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Digital Show – Day 2: “Impressive Italian Lakes & Cities”

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Garden Borromean Islands


As the Motorhome & Caravan Show would have started on Tuesday, we have decided to do our own small version in a digital format and every day this week we will send you a short email with information about a particular tour. If you are interested in this (or any other tour), please do not hesitate to contact us with your questions – we would be happy to send you more information.

We start our “Impressive Italian Lakes & Cities” tour in the Swiss canton Ticino on the beautiful northern banks of the Lago Maggiore. Here we enjoy a group dinner and relax from the journey. We continue to the Piemont region where we stay two nights at the southern part of the lake close to the Borromean Islands, a must-see destination for all visitors to Lago Maggiore. You can spend a day visiting the three islands, using the hop-on, hope-off ferries and see historical buildings and stunning gardens. From here we will drive along a scenic route across the mountains to the second of the Upper Italian Lakes – the charming Lago d’Orta, and spend time exploring the sleepy, medieval town, island monastery and colourful piazza.  We then move on to Lombardy and visit Milan to see one of the most famous paintings in the world: The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. From Milan, we travel to the attractive Lago d’Iseo and have time on route to stop at the picturesque city of Bergamo, the historic walled old town and atmospheric main piazza. During the tour we also spend one night at a vineyard in the wine region Franciacorta where we try the local wine and enjoy a typical Italian meal. The last three nights we spend at Lake Garda, Italy’s largest lake, giving you enough time for day trips to Verona, Sirmione or Riva, or to just relax at the campsite.

This year has been hard for everybody, but we are optimistic that things and in particular the situation with Covid-19 will get back to normal next year. We understand, that some of you may be worried about booking a tour due to the current situation, however if we must cancel a tour again next year, any payment you make will be fully reimbursed, as is stated in our terms and conditions. All payments we receive are insured by an insolvency insurance through one of the largest German insurance companies and we send you a secured payment certificate with the booking confirmation. This allows you to book with confidence, knowing that your money is safe under any circumstances.

Stay safe!

Audrey & Michael