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Morcote – Lodging

Hotels: Hotel Rivabella: This hotel is only seven minutes away from downtown. The rooms are furnished in a simple way but very comfortable. The hotel has a terrace and a private beach on the lake. Double rooms from CHF 135.

Paradiso – How to get there

TPL bus: You can take the bus number 8 to reach Paradiso which will arrive at Paradiso Via Calprino. The buses run every day. SBB train You can also take the train to Paradiso. The train station is right at

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Pazzallo – How to get there

By public means of transport: TPL SA: Bus Line 8: Paradiso – Pambio-Noranco/Carabbia Senago/Sguancia  Postbus: Line 434: Lugano – Carona It is also possible to reach Pazzallo by train. Take the train until Paradiso. From there you can either take

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Cureggia – Lodging

Holiday House Camélia: The Holiday House Camélia can be found above Cureggia, 200m from the center of the village. Even though it is close to the center, the holiday house is a very quiet place, close to the forest and

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Paradiso – Lodging

Holiday Inn: The four-star hotel is located in the heart of Paradiso, only a few steps away from the lake of Lugano. The price starts from CHF 115. – per person per night. Phone: 0800 838 028 Website: www.holidayinn.com Grand

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Morcote – Attractions

Il Castello: The castle of Morcote was built by the Visconti family and was a strong military force. Today the castle’s grounds are used for the production of wines from Ticino. You can walk to the hills of Alpe Vicania. Website:

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Cureggia – Attractions

Celebrating the Befana On Epiphany day, the Befana (a kindly old woman who brings gifts) is celebrated in the various town squares. During the event a bag of gifts is given to the children. May 4, Festival of San Gottardo: The village

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Pazzallo – Attractions

Museum Mario Bernasconi:Visit the museum with its private collection of works of the Swiss sculptor Mario Bernasconi and his wife, the painter Irma Bernasconi-Pannes. The museum houses an archive containing many photos and original writings, as well as the first

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Paradiso – Attractions

Il Monte San Salvatore Funicolare: The Monte San Salvatore funicular is one of three cable cars operating in the area of Lugano. The line connects the railway station of Lugano Paradiso with Monte San Salvatore. The line was built in

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Cureggia – Description

Originally the name of the village of Cureggia was Curezia. The first time the village was officially mentioned was in 1329. The document consisted of a list with the legal rights in favor of the bishop of Como. The name

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