‘Lake Como’ is a name you will often hear from friends or read in travel blogs if you are planning a vacation in Italy. The third-largest lake in Italy is a hit amongst vacationers, and there are plenty of reasons behind it. So, let’s underline everything that you would like to know about the area before reaching a vacation decision.
Where exactly is it?
Lake Como has a glacial origin and is in the region of Lombardy, Italy. Considered as one of the most beautiful lakes in Italy, Como is located between Milan and the border of Switzerland.
Why is it so famous?
Those who are unfamiliar with the charm of Lake Como often wonder why it garners so much attention. Why people fly from all around the world to see just a lake?
Well, the answer to the query is that Lake Como is not just any lake; it is marked by one of the best properties, natural beauty, mountains, picturesque villages, adventure sports options, and, last but not least, the pure luxury of Lake Como holiday villas.
Apart from the cultural heritage of historic villas and waterfront cottages, the Lake Como area also offers plenty of scope for outdoor activities like hiking, trekking, and biking. The lake itself provides avenues of kite surfing, sailing, yachting, windsurfing, and fishing.
Ladies especially fall in love with the boutiques that mark the place, and men with golfing in the Lake Como area.
Who visits Lake Como?
The hot holiday spot is frequented by vacationers from all around the world that crave a quaint, peaceful holiday in the lap of nature.
The rich and famous, too, chose Lake Como to spend time away from the flashlights. Celebrities like Madonna, George Clooney, Gianni Versace, Ronaldinho, Sylvester Stallone, and Richard Branson maintain holiday homes near the shores of the lake.
If you, too, are looking forward to a similar experience, then Lake Como Villas for rent are readily available.
This guide covers Lake Como, and the towns of Como, Bellagio, Menaggio, and Varenna, in addition to the one-day trips you can make from one of these towns to Piona, Villa Carlotta, and Villa del Balbianello.
There are extensive descriptions and photos of the attractions. This guide contains links to the websites of train and navigation companies, so you can check the latest schedule and buy the tickets.
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