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Como, Italy

Como, Italy

Como is situated at the tip of the southwestern branch of Lake Como in Lombardy. The popular vacation destination is an ancient town more than 400 years old with magnificent churches and historic monuments. Considered a town off the beaten track, there are many incredible places to see and things to do such as visiting beautiful towns and villages tucked away in the surrounding mountains. Though there is much to do in town, exploring the surrounding towns of Bellagio, Laglio and Menaggio (which can be reached by boat, cable car or by car) is the real treat.

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Como, Italy

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The One Thing You Don't Want To Miss

Time permitting, take a car ferry over to Bellagio, labeled the pearl of the lake and ranked as one of the most beautiful towns in Europe. The town is home to narrow cobbled streets, immaculate homes and stupendous villas. Attractions not to be missed are the 18th- and 19th-century villas, Villa Serbelloni, Villa Melzi and the 12th-century Romanesque cathedral dedicated to Saint Giacomo.

Sporting Adventures

For the outdoor adventurist and sport aficionados, Como and the surrounding region offers an abundance of sport and leisure opportunities. Take a swing on the golf, tennis or squash courses offered at many of the local hotels and if you're looking for watersport activities, you can't go wrong in Como. Choose from sailing, surfing, windsurfing and boating on Lake Como.

Other Fun Things To Do

  • Visit Laglio - Explore the neighboring woods and the "Bear's Cave" ("buco dell'orso") where the bones of bears were found along with other remains dating back to prehistoric times, many of which are on display in the town hall.
  • Visit Moltrasio - Wealthy villas, Villa Passalacqua, Villa Pasola, Villa Erker Hocevar and Villa Ghisio recall the fondness of noble families for places such as Moltrasio, where they built their summer residences.
  • Visit Briennio - Described as a typical medieval hamlet, the town of Brienno retains much of the atmosphere and look of the period. Explore the church of Saints Nazaro and Celso and its incredible view of the lake, or the church of Saint Anna, one of the oldest churches in the Romanesque style.
  • Visit Baradello - A short drive from Como, Baradellow is another town that pays homage to the medieval times with its 12th century castle standing on top of the hills, surround by fortified walls and the annual jousting contest.

Local Currency

The Euro (EUR), the currency of the European Union, is the official currency of Italy. Many stores and restaurants also accept major credit cards, which usually offer you a good exchange rate. When shopping, remember there is a Value-Added Tax added to most purchases.

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