Hotel Don Abbondio

Piazza Era, 10, Lecco, 23900, Italy
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Monument to the Fallen (Lecco, Italy)Monument to the Fallen (Lecco, Italy)

Piazza XX Settembre (Lecco, Italy)Piazza XX Settembre (Lecco, Italy)

Lago Lecco (Italy)Lago Lecco (Italy)

Piazza Era (Lecco, Italy)Piazza Era (Lecco, Italy)

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Getting from Lecco to Bergamo

by heathersq

Hi,

I'll be spending a few days in the Lake Como area, and planned to spend a couple of nights in Bellagio, but am considering spending the last day/night in Lecco - I need to get a 10am train the next morning from Bergamo so am thinking getting from Lecco by train early the morning is probably easiest. Does anyone have an opiion on that - how easy/not it will be to get from Lecco to Bergamo, and also - is Lecco an OK place to spend a very small amount of time? Other suggestions also very welcome! Thank you.

RE: Getting from Lecco to Bergamo

by Cristian_Uluru

Ciao, Lecco is a very nice town where to spend some time. Very nice are also the small town on the Lake of Como like Fiumelatte, Varenna, Abbadia...
If you have the train in Bergamo at 10 am, you can take in Lecco these trains:
- 7:03 arrive to Bergamo at 07:47;
- 8:08 arrive to Bergamo at 8:50;
- 9:08 arrive to Bergamo at 9:50.

All of them are direct train.

Ciao

RE: RE: Getting from Lecco to Bergamo

by heathersq

Thank you so much for that info, a big sign of relief - I can now happily plan to be in Lecco and know won't miss my flight (unless I can't bear to get on train to leave!) :) I'm very much looking forward to the trip. Any chance you could suggest a hotel? (am I pushing my luck!?)

Thanks again,

RE: RE: Getting from Lecco to Bergamo

by Cristian_Uluru

Ciao, in Lecco there are these hotels:

http://www.artemotore.com/alberghi/lecco.htm

There is also a Jolly Hotel.

I hope it can help you.

ciao

Travel Tips for Lecco

wind

by Aurorae

Sometimes on the lake there is a very powerful wind, that makes it impossible almost to walk! It doesn't happen so often, but when it does, it's lethal! However, then the lake looks so beautiful with all the waves and the noise of the wind and water. Only the seagulls dare to confornt the wind!

And more...

by Aurorae

Skiing is very impressive in the mountains above the lake, but be careful of sudden abysses and avalanche! There are many people taking advantage the snow season so don't be afraid that you'll get lonely!

From high above

by Aurorae

A view on the lake from the top of the mountain Coltignone (1500 m), in Parco Valantino, just some minutes away from Lecco.
Pity that the visibility was not so good, as there was no wind and the air wasn't clear. But still you can see the Swiss mountains behind, and the lake Lugano.

Sentiero dei pizzetti views

by Aurorae

There is this beautiful path called "Sentiero dei pizzetti" and it is very scenic, but very steep as well, most of the time you have to use the chains and climb the vertical cliffs! However, every effort pays off, because at the end you reach the mountain tops full of green meadows and pines, with impressive views! In the middle of nowhere somebody even managed to construct this wooden bench, to help the visitors admire the stunning view down on the lake (Lago di Lecco, part of Como lake).

Pizzetto

by Aurorae

Pizzetto, in Italian means the decorations that you find in the clothes, handmade by some grandmother. :) But in "mountain" language it means small/little peaks of rocks, and the path walking across and above it.
So, the first one of these pizzetti is a bit bigger than the others, and it is so strategic and isolated that its top was even chosen from ancient Goti populations to build some few houses and to control the valley of the lake, and the town as well, so that from there they could always see who was coming and from where, and they could alarm the village that was on the other side of the lake. And since there were no radios, the only way was lighting a fire, and probably they were doing it in the most exposed place of the flat head of the pizzetto.

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