Day trips from Milan, One-week stay or more in our Environmentally Friendly Hotel discovering Lombardy

Best day trips from Milan, use our environmentally-friendly hotel as a hub to explore other exciting historic locations in Lombardy. Milan is a good base to visit Lombardy, a stay with us in Milan will give You the chance to visit beautiful towns, lakes and small cities.

What about a day outside Milan, Italy? Here are some suggestions for day trips from our environmentally friendly hotel.

 

Lake Como – A Day trip from Milan

Lake Como and the towns Como and Lecco are easily reached by car from Milan in half an hour to an hour. Como has a good historic centre and its lake is worldwide known for its beauties, villas, luxury resorts, good restaurants and its funiculare (cableway) which will get you to the small and panoramic Brunate village. Ferries link Como to Lecco.

Lake Garda and Peschiera del Garda, one of the best day trips from Milan

Lake Garda can be reached in a little over an hour from Milan. We suggest You to visit Peschiera del Garda with its attractive historic center. From Peschiera Del Garda there are ferries to other Lake Garda towns.

Lake Maggiore, Day trips from Milan, one of the best day trips from Milan

Lake Maggiore and the towns Stresa and Arona are just over an hour from Milan. Stresa has a charming center full in tourist shops and bars. From Stresa You can’t miss a visit to Isola Bella by ferries. Arona is another small lake town to visit closer to Milan.

Bergamo Alta, one of the best day trips from Milan

Bergamo Alta has an evocative historic centre and lots of beautiful buildings . The small town sits on a hill above the modern city. Enjoy stunning views from the old castle.

 

Pavia, one of the best day trips from Milan

Pavia is 35 km south of Milan. It is a small and pretty university city on the Ticino River known as the city of 100 towers. Today only a few towers remain intact. Take a visit at the stunning Certosa di Pavia.

Pic. Isola Del Garda

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