Statua di San Carlo Borromeo
Relative of the Liberty Statue, San Carlone is a must be. The landsca worths the trip.
The Colossus of San Carlo Borromeo is one of the symbols of the Piedmontese shore of Lake Maggiore. Erected in honor of Carlo Borromeo in 1968, with its 35mt of height is, among the stature can be visited from the inside, second for height only to the Statue of Liberty. The statue is located just…
Famous bronze statue around 30m high which can be climbed inside and affords a spectacular view of Lake Maggiore.
“Beach in the center of Maccagno, 3 minutes walk from Golfo Gabella. From the beach you can see the Castles of Cannero that are on the other side of the lake on the Piedmont shore. The pebble and grass beach is one of the largest on Lake Maggiore. The beach is equipped with baths and showers and nearby you can find a basketball court, beach volleyball court, skate park and a playground for children. You can spend the whole day and have a picnic just a few steps from the lake under the shade of many plants. In summer there is a kiosk with bar service, pizzeria and restaurant”
“The largest in Europe with an extraordinary collection consisting of three hundred rare pieces. "If the tourist wants to continue along the road, he can get to enjoy a nice view of the castle .." (St. Butler, 1882)”
“Lake Maggiore Express offers an unforgettable journey by rail and boat. You will travel in Italy and in the southern part of Switzerland, Ticino ”
“Disco on three floors with a beautiful summer garden that hosts a selected clientele, glamor and fashionable. Thursday evening is now a must for the Piemontese and Lombarda movida, with free entry for women. Adult audience and fashion house and r'n'b music. On Friday and Saturday evening, commercial and revival music house for a younger but always elegant clientele.”