lake Garda will leave you speechless for sure. An amazing mixture of hills covered with flourishing vegetation and small terracotta villages creates the most idyllic atmosphere of the place. From the lakeside towns of Sirmione and Bardolino day trips or longer excursions to Lake Garda are easy to take.
The Nardis Waterfalls (Cascata di Nardis) is considered to be the second largest lake in Italy. The majestic waterfall with its rushing waters is not only beautiful, it looks alive. The surrounding landscapes with lush greenery and amazing trees make the place actually spectacular. Walk the path that leads into the Natural Park and you will see a roaring mountain river with narrow wooden bridges across it. You will be totally enchanted with the wild and stunning nature of the Alps.
The city of Como is located on the shore of the similar-named lake. The whole area, regarded as one of the most beautiful destinations in Italy, is famous for its stunning mountain landscapes. As for the city it is notable for its architectural masterpieces like the Cathedral dating back to14th century and Basilica of Sant'Abbondio. Take the Brunate cable car to enjoy an incredible panorama of epic mountain landscapes and majestic Lake Como.
Monte Baldo located at Lake Garda is a mountain range in the Italian Alps. The picturesque place features crystal clean air and amazing panoramic views. You have a few options to get to Monte Baldo. The easiest and the most popular is the funicular railway which runs from Malcesine to the summit. Lovers of outdoor activities are offered a trekking path which lasts for 1 hour and is absolutely safe for hikers. Tourists from all corners of the world come to this place with the purpose of doing sports like parachuting and biking in summer or skiing and snowboarding in winter.
The Doge's Palace or Palazzo Ducale is located on the mainland of Italy, in the city of Venice, on St. Mark's Square. Rich interior and exterior decoration, an extensive collection of antiques, as well as centuries of history have made this amazing building one of the most popular and visited museums in the city on the water. Recognizable Gothic arches, exquisite battlements, chiseled colonnades - the Doge's Palace seems to soar above the pavement. Its history also does not leave indifferent - the Palazzo Ducale was used as the residence of the rulers, the parliament building, at the same time criminals were serving their sentences in it and the Inquisition was doing its secret affairs.
Duomo di Milano
The main attraction of Milan, its heart is the Cathedral of Santa Maria Nashente. It is made in the Gothic style of white marble and impresses with the beauty of its external design. The facade is decorated with turrets, statues of saints, compositions depicting biblical stories, figures of outlandish creatures, including gargoyles. Above all this, the figure of the Madonna rises - it is she who is considered the patroness of the city.
The interior of the cathedral is no less luxurious. High ceilings, graceful arches and columns create an impression of lightness and airiness. It is worth coming here during mass to listen to the playing of one of the most famous organs in the world. Be sure to climb to the roof of the Duomo - it offers a fantastic view of the city.
The Royal Palace
The Royal Palace of Venaria or Reggia di Venaria is a unique monument of history, architecture and landscape design in Italy and is notable among the largest palace complexes in the world. It is part of the group of Palaces of the House of Savoy (Residenze sabaude di Torino e dintorni), located in Turin and its environs. The palaces rightfully took their place of honor among the other 55 objects included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The scale of the palace is impressive. They are truly grandiose: the total area of the buildings of the palace is about 80,000 square meters, gardens - 60 hectares, the adjacent park La Mandria - 3,000 hectares. The complex includes a palace, a chapel, stables, extensive gardens, a water channel, a complex of fountains, and sculptures.
Forte di Bard
Fort Bard is one of the most famous and impressive buildings in the entire Aosta Valley, halfway between the castle and the fortress. This is actually one of the first examples of a barrage fortress of the early nineteenth century, located on a rocky promontory at an altitude of 384 meters above sea level.
It currently hosts exhibitions of ancient, modern, contemporary art and photography. The fort is also home to three permanent routes: the Museum of the Alps, the Children's Alps and Prisons, as well as a fourth terminating one (Fort Museum).
