This area has been always known for its beauty and Leonardo Da Vinci even used part of this scenery as a background for his masterpiece Virgin of the Rocks. At the last part of the itinerary you can hop on a little ferry (tickets cost €1 per person) that connects Imbersago and Villa d’Adda. It has no engine and runs using the water flow. Guess which historian designed it many centuries ago?
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It is a very beautiful valley surrounded by lush green mountains and waterfalls. We stayed at a camping sight called Camp Jungfrau where we had booked a caravan. Caravan was very comfortable and well heated.
163 Kms from Imbersago
Hang gliding was my second adventure sports which I did after Sky Diving. The best part this time was the location at which I was experiencing this adventure. The breathtaking views of sky, lake which I experienced was really great !! Watch this video and let me know your views
257 Kms from Imbersago
Florence 3 days Hostel: Ostello del Bigallo Hostels don't get more scenic than Ostello del Bigallo. It is built on a monastery dating back to the 13th century. A beautiful garden upfront and panoramic view of Florence from the terrace adds to its charm. The only catch is that the hostel is an hour's ride from the city and involves a 2 km hike. Hotel: Ginori al Duomo The staff is extremely friendly and its location, a short walk from the train station, is ideal. However, there is no getting around the three story climb as the hotel doesn't have a lift.
280 Kms from Imbersago
Nice is a little mix of sugar, spice and everything 'nice'. It is appropriate for everyone - right from those looking to spend a few days in the lap of luxury to shoestring backpackers looking to explore the south of France. The pebble beaches look almost heavenly, if not entirely comfortable and the nightlife is fantastic. Right from open-air markets and musical performances to a promenade right out of your dreams, Nice is the ultimate getaway.
274 Kms from Imbersago
Nestled between Nice and Monte Carlo, it is a small village with both a beach and a view from the hilltop.
217 Kms from Imbersago
First up was Friedrichshafen (Germany), better known for its airport and Zeppelin museum, neither of which we visited. The drive was long (because Isaiah decided against getting a Vignette for Austria and we didn't want to get another ticket for driving on the Austrian autobahn unlawfully) and uneventful, so we were relieved to finally arrive in town and grab something to eat. After walking around the city center, which took us all of a half hour, we stopped for ice cream, because that's apparently what you do in Friedrichshafen if you're not inside the Zeppelin museum. My favorite thing about the town was looking across the vast lake that is the Bodensee and seeing the Swiss Alps! From the Swiss side looking toward the German side you just see flat, so it was nice to see some terrain. Sunday we made ourselves a little feast. I was in charge of the green bean casserole and candied yams and Isaiah made the best chicken and dumplings ever. We finished things off with chocolate eggs. Yum.