This exquisite lake in northern Italy is called Lake Orta. It was formerly known as Lago di San Guilio, as it was named after Saint Julius, the region’s patron saint. Many say that the place looks “classic Italian” with picturesque buildings, old houses, and beautiful gardens.
Italy indeed has countless to offer its millions of visitors each year. It abounds in museums, churches, historic sites, old streets, and many other attractions that any tourist would want to visit. Just make sure that you plan your vacation well to make the most out of it.
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