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Italian Lakes Travel Guides

 

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Dozens of FREE guides, eBooks and other travel resources for the Italian lakes

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The Italian Lakes trip planner: This short guide features ALL the Italian Lakes (there is a link to each one of them) which makes it easier for the novice traveler to compare the different lakes and choose his or hers preferred holiday destination/s…

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A guide to the Italian Lakes: Another great mini-guide from Conde' Nast. Just like their other web mini-guides, this one is also divided to sections like "Where to stay" , "Where to eat" , "What to see" and so on, which makes it easy to use… It doesn't boast hips of information, but you will get most of what you need…

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How to do the Italian lakes on a budget: In spite of their glitzy and glamorous reputation, the Italian lakes are definitely not a 'millionaire's only' holiday destination… Read this mini-guide by the British Guardian to learn how you can enjoy a lovely holiday to Italy's charming lakes, without having to break the bank.

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Readers travel tips: Italian lakes: A collection of selected travel tips and advice about the Italian Lakes and their surroundings. Written by travelers for travelers…

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Lake Como or Lake Garda: Choosing an Italian Lake: A short and interesting travel article, comparing the pros and cons of two of Italy's most popular lakes (in case you are not sure which one of them you wish to visit)…

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5 Food Spots to Visit in Lake Como: Food and a holiday in Italy go together like a horse and carriage… You can't even start thinking about a trip to Italy without imagining all these lovely aromatic dishes and the great wine, and the Italian lakes are no exception, of course… Here is a short guide to 5 food spots in Lake Como you simply can't afford to skip .

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What to see in Lake Como: A short no-nonsense guide to Lake Como's best attractions and sightseeing spots.

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Orta: the Italian lake tourists haven't discovered: Lago d'Orta is one of Italy's less known (and less touristy) lakes, but that doesn't mean it is not as charming and picturesque as its more famous counterparts… Join Edward Docx of the Guardian as he explores this hidden gem.