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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Day 13: Check out of Hotel Castello Vicchiomaggio in Chianti. Take bus/car from Chianti to Florence. Take train from Florence to Verona. Check in Hotel Giulietta e Romeo in Verona. Opera at Arena - Romeo and Juliet was magnificent; get seats closest to the stage
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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.
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1. Take a walking tower in Old Town, Innsbruck and enjoy the beautiful architecture visible in the house-fronts, doorways and windows. This town is one of the most colourful places to visit in Europe.
294 Kms from Imbersago
We took a train from Rome and reached Florence on 14 th Apr at approximately 11:30 am. From the Santa Maria Novella station we took a bus to our hotel which was 10-15 minutes away. We stayed at Diva Hotel and our 3 night stay at the hotel was largely comfortable. After checking in and freshening up we took a bus back to the city centre. Florence has a pretty good bus transport system but we didn't use it a lot as most of the important places are within walking distance of each other.
193 Kms from Imbersago
Don't go by its size. Zermatt might not be popular and mighty like Zurich or Geneva, but this small, snow-clad city at the hills of the Matterhorn peak has much adventure and pleasure to boast of. Plus, its a nice way to approach the country-side charm of Switzerland before moving on.
199 Kms from Imbersago
Lucerne, the city in Swiss, the city that you must cross while going to tourist places like Titlis, Pilatus...I don't know much about this city, but what I know is I fell in love with it at first sight and from then I visited it thrice as of now and many times to come...Attractions are the transport meuseum, Lion monument that is carved on a single rock in memory of 2 dying soldiers during french revolution(what I heard from the locals), the wooden bridges, one named chapel bridge, the cruise trip from lucerne that takes you to many places like hertenstein, weggis, righ and so on... last time it was a break at weggis and enjoyed the panoramic view and today on 01.01.17 I didn't get down anywhere but took the round trip...So, for the next time I am keeping few things incomplete, Transport museum, yet to visit... :pAnd never the least, our own Indian restaurant named Kanchi restaurant... yummy biriyanii... Here are some photos for you all...