On the southern shore of Lake Maggiore, stands the majestic Rocca di Angera, first belonged to the Visconti and later to the Borromeo. The peculiarity of this structure is the spectacular architectural balance of the five different factory coverings, erected since the year 1000.
The rooms also offer an amazing journey through frescoes, canvases, furnishings and original decorations brought back to their original splendor by careful restoration work.
Crossing the halls of Buon Romano, Mythology, Ceremonies, San Carlo, Fasti Borromeo
...is an experience that leaves the visitor breathless.
Outside, in addition to the beautiful view of the lake and the Prealps, the garden is the subject of careful work to bring it back to its original appearance, conducted through the study of the ancient medieval codes.
Of great value, also, in the halls of the palace the Doll Museum that collects dolls, wooden toys and tin, books and newspapers for boys, iconographic material from sec. XVIII to the present day.