2 days in Province of Novara Itinerary

2 days in Province of Novara Itinerary

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Fly to Malpensa International Airport, Drive to Borgomanero
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Borgomanero
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Drive to Malpensa International Airport, Fly to Tel Aviv

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Borgomanero — 1 night

On the 28th (Thu), appreciate the history behind Statua della Madonna.

For reviews, photos, and more tourist information, read Borgomanero trip planner.

Tel Aviv, Israel to Borgomanero is an approximately 8.5-hour combination of flight and car. The time zone difference moving from Israel Standard Time (IST) to Central European Standard Time (CET) is minus 1 hour. Prepare for cooler weather when traveling from Tel Aviv in November: high temperatures in Borgomanero hover around 15°C and lows are around 3°C. Wrap up your sightseeing by early afternoon on the 29th (Fri) to allow enough time to travel back home.
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Province of Novara travel guide

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Novara is the capital city of the province of Novara in the Piedmont region in northwest Italy, to the west of Milan. With 104 284 inhabitants, it is the second most populous city in Piedmont after Turin. It is an important crossroads for commercial traffic along the routes from Milan to Turin and from Genoa to Switzerland. Novara lies between the rivers Agogna and Terdoppio in northeastern Piedmont, 50km from Milan and 95km from Turin.HistoryNovara was founded in ancient times by the Romans. Its name is formed from Nov, meaning "new", and Aria, the name the Cisalpine Gauls used for the surrounding region.Ancient Novaria, which dates to the time of the Ligures and the Celts, was a municipium and was situated on the road from Vercellae (Vercelli) to (Mediolanum) Milan. Its position on perpendicular roads (still intact today) dates to the time of the Romans. After the city was destroyed in 386 by Magnus Maximus for having supported his rival Valentinian II, it was rebuilt by Theodosius I. Subsequently, it was sacked by Radagaisus (in 405) and Attila (in 452).

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