Lake Como has always fascinated not only visitors, tourists, artists and travelers but also the locals who live there.
With its characteristic upsidedown Y shape, Lake Como is 146 km2 wide and is the deepest lake in Italy.
Suggestive and characteristic villages reflect on its blue waters and they are certainly worth a visit.
So why not to take advantage of a beautiful sunny day and have a nice boat trip?
Yes the best way to discover and admire the beauty of the lake is by sailing its waters on a traditional boat
Exploring Lake Como by boat, in complete relaxation, will make you admire a panorama that will leave you breathless, with magnificent and important villas and characteristic views ot the more or less known villages.
BOAT itineraries DISCOVERING THE VILLAS of COMO lake
After admiring the historical center of Como, including shopping, good food and art, complete the visit with a fantastic boat ride! The embarkation point is by Piazza Cavour, where Navigazione Laghi is located, and once on board you can immediately admire the Volta Temple, built in the occasion of the centenary of the death of Alessandro Volta, the War Memorial, dedicated to all the fallen, in particular to Antonio Sant’Elia, author of the drawings from which Terragni was inspired to build Palazzo Terragni, Giuseppe Sinigaglia Stadium the main football playground of the city of Como and the Novocomun, designed by Giuseppe Terragni, one of the first examples of modern architecture in Italy.
Finally, proceeding towards Cernobbio the majestic villas of the eighteenth / nineteenth century stand out, surrounded by green gardens: Villa Parravicino, Villa Resta Palladici, known as “la Rotonda”, Villa Olmo, Villa Erba and then Villa d’Este.
On the opposite bank, almost at the height ov Villa Olmo, you can also contemplate Villa Geno and iits large public park.
This is just one of the many itineraries proposed by Navigazione Laghi to end up in the best way a visit to Como and its surroundings-