Are you planning a a stay in Como or its surrounding to visit the historic centre and the many places of interest nearby?
Then we advise you to choose a lodging that comes with a large parking lot, so you can leave your car there and enjoy your vacation by… cycling!
That’s right! It’s common knowledge – parking lots in Como are always hard to find, especially nowadays, when most parking areas are either the pay and display kind or reserved to local residents.
So what about tourists and travellers?
Lake Como has always attracted not only vacationers, tourists, artists and travellers, but also its inhabitants, who know it by heart but never cease to enjoy it.
With its characteristic reversed Y shape, Lake Como stretches over an area of 146 km2, and is Italy’s deepest lake.
The blue waters reflect the image of the characteristic and picturesque villages that surround the lake and are certainly worth a visit.
So why not make the best of a beautiful sunny day and take a boat tour?
Bellagio, also known as the jewel of Lake Comois a charming and romantic town that stands out for its , striking urban architecture, characterised by narrow alleys, long stairways, lively shops, pastel-coloured buildings and a unique lakeside promenade.
After a long walk through the historic centre of Bellagio, why not stop and admire the view, with its green mountains and the blue waters of the lake?
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