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Swissminiatur is an open-air miniature park, and a great chance to see Switzerland in miniature if you don't have time to cover the real thing. It's located on the shore of Lake Lugano in Melide, very close to the Melide train station. Most of the buildings are waist height, at a scale of 1:25. They were built to represent the most important buildings, monuments and transportation means in Switzerland, and kids will love the bumper cars and train rides on offer.
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Lago Maggiore is a big lake located in northern Italy on the south side of the Alps. It was once a haunt for the English royals, and before that, for Ernest Hemingway, who would take artistic inspiration from the idyllic Borromean Islands. Highlights now include a palace and a botanical garden. The lake and its shoreline are divided between the Italian regions of Piedmont and Lombardy, and the Swiss canton of Ticino. Navigazione Isole Lago Maggiore is the starting point for passenger ferries to Borromean Islands and beyond.
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