Lombardy routes, Places, Varese The Towns of Lake Maggiore: Ispra January 25, 2017 Thanks to Christian for this article about Ispra, a village on the Lake Maggiore. Ispra is a town of about 6000 inhabitants in the province of Varese, on the shore of Lake Maggiore. The village is internationally famous thanks to the presence of the prestigious Joint Research Centre of the European Commission. In summer, Ispra is a tourist attraction thanks to the swimming beaches and the presence of many shops, bars and restaurants with panoramic views of the lake. Even in winter the village is a tourist attraction thanks to the neabry mountains and famous tourist destinations. How to see Near the town you can find: -Santa Caterina del sasso’s monasetry. -The war memorial. -San Carlone’s statue —The furnaces for lime -Borromean Island. These locations can also be reached from the port of the country thanks to the ferries. How to get the town Unfortunately in 2013 the railway station that served the town closed. Due to the closure to passenger traffic, the village is accessible by car or by public transport using the road 329. You can also get the town by the ferry. Links –Tronzano Lago Maggiore –Pino sulla sponda del Lago Maggiore GALLERY MAPS Share this:GoogleFacebookTwitterTelegramLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related Previous The towns of Lake Maggiore: Tronzano Lago Maggiore Newer Discovery the Italian Desert You May Also Like Grazzano Visconti: Unreal country in reality May 3, 2017 Nutria In wet, goodness or madness? April 14, 2018 Panoramic Way from Villa Vergano to the ghost town of Consonno December 14, 2016 Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.