It’s time for lunch! There’s no shortage of options either in the Old Town or on Piazza Grande, whether you fancy a quick sandwich or treating yourself to a full meal. After lunch, finish your museum binge with a visit to the Fondazione Ghisla collection, where works of art from the second half of the 20th century to the present day are on display. The afternoon is also the ideal time for a stroll in the area furthest from Locarno’s historical centre. Kids will love a visit to the Falconry and its free flying show. Hugging the lake as we walk back towards the centre, we cross the beautiful Parco delle Camelie – the setting for the spring festival dedicated to these flowers, symbol of the town – and enjoy a stroll through the almost 1,000 different varieties of camellias, including some fragrant hybrids. Following the tree-lined lakefront dappled with reflections of the sun on the surface of the water, we return towards the centre and stop for a moment in Largo Zorzi, crossing the Moon&Stars Walk of Fame, where artists performing at the famous Locarno music festival have left their handprints over the years. Which is your favourite?