Have you chosen Franciacorta as a destination for your Christmas holidays? Here are some ideas for living the magic of this territory in the most beautiful time of the year!
1) In Franciacorta at Christmas. Visit to Monte Isola
We suggest a visit to Monte Isola, thelargest lake island in Europe. One of the most beautiful Italian little cities just a few steps from Franciacorta, on Lake Iseo. The sensory experience begins again before embarking on the boat: from the shore of Sulzano you will be amazed by the glance on the picturesque village of Peschiera Maraglio lit up for the holidays.
And once you land you can enjoy a tasty aperitif or a fish-based dinner in one of the many clubs on the island. Boats leave Sulzano every 15 minutes. Tickets available for purchase on the spot.
2) Guided tours of the cellars
Many wineries of Franciacorta that open their doors to visitors during the holidays.
Accompanied by expert guides, you will be able to discover the secrets of wine production and taste the best qualities of Franciacorta DOCG. All seasoned with rich tastings in the magnificent setting of the gentle hills. For more information click here.
3) Shopping in Franciacorta
Do you have a passion for shopping? Franciacorta welcomes you! Do not miss a afternoon at Franciacorta Outlet Village, an exciting village made up of shops and … fun!
At the disposal of adults and children the skating rink with rental there, for a moment of hilarity together with the whole family.
4) Capodanno a Sarnico
Sarnico, the southern tip of Lake Iseo, awaits you with the traditional New Year’s Eve in Piazzato the sound of music and party. From 10:30 pm the central Piazza XX Settembre will turn into a great track dance, bringing you to the new year with the most beautiful dance music .
5) Living Nativity in Ome
Over 100 people are ready to re-enact the nativity of Jesus with the living nativity of Ome. A highly anticipated event in all Franciacorta that brings us back over 2,000 years, to relive together this ancient Italian tradition. Appointment on December 26 starting from Piazza Aldo Moro towards Colle San Michele.
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