Haus Bethusy

via Eugenio Vitali, 20, Bellagio, 22021, Italy
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Bellagio to Venice

by mhemlock

We will be in Bellagio in mid-September; from Bellagio we will go on to Venice. I am wondering if there is an alternative way to go from Bellagio to Venice other than the train route that goes from Como to Milan to Venice? Are there suitable buses or car services (not car rentals)?

Thanks to all to any who consider this question.

Re: Bellagio to Venice

by qaminari

There's a bus from Bellagio to Como but not from there to Venice. As an alternative to starting from Como, you can take the train from Varenna, but either way you have to change in Milan. You CAN take a bus from Milan to Padova and from there to Venice, but I think it takes about 5 hours so it would be much better by train. There are plenty of chauffeur-driven car services, ask for a quote from http://www.barindelli.it/bellagio-malpensa.htm, www.comolimo.com, www.milanobycar.com (or ask for local advice, someone in your hotel may know someone...).

Re: Bellagio to Venice

by zacchio

I suggest train.
The area around Milan is the most chaotic that you can find in Italy.
Jam traffic is killing everybody.
Consider that Venice train station is a perfect location to reach easely dowtown:
from the train you take the "vaporetto" boat and go directly to "Piazza San Marco" by "Canal Grande".
it is very comfortable, you have only to be careful to the pickpockets that are waiting for the tourists :)

Travel Tips for Bellagio

Elegant Villa Carlotta

by deecat

Bellagio is located on the point of land that divides Lago di Como into three parts. From its location, one can see the entire expanse of the lake and a view of the Alps!

Across the lake from Bellagio is the elegant Villa Carlotta. This villa is open daily from 9 am-6pm. There is an entrace fee which is not too steep.

The villa was built by a Prussian princess for her daughter. The gardens are almost as beautiful as the villa itself. The picture shows one of the many sculptures that we observed while there. This particular sculpture is by the famous Canova. We were in Bellagio in the spring, and the Villa Carlotta gardens were starting to burst forth with color. There were azaleas, camellias, and rhododendrons of various color and size. It was quite grand.

Other beautiful villas with gardens include Villa Melzi which was built by Franceso Melzi, a friend of Napoleon. It has Egyptian sculptures.

In addition, there is Villa Serbelloni, now owned by the Rockefeller Foundation.

All these villas, but especially Villa Carlotta, were quite spectacular.

Ferry entrance

by Aurorae

There are several places to take the ferry, depends where you want to go. Most of them are in the center, of course, and impossible to miss. But be sure to check where is the exact borading place, where you want to go!

Take the time for San Martino

by yorkshirekate

If you have an extra day in Bellagio grab a sandwich and comfortable shoes and head across the lake to Cadenabbia. The village doesn't look much as you come across the water, though the gardens of Adenauer's Villa la Collina are pretty (and if you ever get the chance to stay there take it, as we did). But persevere, turn right along the lake front as you get off the boat and then take the road that winds up the hill. If you are feeling fit you can take the stops that go up beside the Anglican Church - the oldest in Italy - and follow them up to the ancient village of Griante. The dangers of life in medieval Italy are exemplilfied in the thick walls of the houses and the defensibility of every one of them. Look our for the Via San Martino and follow the pilgrim way up the hill. Unless you are fit allow lots of time. The locals told us it would take us an hour but it was nearer two by the time we had stopped to admire the views from the chapel of ease half way up and looked at all the wonderful wild flowers forming a carpet on the woodland floor and talked to a couple of donkeys over a wall. The path is kept in good condition and there are stations of the Cross at regular intervals but shoe soles need to be thick enough to deal with cobbles. When you get up to the Chapel it is worth every bit of thé effort you put into getting there. And you get back down much faster than you came up. Look out for ancient frescoes on the houses in Griante and bridges crossing the narrow street at first floor height.

Loppia

by CarolynShort

Loppia is a very small fishermans hamlet on the western side of the Bellagio peninsula. Only about 10 minutes walk from Bellagio town centre, there's not too much there apart from the Hotel Silvio where we stayed, a tabacconist/bar and a nice looking restaurant.

Getting to Bellagio

by CarolynShort

We flew from the UK to Bergamo Airport with BMIBaby, but Ryanair also use Bergamo as a destination for Milan. Regular buses run from the airport to Bergamo (1.05 Euro) station where you can catch a train to Varenna Esino (via Lecco or Milan Centrale)then hop on a ferry across the lake to Bellagio. Trains from Bergamo also run to other popular destinations like Verona, Venice, Brescia etc.

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 Haus Bethusy

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Address: via Eugenio Vitali, 20, Bellagio, 22021, Italy