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What to do


Lake Iseo


The best place you've never been.

 

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What to do


Lake Iseo


The best place you've never been.

 

 

What to do

 
 
Life is meant for good friends and great adventures
— Happy Lady

Wine and food

Take a guided tour around the vineyards of Franciacorta by bicycle. See how the third DOC wine (after Champagne and Cava) is made and tastes!

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Sport

Iseo Lake and Val Camonica offer a fantastic range of outdoor sports. From skiing, mountain biking and climbing to wakeboarding, sailing and kite surfing, there is something for everyone.

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Leisure

Iseo and its sister town Sarnico have some excellent shops and bars. Brescia and Bergamo are well worth visiting.

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Art and culture

There are castles, convents and villas dotted all around Franciacorta and the Lake Iseo area. See this post for an itinerary.

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Surrounding area

Iseo is an hour away from Verona and Milan and only two hours from the Dolomites, Venice, Tuscany, the Alps and Liguria. 

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Accommodation


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Getting here


Getting here

Getting here


Getting here

 

A hop, skip or a jump


Getting to Lake Iseo is easy. The nearest airport is 40min away, there is a train station in the centre of town and buses connect to nearby cities and the mountain ski stations.
 

 
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By Plane

Linate is Milan's city airport. Many of Europe's main carriers have daily flights. To reach Iseo you will need to take a shuttle bus to Milan's Central train station and then get on a train to Brescia (see section on trains below). The following site has information about parking, travel and getting to and from the airport: www.raileurope.com

Milan Bergamo (Orio al Serio) services the low cost airlines. It is only 40min drive from Iseo and cars can be hired from the airport. There are public transport links to Bergamo and Milan. See www.sacbo.it for more details.

Verona is the same distance from Iseo as Linate, Verona airport services many charter flights. More information can be found on their site: www.aeroportoverona.it






By Train

The small Treno del Nord leaves Brescia hourly and travels the entire length of Iseo's eastern shore and up to Edolo in Val Camonica. See the 2016-2017 timetable from Edolo to Brescia to Edolo.

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By Road

The public bus system works but it is not easy to find a timetable. If you plan on using the buses check in at one of the main bus stations to be sure to get an up-to-date timetable.

Cars can be hired from any of the airports and are by far the most convenient way to get around the area - even if they do cost more.

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When to Come


When to Come


There is always something to see.

When to Come


When to Come


There is always something to see.

 

A place for all seasons

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Spring

There is nothing quite like seeing millions of snowdrops up on Guglielmo. Imagine the photo above littered with white stars. The weather warms from March onwards and the area wakes up.

summer

This is the high season. But don't be discouraged from visiting. The high season here is like the low season on some of the other lakes. There is plenty of action, just not the traffic.

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Autumn

A less busy time of year but still plenty to see. The beech trees turn their forest floor yellow and orange, creating a thick, dry carpet of leaves that children can't help but kick. 

winter

The area is quiet but the weather you see above is far from unusual. The nearby hills offer views across the plane from the Apennines to Milan's cathederal.

 
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