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Best of the Italian Lakes

Discover the beauty of the Italian lakes on this At Leisure trip that combines culture with style.

Discover the Italians' favourite holiday haunt on this irresistible Italian Lakes trip. Ease into the slow, easy-going way of local life as you linger over a sweet gelato on the shores of Lake Maggiore and savour the fiery and fruity flavours of Grappa and balsamic vinegar where they were first made.

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What's included

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8 nights

Accommodation

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12 Meals

8 breakfasts, 4 dinners (including Be My Guest)

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On-trip Transport

All transport shown


The Trafalgar difference

Connect with Locals

Join the Serenelli family for a 'Be My Guest' dinner featuring home-grown produce. Learn about their local history and the formation of the Red Cross as you explore their didactic farm. (Day 3)

Dive into Culture

Celebrate all things Ferrari, past, present and future, at the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena. This pit stop includes intriguing exhibitions and an immersive experience that you'll never forget. (Day 7)

Local Specialist

For included sightseeing in Verona and Modena


Sightseeing highlights

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ORIENTATION of Bergamo and Milan

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VISIT Lake Maggiore, Lake Como and Lake Garda, Mantua and the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena

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VIEW the Piazza del Duomo in Bergamo, Juliet's Balcony in Verona, the Cathedral in Modena and the Duomo and La Scala Opera House in Milan

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SEE the Roman Arena in Verona

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