View of Lake Como from the terrace of an art nouveau villa for eight people.1/19Views to dream of
Lake Como | Amid the alpine scenery lies the Lago di Como. Enjoy spectacular views from a holiday home that overlooks the lake.
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Holiday complex near Torri del Benaco with apartments for up to six people.2/19Delightful views
Lake Garda | The Lago di Garda is Italy’s largest lake. On its shores you feel the Mediterranean climate, the Alpine scenery provides for spectacular views – for example from the balcony of a holiday apartment.
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View of Isola dei Pescatori where you can find several properties with atraveo
3/19On the fishermen’s island
Isola dei Pescatori | This tiny little ‘fishermen’s island’ lies in the middle of Lake Maggiore. Experience the romantic charm of the little island with a holiday apartment.
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Holiday complex on the western shore of Lake Garda.4/19Fun for the entire family
Lake Garda | A vacation in a holiday park is particularly ideal for families. As parents you can lean back and relax whilst your kids are taken care of and are fully entertained.
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Holiday apartment for max. 2 adults + 1 child in Piemonte5/19Vineyards in Piedmont
Piedmont | In this original wine growing region famous fine wines such as Barolo and Barbaresco are produced. Experience a vacation on a vineyard in Piedmont!
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"We had a beautiful vacation in a splendid scenery!!!." wrote a satisfied atraveo customer about this holiday apartment for six people.6/19Downhill in the Dolomites
Dolomite Superski | Alta Badia, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Fassatal and much more. In total there are twelve ski regions with more than 1,200 piste kilometres making Dolomiti Superki one of the biggest ski regions in Italy.
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7/19Spring with all the senses
South Tyrol | The fruit tree blossom in the Venosta Valley and around Merano transforms the landscape into a bright and fragrant sea of colours in the spring. Enjoy this time between the end of March and the beginning of May.
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8/19Apple harvest in South Tyrol
South Tyrol | Whether Golden Delicious, Red Delicious or Gala – apples find the perfect growing conditions in the mild climate around Merano. The harvest time starts here in mid-September.
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Booking a holiday home in North Italy
Northern Italy exhibits the very best that the European country has to offer: world-class cities, stunning natural scenery, and some of the greatest food and shopping found anywhere on earth. This part of the world features many internationally recognised hotspots, including the Italian Riviera, the delightful water city of Venice, and cosmopolitan cities such as Milan, Bologna, and Verona. Rent a holiday home or holiday apartment in North Italy and you’ll be able to have the holiday adventure you’re looking for, whether that’s hiking in the Alps or exploring the many museums of Milan.
Places to see on your holiday
North Italy is a large area, so you’ll need to think carefully about where it is you want to be before you book your holiday home or holiday apartment. There are eight regions in North Italy, including Liguria, South Tyrol, Piemonte, Veneto, and Lombardy. In Lombardy, you’ll find the incomparable lakes of North Italy; Lake Como, Lake Maggiore, Lake Garda, and Lake Lugano. There’s also Milan, one of the world’s premier fashion destinations, and Bergamo, one of Europe’s most beautiful cities which is located at the base of the Alps. Veneto is home to charming cities and towns, including the world-famous Venice and Verona, a UNESCO World Heritage Site made famous by Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. If you’re looking for a quieter destination, consider Trentino, a region with picturesque cities, some of Italy’s most beautiful small villages, and a spectacular mountain range.
When to rent a holiday apartment in North Italy
Your stay in your flat or holiday home will be different depending on when in the year you travel. Summers are hot and dry, while winters can be chilly with significant snowfall in the mountain areas. Late spring and early autumn, with their pleasant temperatures and fewer crowds, are considered the best time to visit North Italy.