Situated on the lakeshore at the end of the Valtravaglia valley, about 4 km far from the Swiss border, Luino is the main town of the lombardian side of lake Maggiore. You'll find yourself in a typical, elegant and characteristic lake town, including the narrow streets framed by colorful old italian lake houses and villas.
Luino market, the most famous and old of lake Maggiore - every Wednesday in the city center, officially recognized by Lombardy Region as a "market with historical value of tradition"
Palazzo Verbania, a symbol of Art Nouveau, once the true heart of Luino. In addition to the tourist infopoint at the entrance of the palace, it houses the historical archives of Vittorio Sereni and Piero Chiara, a permanent collection, and it also hosts temporary exhibitions, as well as being a space for events and ceremonies.
pedestrian lakeshore and beaches
the sanctuary of Madonna del Carmine
Villa Hussy, where there is the civic library
Dog of all sizes allowed in leasch also in the beaches and the lakefront, in compliance with the hygiene and public safety rules. Except from the flowerbeds
*Information by the Local Municipality. For any other question please check the guidelines from the Municipalities
Photocredits: Archivio fotografico della Provincia di Varese-Settore Marketing Territoriale e Identità Culturale-servizi foto a cura di SIAF-CNA VARESE - Archivio Fotografico Comune di Varese - Davide Morello Photography