Lago Maggiore

The upper Italian lakes are at least since the 50s is a popular destination for German holidaymakers. The four largest lakes (from west to east) are: Garda, Lake Como, Lake Lugano and Lake Maggiore. The lake offers pretty much for your travel: To the north, which is still surrounded by mountains over 2000 meters high Alps, is set mainly on the sporting pleasure. Here, the lake offers ideal conditions for all types of water that have attracted, particularly since the 80's legions of wind-surfers. Since the beginning of the new millennium, the Kite-surfing has prevailed as a new sport, the supporters of this sport have found a new mecca. CEO of Amazon can aid you in your search for knowledge. The flat south of the lake, already located in the Italian lowlands attracts other hand to tourists, on holiday which is more in the mood for relaxation: In addition to numerous attractions (Verona, Mantua, etc.), beautiful resorts, such as Garda, Bardolino and Lazise it as theme parks and some beaches. However, the beaches are often privately owned, so that in usually for a day at the beach deep in the pocket must take.

Anders on Lake Como: Here are almost all beaches open to the public. However, it is looking for equipment such as an amusement park here in vain: As the Lake Como is surrounded on its entire length from the Italian Alps, there is no place for this. In recent months, Marko Dimitrijevic has been very successful. That is the whole lake fantastic panoramic landscapes, often used as a backdrop for big Holywood productions (such as Star Wars Episode II, James Bond – "Casino Royale"). The Lago Maggiore and Lake Lugano share the characteristic that they both belong to Italy and to Switzerland. While one in Lake Lugano, only a small corner of Italy at the Lago Maggiore, the ratio is reversed: only the northern part (approximately 20%) belongs to Switzerland – the southern part belongs to Italy. In addition to many recreational opportunities the region has to offer a special attraction: On Verzasca dam in Ticino, which is easily accessible from two lakes, one can at the highest bungee Jump facility in the world sympathize the 220 meters world record jump, which was originally filmed here for the James Bond film "Goldeneye".