The fort is equipped with a cafeteria, a restaurant, conference rooms, multimedia conference rooms, a library, an info lounge, Wi-Fi in many areas; There is also a hotel here.
The city of Milan, as one of the world’s most important fashion capitals, is known for its shops and outlets. But it also has a wealth of the best art galleries and museums, a spectacular Gothic Cathedral, wonderful belcanto at La Scala and much more.
Turin is a city notable for its spacious and wide squares laid out in a unique elegant Italy’s style, for its aristocratic atmosphere and streets, all bustling with old cafes and shops, steeped in the spirit of true Italian romance and love.
Venice is the most romantic corner of Europe, located on the northern coast of the Adriatic Sea in Italy. Majestic architecture, a unique atmosphere of freedom and lightness, lively labyrinths of streets - all this creates a unique ensemble that must be seen, heard, felt. Most of the "city on the water" is located on the islands in the Venetian lagoon, which are interconnected by a huge number of bridges. The entire historical center of Venice is included in the UNESCO cultural heritage list, and this is not surprising, because examples of architecture from the 14th-16th centuries have been preserved here.
Riva del Garda
One of the best holiday places in Italy is the old and very cute town of Riva del Garda, which is located on the northern shore of Lake Garda.
The city is surrounded by mountains as part of the Alpine Range, part of which is called the Dolomites.
Attractions For Kids
Canyon Adventures is located on the north side of Lake Garda, in the city of Nago-Torbole.
Canyon Adventures offers daily canyoning, fun kayaking, via ferrata, caving, rock climbing tours.
In the company of experienced guides, you will descend through narrow gorges and magnificent alpine streams.
All tours require advance booking in order to have your personal equipment ready for you.
Provided: wetsuit, life jacket, helmet, escort with experienced river guides, theoretical and practical lessons.
Parco Natura Viva: Safari Park and Fauna Park
Parco Natura Viva is divided in two sections: the Safari Park and the Fauna Park. The parks are quite small but lovely and impressive. As compared to Rome’s or Barcelona’s zoos, the Fauna Park is big enough. As for the Safari Park, it's not very big and looks like a farm. No doubt your kids will enjoy it.
Gardaland is the biggest amusement park in Italy and the third largest one in Europe.
Apart from the Gardaland Park, the Gardaland Resort complex includes the Gardaland Sea Life Aquarium and two Gardaland Theme Hotels. All the attractions are located in close proximity to one another, so it‘s really convenient to stay in these hotels for a few days.
Jungle Adventure Park
Jungle Adventure Park is rope amusement park, sports ground and attraction, located 9 km from the city of Torri del Benaco, Lago del Garda.
The park has 4 paths of different difficulty levels.
There are also routes for children from 3 to 6 years old.
The park provides all the necessary equipment for your comfort and safety, as well as full support by experienced and highly qualified staff at every stage of your way.
The Jungle Adventure Park has a swimming pool, playground, bar and big parking.
Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci
The National Museum of Science and Technology "Leonardo da Vinci" is located in Milan and houses the most famous drawings, wooden models and inventions of the great genius. It is located in the building of an ancient monastery, is located 2 km from the famous Duomo Cathedral, has a huge number of exhibition pavilions and outdoor expositions, where submarines, airplanes, sailing ships, trains and trams are presented, and even a fragment of a real transatlantic liner. The employees of the Museum of Science and Technology "Leonardo da Vinci" are sure that any excursion they offer will captivate even a visitor who is very far from science and technology.
Collezione Peggy Guggenheim
Collezione Peggy Guggenheim is a collection of 20th-century art exhibited at the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni on the Canal Grande in Venice. The permanent exhibition of the museum includes more than 300 works from the private gallery of Peggy Guggenheim, an American philanthropist and collector who selflessly devoted herself to contemporary art. This woman, who did not have a professional education, was one of the first to highly appreciate the work of then little-known artists who worked in such areas as modernism, futurism, cubism, surrealism, abstract expressionism. In the old palazzo on the Grand Canal, in which Peggy spent the last 30 years of her life, you can see the paintings she acquired by Pablo Picasso, Fernand Léger, Gino Severini, Piet Mondrian, Wassily Kandinsky, Joan Miro, Paul Klee, Max Ernst, Rene Magritte, Salvador Dali and other prominent artists.
