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Doing sports in Varese

From rowing on the lake to gliding. From cycling to trekking. From golf to horse riding. Tips for playing sports in Varese

Follow our suggestions for doing sports in Varese. This vast territory boasts a varied landscape, perfect for engaging in sports tourism at Lombardy's side of Lake Maggiore. There is a wide range of activities to choose from depending on your tastes. 

Taking flight or riding along fascinating cycling routes, sailing on lake waters, relaxing at a golf course or enjoying a long walk, these are countless possibilities to make some exercise in close contact with nature.

Sports is one of the activities you can be doing in a land full of art, culture and great cuisine such as Varese

Browse through the following photo gallery in order to find useful hints to have outdoors fun in Varese.

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