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Lago de Iseo, Cremora, Crema - anyone been to any of these?

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I have four days (5 nights) in July between the time I land at Bergamo airport and when I meet my husband in Venice. Last year I did Lake Garda (solo) and the Dolomites (with husband) and I've also previously been to Lake Como so I thought Lake Iseo looked good. Since apparently few international tourists go there I'm having trouble finding much info on it. First I though 3 days, then move on for the last two but now I'm leaning towards all five days based in Iseo and do some day trips. I'm thinking of Cremora and/or Crema. My interests are basically in just wandering around historic centers and photographing the architecture, visiting the churches (again for the art and architecture), having a light lunch in a cafe - that kind of thing.

Places I've been that I loved were Bergamo, Mantua, Modena, Ferrara - so towns with those kinds of 'feel' are what I'm looking for. Even smaller towns would be great but I don't want to rent a car for this portion so they'd need to be on a train line.

Any suggestions?

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