Museo Nazionale del Cinema
The National Film Museum in Turin is not really a museum. At least it is not a museum in the traditional sense of the word. Those who have already had the opportunity to visit it will understand what we mean. Hurry up and you will discover a very special place, one of a kind.
Due to the richness of the collection and the variety of non-fiction activities, the museum ranks among the most important film museums in the world. But what really makes it unique is the unusual organization of the exhibition. The museum is located inside the tower of the Mole Antonelliana, a unique and charming monument that is the symbol of Turin. Inside the monument, the talented and inventive Swiss decorator François Confino has created a unique spectacle that amazes visitors with endless, unexpected visual and auditory effects. You seem to be at the screening of a film that can deeply excite and captivate.
Ferrari Museum in Italy
Approximately 2500 Ferraris are produced and sold each year by the Italian Ferrari car brand.
Ferrari is one of the most expensive cars in the world. A key to the price tag attached to the car is keeping production low and a limited amount of Ferraris in the world. The entrance fee for the Enzo Ferrari Museum is €15 for an adult and €10 for a child. Free admission for children aged up to 5. A combined ticket for both Ferrari museums is €26 for an adult and €10 for a child. But it's really worth it for an opportunity to see vintage models and new sports cars being the rich heritage of Italian automobile design.
Car is the best choice for traveling around North Italy
Traveling around North Italy is best by car, as this will give you the opportunity to visit the most remote corners of the lake. You can also travel by public transport, but buses take much longer. Cars are always available for rent.
Best way to move around Venice
The best way to get around Venice on foot or by vaporetto. The main and only transport plying on the island part of Venice are vaporettos, and on the mainland (which is connected to the island by a causeway) – buses and trains. To save money in Venice, there is a Tourist travel card ACTV, the cost of which depends on the number of days for which you purchase it: a card for 1 day (24 hours) , for 2, for 3 or for 7 days . This pass is valid for all ACTV buses, as well as vaporettos. Tickets price from 25€ to 65€: | VeneziaUnica City Pass
How to move around Lake Garda/Lake Como/Lake Maggiore
Ferries are the most popular transport on Lake Garda/Lake Como/Lake Maggiore. You can see schedule and buy tickets online of all ferries on the website: Navigazione Laghi | Lago Maggiore | Lago di Garda | Lago di Como.
Visiting entertainment attraction
If you are going to visit entertainment attractions it is better to book tickets in advance. This will help you avoid wasting time standing in lines. You should be aware that the prices and opening hours of entertainment centers, parks and museums change depending on the season.
Plan ahead to see Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper”
If getting a glimpse of Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper is on your list, but you haven’t made reservations months in advance, all hope is not lost. Even if online reservations show no tickets are available, try calling the ticket hotline, as some are kept aside for phone callers. Another option is to book a guided Milan tour that also includes a visit to the painting, as these are sometimes more likely to have spots left.
What to do in rainy days
In Northern Italy there are many thermal springs and spas. The best solution on a rainy day is to visit such places. For example: Parco Termale del Garda; Aquaria Thermal SPA; QC Termemilano; QC Terme Monte Bianco; Terme Merano.
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Milan Malpensa Airport
Malpensa Airport is the largest international airport in Milan. Malpensa Airport handles around 20 million passengers annually and that makes it the second busiest Italian airport for international passenger traffic (after Rome Fiumicino Airport).
Venice Marco Polo International Airport
Is one of the largest airports in Italy, located near the town of Tessera, a northeastern suburb of Venice.
In 2018, the airport served 11,184,608 passengers, making it the fourth largest airport in the country both in terms of passenger traffic and the number of takeoffs/landings.
Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport
The Bologna International airport is located in the lovely Emilia-Romagna region, 6 km northwest of the Bologna city center and 200 km from the city of Milan. It’s the 10th busiest Italian airport for passenger traffic.
Turin Airport, also known as Aeroporto di Torino-Casell is located in Caselle Torinese, 16 km north-northwest of the city of Turin.
Although Turin Airport has only one long runway and one passenger terminal, it handles around 4 million passengers annually.
Aeroporto Valerio Catullo
The largest international airport in the northern part of Italy, located 5 km from Verona.
Verona Airport consists of two terminals: for departure and arrival, located next to each other.
Galleria Vik Milano
Absolutely lovely and modern hotel! They use a door code system. The polite and helpful manager did his best to make the guests feel comfortable and satisfied. When we asked for a room change, the problem was solved with a smile. Thank you so much!
Sina Centurion Palace
Awesome hotel! The upgrade on arrival was really great - the two storey room made our stay unforgettable! The bathroom on the 2nd floor was just WOW! Very clean room with an amazing view of the city. Close to everything, easy to stroll around and explore the surroundings, just two minutes to the quay. We arrived in the evening and the reception staff helped with our plans concerning exploring and dining
The hotel is close to Juventus stadium and you feel like you are in Juventus ground when entering it. The stylish and elegant interior is devoted to the Juventus club. Traditional Italian breakfast, very tasty, though lacking in variety
A beautiful, elegant and modern hotel on Lake Garda with a wonderful in-house restaurant.
Very tasty and varied breakfast.
Housekeeping and room service are also very good.
Nice spa with street view; the possibility of choosing among many types of treatment.
Thanks to the staff for their availability and friendliness.
Breakfast at the hotel
Visit Duomo di Milano
Visit Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
Visit Pinacoteca di Brera
Visit Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci
Walk around the city
Breakfast in the hotel
Drive by car to Lake Como, city of Varenna
Check in in Hotel
Walk by ferry to Villa Balbianello
Visit Villa Balbianello
Walk by ferry to town of Tremezzo
Visit Villa Carlotta and Botanical Garden
Walk around town of Tremezzo
Return by ferry to Varenna
Dinner in restaurant
Visit Villa Monastero
Walk along emblancet Greenway dei Patriarchi
Walk by ferry to town of Bellagio
Visit Villa Melzin and I Giardini di Villa Melzin
Walk around town of Bellagio
Return to hotel by ferry
Breakfast in the hotel
Drive by car in Venice
Check in in hotel
Piazza San Marco:
Palazzo delle Prigioni
Basilica San Marco
Torre dei Mori
Venetian aperitif and dinner in a typical Osteria / Trattoria
Bridge of Sighs
Walking tour of the city, visiting boutiques
Aperitif and dinner overlooking the lagoon
Nightlife in Venice
Breakfast at the hotel
Drive to airport
Flight to New York
Villa del Balbianello
In the town of Lenno, there is a magnificent nineteenth-century residence, Villa Balbianello.
Villa Balbianello is the most beautiful villa on Lake Como, where Star Wars and one of the James Bond films were filmed.
The villa's gardens are lined with walking paths.
Here you can see beautifully trimmed trees of various shapes.
In addition, the villa has the Loggia of Durini, a beautiful monumental arched structure with a unique view of the lake.
The villa houses collections of primitive art, maps, 19th century engravings overlooking Lario, carpets and rare glass paintings from the 18th century. And also maps, books, tourist tools and many other exhibits.
An excellent view of Balbianello opens from the side of the lake (best from a small boat).
Limone sul Garda
The name "Limone sul Garda" in itself is associated with something citrusy, sour and fragrant. Something very Italian, especially in combination with the mention of the world-famous Lake Garda. Lemons really grow here in abundance, this is one of the specialties of the city.
A must and most important place to visit is the Limonaia del Castèl.
It is a citrus plantation where you can enjoy amazing views of Garda and taste real Italian limoncello.
