Isola Bella is an extraordinary place, where blooming gardens are intertwined with architectural treasures. The Palace is an architectural wonder in Baroque style, with beautiful rooms from where you can enjoy the view of the lake; it houses the General Berthier's Gallery, which features over 130 paintings and, together with the Sala del Trono (Throne Room) and the Sala delle Regine (Queens Room), represents the heart of the Borromeo Collection.
Isola Madre is the largest of the Verbano islands: the green vegetation and the Palace emerge from the waters of Lake Maggiore. The island is known worldwide for its marvelous botanical gardens. Inside the Palace, porcelains and liveries, paintings, decorated tapestries and brocades are precious details that enrich the dwelling, which opened to the public in 1978.
Villa Pallavicino Park is located on the shores of Lake Maggiore, nestled in one of the most striking spots in the area. Covering an area of approximately 200,000 square meters, this peaceful place alternates tree-lined streets and flowery meadows, as well as a rich botanical garden. Inside the Park, the Farm is a unique area, free of cages, suitable for children and families: fallow deer, llamas and goats roam free, immersed in nature, running in the meadows or dozing under the shade of the leaves.