Verbania Wheelchair Lake Maggiore Accessible Tours
Verbania Wheelchair Accessible Tours
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Verbania wheelchair accessible tours Lake Maggiore excursions

Verbania wheelchair accessible tours area is fully included among the most beautiful places in Piedmont.

We are between Lake Orta and Lake Maggiore which is also called Lake Verbano.

These two lakes make the area tourist and popular since the modern age.

The beauties Flaubert, Dickens and Stendhal had been here and sang about it.

There had also been the ancient Romans and the Longobard.

Visiting is a bit like going back in time.

Historic buildings, pristine beauty and pure art come together to create a town of rare beauty.

This is why Verbania has always been considered the reference point of Lake Maggiore.

With its gardens, monuments and the life that has flowed through the delightful streets of the center for centuries.

In a privileged position, overlooking Lake Maggiore in front of the Borromeo Gulf, is Pallanza which, together with Intra and Suna villages, is one of the main towns of the municipality of Verbania.

The province of Verbania is also enclosed by splendid valleys.

The Val Vigezzo, also called the Valley of the Painters, both for its landscapes and for the seven schools of painting it housed in the XIX century.

Anzasca Valley, dominated by Monte Rosa, whose main tourist sports center is Macugnaga.

Val Formazza, where you can find the Toce Waterfall, 143 meters high, which was a popular destination for illustrious personalities such as Richard Wagner and Gabriele D’Annunzio.

Verbania Wheelchair Accessible Tours

Disabled friendly Verbania wheelchair accessible tours with a professional guide.

Accessible Italian Holiday provide a safe and a full accessible tours around it at previewed itineraries.

Visit this rich and fascinating land with a specialized tourist guide.

Adapted van transportation specifically designed for disabled tourists traveling on holiday to Verbania to Lake Maggiore.

Touring Verbania

This area is often considered by Italians as the classic destination for weekends out of town or for the Easter holidays.

But foreigners who spend a week or more are not wrong, because the things to do and places to visit really very many.

Visiting Verbania you can admire the ancient palace of the Praetorium among the notable palaces and monuments.

The XVI century Church of San Lorenzo.

Palazzo Dugnani, from XVII century, now home to the Verbano Historical Museum and the Landscape Museum.

Villa Taranto houses a national botanical park, open to the public, full of exotic plants.

Was built in 1870 on a project by the Swiss architect Augusto Guidini.

The Botanical Gardens of Villa Taranto were founded by the British soldier Neil Boyd Watson McEacharn who was in love with Italy and was a great connoisseur and lover of botany.

Not to be missed is the historic center of Intra which is the classic of Verbania‘s walks thanks to its characteristic alleys that lead directly to the lakefront.

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Verbania wheelchair accessible tours.

Unmissable visit at it with our Lake Maggiore Accessible Tours.

Specifically tailored to wheelchair users, reduced mobility persons and disabled with an adapted van.

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Lake Orta
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Lake Orta, PN01

Piedmont
Lake Orta, Italy