Visiting Locarno, Switzerland

By Roby_travel | Dec 9, 2020
Europe > Switzerland > Locarno

Locarno is a sunny Italian-speaking tourist resort and is located in southern Switzerland on Lake Maggiore at the foot of the Alps.

Locarno

Locarno

On the border between the Italian and Swiss territories, precisely in the Canton of Ticino, on the northern shore of Lake Maggiore, in the heart of the Luganese Prealps, the small town of Locarno appears to the visitor as an enchanted town surrounded by unspoiled nature, between the lake and the mountains that give it a particularly extraordinary and evocative landscape.

On the border between the Italian and Swiss territories, precisely in the Canton of Ticino, on the northern shore of Lake Maggiore, in the heart of the Luganese Prealps, the small town of Locarno appears to the visitor as an enchanted town surrounded by unspoiled nature , between the lake and the mountains that give it a particularly extraordinary and evocative landscape. A trip to Locarno is an excellent opportunity to discover the beauties of this city which rests on the northern shore of Lake Maggiore, at the foot of the Lepontine Alps. Locarno is renowned for its castles, beautiful churches and monuments dating back to the Roman occupation period.

The city develops around its picturesque old town and is completely surrounded by fields, forests, rivers and lakes.

Lake Maggiore Alps

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