Hotel Ristorante BelvedereRanco Lake Maggiore
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4 reasons to choose Hotel Ristorante Belvedere
|Because the Bike Manager has more than 30 years of experience in the best of the cycling world and is also a cyclist|
|Because the services and facilities offered are high-end|
|Because the restaurant is 150 years old and is in its 5th generation|
|Because it overlooks the Lake|
Hello, I'm Guido Bonseri
your bike manager at Hotel Ristorante Belvedere
Here you will find all the information you need for your next cycling holiday
Hotel Ristorante Belvedere - Infos
How to reach the hotel
The Hotel is 27 km from Milan Malpensa Airport and 85 km from Milan Linate Airport.
Ranco is only 60 km from Milan, easily accessible both by motorway or train from nearby Sesto Calende train station.
The best routes recommended by Hotel Ristorante Belvedere
|The 7 Termini||find out||105 km||2000 mt||Medium|
|Lake Maggiore Bike Experience||find out||90 km||800 mt||Medium|
|Tour of the 4 lakes||find out||50 km||800 mt||Medium|
The best road bike trails on Lake Maggiore
|The fortress Angera and Unesco sites||find out||94 km||Easy||Recommended by Italy Bike Hotels|
|Tre Valli Varesine route||find out||72 km||Easy||Recommended by Italy Bike Hotels|
The best MTB trails on Lake Maggiore
|Hermitage of Santa Caterina||find out||40||Medium||Recommended by Italy Bike Hotels|
|On the shores of Lake Maggiore||find out||39 km||Medium||Recommended by Italy Bike Hotels|
The surrounding area of Lake Maggiore is in fact ideal terrain for both road and mountain biking. Regarding road biking, bikers can choose depending on their level if they prefer flat and hilly routes or epic climbs. We only need to think about the climbs made famous by the Giro d’Italia such as Cuvignone, Piacavallo and Mottarone.
All with a stunning panoramic view where, of course, the beauty of the lake is one of the most important features. Instead, speaking of MTB, besides the countless scenic routes which wind around the 7 lakes in the area, the scenic and evocative ones from a historical point of view, are the trails along the Cadorna line where you can see and visit the artifacts dating back to WWI. Best time to go:
March-April-May-June and September-October and November.