D26***45it was our honeymoon trip! we loved Lake Como so much! such a beautiful view everywhere! You have to stay the hotel in Lake Como, every morning is so amazing to look the view with a wine. we will go again after i born the baby as a family trip :)
M32***23There are two parks in Tremezzina: Parco Comunale (Parco Comunale) and the more exquisite Villa Carlotta (Villa Carlotta) park. The famous Villa Carlotta was built in 1690. Carlota is the name of a beautiful woman, and the manor is a dowry given to her by her mother. The white villa by the lake has now been transformed into a small museum, which houses a copy of Love and Psyche by the Italian sculptor Antonio Canova (the original is in the Louvre in Paris).
噼里啪啦Go deep into Como like a local. The town is very friendly. Everyone is very happy to chat with you a few words. If you don't understand the language, add body language. An installation attraction in Como is very interesting. Lake Como is the third largest lake in Italy and one of the deepest lakes in Europe.
紛享樂Bellagio concentrates the essence of Como, with mountains and waters, picturesque. The commercial area is full of handicrafts, art shops, and restaurants. It is built on the hillside. Although the place is not very big, it is full of style to stroll around. You can take a ferry to tour the two sides of the strait and admire the celebrity mansions, or you can simply take a small train to go around. You can drive by yourself or take a bus. Self-driving is recommended, because you enter the mountain road in the main viewing area and surround the lake all the way, which is especially beautiful in the sun. If you don't have time to spend a weekend in Como, you can come directly to Bellagio.
There are few places as romantic as Lake Como, and even fewer lakeside towns as charming as Bellagio. Called "the Pearl of Lake Como", Bellagio is a perfect destination for a relaxing vacation with pizzazz and enchanting panoramas.
Bellagio is situated in a picturesque position on Lake Como, on the tip of the promontory which juts into the lake and separates it into two branches, with Como to the west and Lecco to the east. The town has always had an aristocratic dignity, and has drawn respite seekers for centuries. It has an elegant air yet with the water sports and mountain activities, is not a stuffy place, either.
The most ancient part of Bellagio occupies that area at the end of the promontory and is known as 'the Borgo'. It is a pretty combination of stairways lined with colorful shops with the finest quality merchandise and excellent restaurants, little piazzas and sidewalk cafes. Numerous little characteristic hamlets are scattered both along the lake and the hilly slopes above the Borgo, and there are walking paths connecting them. Arcades with shops below, flower boxes, decorative iron balconies and cobbled lanes make for an attractive atmosphere. Bellagio retains Old World appeal.
Because it has been a getaway for wealthy dignitaries, there are many villas around the town, some with spectacular gardens. Don't miss Villa Melzi's garden with scultpures and the park of Villa Serbelloni. A scenic spot you'll want to visit is Punt Spartivento, literally "divide the wind" where the promontory comes to a point in the lake. Stop for a drink in the warm wood-laid historic Caffe Rossi, which retains the fittings and charm of a by-gone age, with tables under the arcade. The Museum of Navigational Instruments is an interesting stop, and there are plenty of water sports, boat trips and hikes in the hills to enjoy, too. A tourist train lets you see a bit further afield, or you can catch a ferry to Varenna for a day.
very beautiful place especially in the morning. Not a lot of tourist. Good place for shopping. Boats to Menaggio every half an hour.