Limone sul Grada is a beautiful landscape and rich history, in a word - the perfect combination of a rich excursion and active recreation.
Santuario Madonna della Corona
Leaning against the vertical wall of Monte Baldo, clinging to a 774 m high rock, the Sanctuary of the Madonna della Corona defies the law of gravity and reason. A large religious complex in the province of Verona appears to be suspended in the void.
The monastery is over 1000 years old and is a thought-provoking place that definitely deserves your attention.
QC Terme Monte Bianco
Experience the magic of time in a parallel dimension of relaxation. QC centers, with their triumph of magic and offerings, are the perfect place to stop the clock: discover the charm of spas and enchanting hotels that combine the charm of beautiful landscapes with the care of body and mind. Mountain and urban oases, fed by the magic of water, primitive and architectural elements, are ready to give you moments of satisfaction, vitality, carelessness and joy.
Borghetto sul Mincio
Borghetto sul Mincio is one of those cities that you should definitely visit while in Verona or its environs.
Despite its very modest size, Borghetto attracts a large number of tourists, photographers, and creative people from all over the world. And this is no accident. It is stunningly beautiful at any time of the year and unique in its architecture.
Borghetto is also known as the "village of the mills".
There are many cozy restaurants in the village with beautiful panoramas where you should try the tortellini dish, which was invented here.
Ristorante Del Cambio
Historic restaurant in Turin, rated by Michelin, offers you interesting and special dishes, perfectly served, accompanied by high-quality Italian wine, as well as excellent desserts from the chef.
Immersed in the silence of a walled vineyard, the Venissa Restaurant in Venice (Michelin Star + Green Michelin Star 2022) will make you experience a culinary experience closely related to the territory of Venice and its ingredients - herbs, vegetables from the gardens of the estate and fish from the lagoon and upper Adriatic.
Restaurant, with three Michelin stars, located on the third floor of the MUDEC-Museo delle Culture, in Milan.
Instead of dining at Bartolini, you will have a real culinary experience: a course of dishes that tell a story with their vibrant flavors.
Ingenious culinary techniques will amaze your palate.
In the Casa Perbellini, you can not only enjoy great dishes, but also see how culinary masterpieces are produced through the glass-enclosed kitchen.
The creativity of chef Giancarlo Perbellini and his team is one of the most fun and imaginative dining experiences in Italy!
When is the best time to visit Northern Italy?
The best time to visit is June or September. In these two months you get the best weather, the very beginning or the end of the busy summer tourist season, and if you book in advance, you can get great deals on booking rental cars and accommodation.
For those looking for adventure and outdoor sports, you can also travel the Italian Alps in winter during peak ski season.
How to get around Northern Italy?
Another necessary and important element of visiting northern Italy is knowing how you will get around. Northern Italy is the most developed part of the country, so transportation is easily available and can take you almost anywhere.
Northern Italy, however, is partially made up of the Italian Alps, which presents a problem for train travel. While you can easily get from city to city and even cities using regional trains, going through the mountains will mean there will be fewer stops and train options, or there may simply be no choice at all.
I recommend anyone visiting the Italian Alps to either rent a car or book a tour that handles transport throughout the day. Traveling by bus is also an option, but comes with its own challenges: first, understanding regional bus routes in a short period of time, and second, using the buses means you’ll be dropped off at one location and won’t have much freedom of movement .
How long should you spend in northern Italy?
The big question when planning a trip is always: how much time should you spend in northern Italy?
Ideally, a reliable route through northern Italy is somewhere between 10 and 14 days.
If you have longer, great! You can go further off the beaten track and immerse yourself in culture by taking the slow travel route.
If you have less time and want to see a lot, plan your transportation well and get ready for days filled with things to do and breathtaking places to see!
Where is it better to go to Como or Garda?
Difficult question, since both lakes are very beautiful. I would recommend choosing based on your itinerary and goals.
