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Lago d'Iseo, Iseo
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A handful of medieval towns are scattered around Lago d'Iseo. The lake's mesmerizing clear water also acts as a means of transport between the lakeside communities. Travel by ferry to visit the various towns or to see Monte Isola, the small island in the lake's center. Cafes, restaurants, and shops populate the towns' cobbled streets. Boutique hotels, bed and breakfasts, and campsites dot the lake's shore. These offer pleasant views, as well as access to the wineries in the mountains around the lake. To visit Lago d'Iseo and other attractions in Iseo, use our Iseo itinerary planner.
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  • I wish i could life and spent my life around that lake so beautiful calm and peaceful place love the view of lake it make you fresh when early morning you open your room window and view make you forge...  more »
  • Lovely resort, relaxing holiday for all, great hotels, great food, friendly people
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  • A beautiful lake surrounded by mountains with a large inhabited island in the middle having several villages. In spite of a rainy day it was very photogenic and I can only imagine how lovely it must b...  more »
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  • Thousands of visitors flocking to Italy to walk on the water thanks to the art of arrangement Christo Vladimirov Javacheff American artists, thousands of visitors have had the experience of going on the water in Lake Iseo, Italy. From 19/6, Lake Iseo in Northern Italy has welcomed thousands of visitors from around the world participated in the experience: walking on water. The floating bridge by this buoy connection from the village to the small island of Sulzano called Monte Isola and to San Paolo. This is the masterpiece of arrangements of original American artist Christo Vladimirov Javacheff, Bulgaria. On its opening, more than 55,000 passengers rushed to to try the feeling of walking on water. This prompted organizers to limit the number of customers in the early days because of overload. This project named "floating bridge" and pay 16.7 million to complete. The bridge was assembled from 200,000 cubic orange yellow floats. Its total length of up to 3 km. Before the bridge was opened to welcome the public, hundreds of visitors have come here from the previous day. They camp sleeping through the night to make sure that he is the first person to step foot on the bridge. The Organizing Committee has arranged 150 person standing on the walkway to the safety and protection of 30 rescue workers willing to rescue if you distress such as fainting or falling into the water. Agata, one little girl 12 years old, told the Italian media: "it's like going on a boat, swaying and very interesting". Her family also drove all night to get here early in the morning. Visitors grew to the East and they are folded into long lines of waiting. Many of our guests have fainted, shock because standing in hot sunny weather. The pontoon bridge was only 11,000 visitors the same walk on it for a while. This project is open from March 6 and ended on March 7, will open all day and night in the beautiful weather conditions to ensure the safety of visitors and completely free. Photo: Anh Minh Fotograma
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  • A beautiful Lake, was at the time where Christ his "floating piers" installed had, it was a magical moment.
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  • What a wonderful place on Earth. Years long enjoyed camping at the Lake. Always a sense of coming home when you're there
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  • Inner peace, the quietest of the Great Lakes.
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  • That peace
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