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Tie the knot in Lake Maggiore and discover an unspoiled and truly romantic Italian Lake!

On the borders of Piedmont, Lombardy and Switzerland, the Maggiore Lake (or Verbano), is the second largest Italian lake, after Garda. Most of the lake lies in Italian territory, only the most northerly end belongs to Switzerland.

Mild climate with a lush vegetation, jagged snow-capped mountain ranges, gentle wooded hills, spectacular lake settings and wild nature reserves combine with man-made architectural and horticultural treasures.

It is rare to find such a variety of landscapes in such a small area but Lake Maggiore has it all.

Nestled in the majestic Alps of Northern Italy, the breathtakingly lovely settings of Lake Maggiore has inspired countless poets and artists throughout the centuries. If you crave  a romantic wedding this is the ideal destination!

Although this part of Italy seems like a little bit of heaven remote from the rest of the world, it  is a little over an hour from Milan and the international airport Malpensa is not much more than a 30 minute drive.

The Monastery of Santa Caterina clinging to the rocky cliff; Stresa and the Borromeo Islands, small in size but rich in history, and the Castles of Cannero, island outpost of the Mazzarditi Brothers, infamous pirates of the Verbano, Pallanza and its gorgeours gardens are just a few of  the timeless examples awaiting the visitor.

Lake Maggiore will astonish you with its romantic restaurants with lovely terraces overlooking the lake which offer you a candlelight  dinner tasting the local fresh fish, handmade delicious pasta and the local wine.  (Fara, Sizzano, Boca, Ghemme).

Romeo and Juliet, leading Italian Lakes wedding planner, will guide you through the most renowned jewels and hidden treasures of Lake Maggiore.

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