Tickets for Isola Bella, Isola Madre and Villa Pallavicino Park
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Tickets for Isola Bella, Isola Madre and Villa Pallavicino Park

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Availability: From 18th May to 1st November 2020
Mobile voucher accepted
Duration: up to 48 hours
Do this because
  • Discover the splendor of Isola Bella, with its botanical and architectural treasures
  • Explore the Isola Madre, the largest of the Verbano Islands
  • Have a stroll in Villa Pallavicino Park and come into contact with its farm animals
  • Take advantage of priority access and skip-the-line entrance
What to expect

Isola Bella is an extraordinary place, where blooming gardens are intertwined with architectural treasures. The Palace is an architectural wonder in Baroque style, with beautiful rooms from where you can enjoy the view of the lake. It houses the General Berthier's Gallery, which features over 130 paintings and, together with the Sala del Trono (Throne Room) and the Sala delle Regine (Queen's Room), represents the heart of the Borromeo Collection.

Isola Madre is the largest of the Verbano islands: the green vegetation and the Palace emerge from the waters of Lake Maggiore. The island is known worldwide for its marvelous botanical gardens. Inside the Palace, porcelain and liveries, paintings, decorated tapestries and brocades are precious details that enrich the dwelling, which opened to the public in 1978.

Villa Pallavicino Park is located on the shores of Lake Maggiore, nestled in one of the most striking spots in the region. Covering an area of approximately 200,000 square meters, this peaceful place alternates tree-lined streets and flowery meadows, as well as a rich botanical garden. Inside the Park, the Farm is a unique area, free of cages, suitable for children and families. Here you will discover fallow deer, llamas and goats that roam free, immersed in nature running in the meadows or dozing under the shade of the leaves.

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What's included
  • Free visit of the Palazzo and the Garden of the Isola Bella
  • Free visit of the Palazzo and the Garden of the Isola Madre
  • Free visit of Park of Villa Pallavicino and the Farm
Reduced price
  • Children: from 6 to 15 years of age
  • Free: under 6 years of age
What to remember
  • Isola Bella and Isola Madre must be visited on the same day, before November 1st 2020
  • The Villa Pallavicino Park can be visited on a date of your choice from the day you bought the ticket up to November 1st 2020
  • Unused tickets cannot be refunded

How to get to Isola Bella

  • By car: Autostrada dei Laghi towards Gravellona Toce, take the exit Carpugnino, follow the signs for Stresa
  • By boat: Isola Bella and Isola Madre can be reached from Stresa, Arona, Pallanza, Locarno, Laveno by taking the scheduled boat or the non-scheduled public taxi boat service
  • By train: Ferrovie dello Stato, Milan-Sempione line, until Stresa, take a boat or taxi boat from there. Ferrovie Nord, Milan-Laveno line, until Laveno, you'll find the boat just a few meters away

How to get to Isola Madre

  • By car: Autostrada dei Laghi towards Gravellona Toce, take the exit Carpugnino, follow the signs for Stresa
  • By boat: Isola Bella and Isola Madre can be reached from Stresa, Arona, Pallanza, Locarno, Laveno by taking the scheduled boat or the non-scheduled public taxi boat service
  • By train: Ferrovie dello Stato, Milan-Sempione line, until Stresa, take a boat or taxi boat from there. Ferrovie Nord, Milan-Laveno line, until Laveno, you'll find the boat just a few meters away

How to get to the Villa Pallavicino Park

  • By car: Autostrada dei Laghi towards Gravellona Toce, take the exit Carpugnino, follow the signs for Stresa There is ample parking reserved for visitors near the entrance to the park
  • By train: Ferrovie dello Stato, Milan-Sempione line, until Stresa. The Park is about a 20-minute walk from the train station
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When
  • From 18th May to 30th September 2020 from 10.00 am to 5.30 pm (last admission), gardens closing time at 6.15 pm
  • From 1st October to 23rd October 2020 from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm (last admission), gardens closing at 5.00 pm
  • From 24th October to 1st November 2020 from 10.00 am to 3.30 pm (last admission), gardens closing at 4.30 pm
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Provider
Isole Borromee
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Unfortunately, we can't offer you a refund nor can we change or cancel your booking for this particular product, due to our partner's policy.
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