PERIOD AND PLAN OF TOUR.

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Flan. The traveller's movements must of course be regulated

in accordance with the objects he has in view, and with the time

and money at his command. The chief centres of attraction in

N. Italy are Milan, Venice, Genoa, and Florence. The following

short itinerary, beginning and ending at Milan, though very far from

exhaustive of the beauties of N. Italy, includes most of the places

usually visited, with the time required for a glimpse at each.

Days

Milan (R. 20); and excursion to Pavia (the Certosa, R. 28) . . . 21/-i

To the Lago di Como, Lago di Lugano, and Lago Maggiore (RR. 23,

24, 26) and on to Turin...............2l/-t

Turin (R. 9).....................1

From Turin to Genoa (R. 14 a or 14 b)..........l/-z

Genoa (R. 15), and excursion to Pegli (Villa Pallavicini, p. 101) . 2

Via, Spezia to Pisa, see R. 19; Pisa (R. 51).........lVz

, Via. Lucca and Pistoja to Florence, see R. 52........1

Florence (R. 53)...................6

From Florence to Bologna (R. 49)............V'2

Bologna (R. 47)...................l'/a

Excursion to Ravenna (R. 48)..............1

From Bologna via, Ferrara (R. 46) to Padua, see R. 45 .... 1

|Or to Modena (R. 44) and Parma (R. 43), see R. 42 . . . . . . I1/*

From Modena via, Mantua to Verona (see R. 36) and via, Vicenza

to Padua (see R. 37).................ilIA

Padua (R. 38), and thence to Venice...........1

Venice (R. 40) . a..........r.........4

From Venice (via, Vicenza) to Verona (R. 35), see R. 37 . . . .2

[Excursion to Mantua (p. 210), when the way from Modena to Verona

via, Mantua is not adopted...............V2I

Lago di Garda (R. 32).................l'/2

From Peschiera via, Brescia (R. 33) and Bergamo to Milan (RR. 31, 30) 1

To those who wish to visit only a part of North Italy (whether

the eastern or western), the following itineraries may [be recom¬

mended : —

a. Eastern Part, starting from the Brenner Railway. Days

From Trent or Mori to Riva (p. 46), Lago di Garda (R. 32) . . . iljz

Verona (R. 35)....................1

Excursion to Mantua (p. 210)..............V2

From Verona via, Vicenza (p. 215) to Padua.........1

Padua (R. 38), and thence to Venice...........1

Venice (R."40)....................4

From Venice via, Ferrara (R. 46) to Bologna........1

Bologna (R. 47)...................IV2

Excursion to Ravenna (R. 48)..............1

From Bologna to Modena (R. 44) and Parma (R. 43), see R. 42 . . lVa

From Parma via, Piacenza (p. 285) to Milan.........Va

Milan (R. 20), and excursion to Pavia (the Certosa, R. 28) . . . 2'/a

Lago Maggiore, Lago di Lugano, Lago di Como (RR. 23, 24, 26) and

from Lecco via, Bergamo and Brescia (R. 33) to Verona . . . 3'/2

b. Western Part, starting from the St. Gotthard, Spliigen, or Simplon.

Days

Lago di Como, Lago di Lugano, Lago Maggiore (RR. 23, 24, 26) . 2

Milan (R. 20)....................2

From Milan to Turin (R, 11)..............1

Turin (R. 9), and thence to Genoa (R. 14 a or 14 b)......1

Genoa (R. 15), and excursion to Pegli (Villa Pallavicini, p. 101) , 1

Excursion to Nice (RR. 16, 17).............3

From Genoa via, Novi, Voghera, and Pavia {Certosa, R. 28) to Milan H/2

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