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Vallecamonica: nature, rock carvings, churches, food

Vallecamonica, extending north of Lake Iseo, is one of the largest valleys of Italy and in Europe represents a unique combination of natural beauty and historical and artistic heritage. The name, Vallecamonica means valley of the Camuni, and recalls the ancient people who lived there before the Roman conquest. The mysterious Camuni, probably close to the Celtic culture, […]

Iseo, the lakefront, Garibaldi, the church and the market

Iseo town is the “center” of Lake Iseo, renowned since ancient times for its commercial vocation, and still famous for its Friday market and the Great Fair on Good Friday (one of the few cases in Italy). Very pleasant is the walk on his handsome lakefront where you will enjoy an enchanting view of the lower lake Iseo, with […]

The Road of Romanino

Pisogne is the starting point for the so-called “Road of Romanino“, a path starting from the lake that continues within the Vallecamonica following the masterpieces of the famous painter. After S. Maria della Neve in Pisogne, you proceed to the medieval village of Bienno, wonderfully preserved. Bienno, which hosts every summer a famous Fair, is the center of the “valley of […]

The Franciacorta: sparkling wine, villas and castles, abbeys and monasteries

The Franciacorta, whose splendid landscape of rolling moraine hills covered with vineyards is stretching to the south of Lake Iseo, is known by this suggestive name since the Middle Ages. According to a widespread belief, this name means “little France” and refers to the characteristics of the climate and the landscape very similar to that of France, and […]

Monteisola: the islands of the lake, nature, fishing villages, gastronomy

At the center of Lake Iseo is the majestic Monte Isola, the largest lake island in Europe, flanked north and south by the two smaller islands of St. Paolo and Loreto. It is easily reached by a pleasant boat trip for a few minutes starting from Iseo or Sulzano. The island is so named because of its characteristic […]

Pisogne: the Tower of the Bishop, the “witches”, the frescoes by Romanino

At the north end of Lake Iseo you can find the charming town of Pisogne, which is worth a visit for its beautiful lakefront, the picturesque alleyways, the eighteenth-century Parish Church, and the central square, surrounded by old arcades, on which stands the imposing medieval Bishop’s Tower. Pisogne, whose name is linked to the memory of the tragic events […]

Lake Iseo: nature, art, history

Lake Iseo or Sebino is one of the lakes of Lombardy, fed by the Oglio River, which is at the same time both influent and effluent. The lake is located in the middle of the Alpine foothills and at the beginning of the Vallecamonica, which, despite its vast size (a surface of 65,3 square kilometers) derives its looks like […]