Lago Santo Vacation Packages
Lago Santo is situated about 210 miles (338 kilometers) northwest of Rome, the national capital, and 50 miles (80 kilometers) east of Genoa.
When it comes to getting the most out of your vacation, it's worth remembering that Lago Santo is merely just the start; Emilia-Romagna is dotted with wonderful things to do and see. If you'd like to find even more things to see and do, check out the Fivizzano War Memorial and Castello dell'Aquila in the vicinity of Fivizzano, which you'll find 13 miles (21 kilometers) to the northwest of Lago Santo.
Approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southwest of Lago Santo is La Spezia, an important regional center and the home of Ferry Terminal, Church of Santa Maria Assunta and Cattedrale di Cristo Re. La Spezia has lots to offer those willing to hang around here a little longer. Museo Diocesano, Museo del Castello di San Giorgio and Museo Tecnico Navale are a couple of other attractions you won't want to miss.
For a look into the religious side of Lago Santo, be sure to spend a little time at the area's many cathedrals. A good trick to learn about a place and its people is by getting an understanding of its history. While in Emilia-Romagna, take the time to see the area's fine castles.
Enjoy an adventure you'll always remember while you are in the area. Be a daredevil for a day and go hot air ballooning! A great way to discover the wild landscapes in the area around Lago Santo is to join for a tobogganing or horse riding tour.
When it is time to depart this special place, say goodbye the way they do in Italian, with a hearty "Ciao."
Accommodation in Lago Santo
Comacchio is about 6 miles (10 kilometers) away from Lago Santo, and this is listed as the closest place with hotels featured on Expedia's booking website. Two of the more high-end options here are the Residence Cleo and the Club Village & Hotel Spiaggia Romea If you're seeking something towards the cheaper end of the scale, the Hotel Ariston and the Airone Bianco Residence Village are also worth a look.