Rocca di Angera. The extraordinary Angera Fortress rises imposingly on a rock spur, reflecting its crenelated walls in the sparkling waters of the Lake Maggiore.
Maggiore Lake is a large lake located on the south side of the Alps. It is the second largest lake in Italy.
Villa Serbelloni. An outstanding 19th century villa surrounded by age-old trees and flower beds. A magnificent backdrop for a very special day. The Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni is one of the oldest and most elegant hotels in the Lake Como area and the only 5 star de-luxe hotel in Bellagio.
Villa Olmo. Imposing neoclassical residence of the end ‘700. The giant tree that gave its name to the villa no longer exists, but the Italian garden to the front and landscaped gardens at the back are full of old trees and trunked trees. The restaurant Villa Olmo has always operated with success in creating memorable events and banquets for weddings, business meeting.
Como Lake is a lake of glacial origin. The lake is well known for the attractive villas that have been built there since Roman times, when Pliny the Younger built the Comedia and the Tragedia resorts. Many villas on the lake shores have admirable gardens that benefit from the mild climate induced by the stabilising presence of lake water and are fit to host tropical plants.
The National Cinema Museum of Torino it’s not a museum and when you’ll visit it you’ll be surprised to discover what a special and unique place it is.
A visit to Eataly in Milan is an unique experience. Eataly is the high-end Italian food mall chain which first opened in Turin, Italy, in January 2007, today there are 12 Eataly all over Italy and also in New York; Chicago, Japan, Dubai, Istanbul.
The Royal Palace of Caserta (Reggia di Caserta) is a former royal residence in Caserta, southern Italy, constructed for the Bourbon kings of Naples. It was the largest palace and one of the largest buildings erected in Europe during the 18th century. Since 1997 the palace has been inscribed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO.