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Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Renovated one bed room apartment in a luxury private contest with private villa.The villa is located in a large botanical garden and just 500 meters from the centre of Stresa. From the living room you come on the large balcony (12m2) from where you have a stunning view on the Lake Maggiore.Stresa is the most well known village at the Lake Maggiore.From the promenade in Stresa with the terraces, bars and restaurants you can go by boat to the Borromean islands in the Lake Magggiore as well to all the other places on the Lake. The ideal location for you budget stay in mondaine Stresa.Stresa:

Stresa (5,100 inhabitants) was 998 for the first time in documents and was mentioned "Strixsya, It derives its name from the Lombard word for her line, because the place is located on a relatively narrow "land" along the lake. The no longer existent head of the lake Creé announced divided Stresa in 2 parts, which were named after the respective lords , namely "Stresa Visconti" and "Stresa Borromeo. In the late 18th Century developed the place into one of the most popular swimming and recreational destinations in Europe, through the construction of the Simplon Pass by Napoleon and later the railway from Western and Central Europe and the South. The unique panoramic location on the south shore of Lake Maggiore with the stunning views of the Borromeo Gulf and its islands to the opposite shore was by Ernest Hemingway partially described in his worldwide hit "In another country", and also for many other writers and painters Stresa has been a very special source of inspiration. Even large political decisions took place in Stresa. "Treaty of Stresa" a term which in April 1935 the Government of France, Britain and Italy signed measures to avert the looming German expansion and war policy. The originals can be seen today in the rest of the former summer palace of the Borromeo on Isola Bella, the historical location at which the contracts were signed once. The beautiful waterfront hotels still impress the gorgeous Art Nouveau,and the charm of the Belle Epoque. In the vicinity there are many mansions, such as the Villa Pallavicino with a 160,000 m² large English style park with a zoological garden and the Villa Bolongaro (later known as Villa Ducale), where 1855 the philosopher Antonio Rosmini died. Pierre Antonio Bolongaro was incidentally the one who created the famous Margheritine (typical pastry of the place) in honor of the then Princess Margherita di Savoia - who was crowned as the first Queen of Italy.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

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