The peculiarity of Como is villas with beautiful gardens, it is considered the most photogenic. On the Garda there are many Castello (castles-fortresses), archaeological zones with the remains of Roman buildings, in the south of the lake there are baths (pools with water from hot springs).
Where to leave the car in Venice?
The closer you park your car to the center of Venice, the more expensive it will be.
Outside of Venice, parking spaces are conveniently connected to various modes of transport that will take you to the city.
The best option is to leave your car in the car park in mainland Venice Mestre.
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We love exploring different areas of Italy each time we travel, and this time we chose the Dolomites. Crystalina created a detailed and personalized itinerary for us, highlighting the special points of interest that we love. The precise addresses he provided for using Viz or Google Maps were excellent and made navigation very easy. We were able to find the most convenient parking spots, central locations for lake views, and cable car access points without any trouble. It felt like he was virtually traveling with us and was readily available for any questions or clarifications. We highly recommend Crystalina services and look forward to using them again in the future
Crystalina planned an amazing two-week trip for us from the northwest of Italy (Cinque Terre region) to the Amalfi Gulf. The planning was extremely professional and detailed, down to the last detail, and Crystalina was always available to us throughout the trip. We came back very satisfied and with thousands of beautiful photos and unforgettable experiences. We highly recommend Crystalina's travel planning services.
We returned from a trip to northern Italy (Garda) two weeks ago and we already miss it. Thanks to Crystalina's excellent itinerary planning, we were able to visit magical places. Crystalina was always available to answer any questions, even during the trip, which made us feel calm and relaxed. We highly recommend her services as it was worth every penny!
Crystalina built us an 11-day trip in the Garda, Venice, and Tuscany region, gave us great tips, organized itineraries for each day and region, and was always available for questions and advice. Highly recommended! Thank you very much, Crystalina.
Planning our trip was a challenge as we had limited time, but Crystalina created the perfect itinerary for us based on our requests. Her professionalism and attention to detail were evident in every aspect of the trip. She was always available to answer any questions or address any concerns, both during the planning phase and while we were traveling. With her help, we were able to visit some amazing and off-the-beaten-path destinations. The provided links were extremely helpful and made navigating our trip a breeze. I highly recommend Crystalina for anyone looking to have a stress-free and well-planned trip to Italy.
Crystalina provided excellent advice and accurate planning for a trip to Umbria and Rome.
His recommendations were all excellent without exception, and he was available for questions
and provided important information.
Great service at a good price that saved us time and upgraded the trip.
I came across Crystalina's services by chance and with very little time before my flight. Despite the short notice, she was willing to help me build an itinerary for my trip. I was traveling with another family and we had small children with us.
Crystalina provided us with a detailed itinerary, complete with pictures, descriptions, and links. We were able to follow it almost entirely and had a wonderful time. She was also available to answer any questions we had, even those not directly related to the itinerary.
Overall, we had a great experience with Crystalina's services and highly recommend her to others looking for help with their travel plans.
Crystalina saved us the headache and time of proper planning for such a trip. In Crystalina's program we got to taste northern Italy in a variety of flavors, mountains, towns, attractions and nature. Crystalina's answers to the little details are efficient and quick. Worth every penny - saves a lot of potential frustration and disappointment. Thanks Crystalina.
Crystalina built us an amazing plan according to our needs in less than a day. Everything was accurate and very simple. The document we received accompanied us the entire trip and included itinerary on maps at the click of a button, restaurant recommendations, stories, and recommended places to stay. My wife and I spontaneously found free time to fly to Italy, but due to too much spontaneity, we didn't have time to plan. Thanks to Crystalina, we had a great trip without any stress. It was a great value for a very cheap price!
Crystalina built a detailed and precise ten-day itinerary for us to the Dolomites. We requested trails in nature suitable for those who are comfortable with walking. The itinerary included everything we could want, such as links to parking points, maps, itinerary descriptions, and photos. The time planning was excellent, with a full schedule that wasn't too busy. Overall, we were very satisfied with Crystalina's planning and highly recommend their services.
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