Bellagio Things to Do

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  • 1. Villa Melzi

    The Villa Melzi is a short walk from the centre of Bellagio along a promenade lined with oleander trees. The Villa was built between 1808 and 1810 for Francesco Melzi d'Eril, who was vice president...

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  • 2. Basilica of San Giacomo

    The Basilica of San Giacomo, built around the end of the 10th century to the beginning of the 12th century, is considered an excellent example of Roman - Lombard architecture. The church has...

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  • 3. Varenna

    Varenna, on the eastern shore of the lake, can be visited easily from Bellagio by either the car ferry or the passenger service. A return ticket costs €9.20. I found it a more attractive town than...

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  • 4. A Leisurely Boat Ride Around Lago di Como

    On one day with very fair weather, our group chartered a boat to show us around Lago di Como. While the boat looked quite small from the outside, inside it was...

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  • 5. Torre delle Arti Bellagio

    This tower dates from the eleventh century and was formerly part of the town's defences. Now the space is used for temporary exhibitions. In the lower part of...

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  • 6. Villa Carlotta

    The famous Villa Carlotta is an easy trip across the lake from Bellagio. The villa was built at the end of the 17th century for the Clericis (a powerful...

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  • 7. Ferry ride to Cadenabbia

    It's very quick and easy to get to Cadennabbia using the regular car ferry service (€4.60 one way), but I didn't like Cadenabbia itself as much as Bellagio or...

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  • 8. Museum of Navigational Instruments

    This museum is located in the hamlet of San Giovanni, approximately 25 minutes walk from Bellagio.It's a private collection occupying three floors of the...

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  • 9. Historical Walking Tour

    You can pick up a free historical walking tour leaflet (available in several languages) from the Tourist Office. I obtained mine from the little Bellagio town...

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  • 10. Villa Serbelloni

    The Villa Serbelloni (not to be confused with the Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni - see below) is owned by the Rockefeller Foundation, and can only be visited as...

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  • 11. The Historic Villa Serbelloni

    The Villa Serbelloni, not to be confused with the Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni, is a grand and historic estate situated on about 50 acres of land covering most...

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  • 12. Take a Stroll

    Don't worry about making a check-list of sites to visit in Bellagio. This charming visit is about something else - relaxing, enjoying a sunny day by the lake,...

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  • 13. Walk Bellagio's Salita!

    Bellagio is located within the split of Lake Como and comprises of lakeside and hills. It spreads over a ranging area and gives great views in all directions,...

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  • 14. Bellagio Public Library

    Whilst wandering through the streets of Bellagio, we came across the Biblioteca Popolare. It wasn't open whilst we were there but there were sun umbrellas...

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  • 15. Chiesa di San Giorgio

    The small Romanesque church of San Giorgio (Saint George) can be found next to the Town Hall in Bellagio. This church dates back to between 1080 and 1120.The...

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  • 16. BELLAGIO WATER TAXIS

    Tour one of Italy's jewels, Lake Como, in a custom-made Italian Boat. The third generation business BELLAGIO WATER TAXIS has a fleet of stunning wooden boats....

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  • 17. TROMBETTA EXPRESS - BELLAGIO TOURIST TRAIN

    If you don't feel like walking around in the heat, try the TROMBETTA EXPRESS - BELLAGIO TOURIST TRAIN. The Train starts near the Ferry and stops at various...

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  • 18. Stroll through the gardens at Villa Melzi

    How to describe Villa Melzi? How about a relaxing place where you can explore the beauty of English gardens in Bellagio. The gardens of Villa Melzi are just a...

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  • 19. Cruise around the lake between quaint islands

    Lake? I can't believe dat!I love evrything about this place- the pizza-eating ducks(!!), cobblestoned paths, Alberto with his ever ready smile (the mgr at my...

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  • 20. Lenno - Vila Balbianello

    This vila is located approx 1km from Lenno and is only opened at certain times of the year.The Vila was originally built for Cardinal Durini in 1787. For more...

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  • 21. Menaggio

    Menaggio is an excellent base for exploring Lake Como due to its excellent transport system which connects to various villages and also from Milan and the...

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  • 22. Village of Bellagio

    The village of Bellagio is absolutely gorgeous with little cobble lanes running up and down the hill to the waterfront. The shops can be located in any of the...

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  • 23. Tremezzo: Villa Carlotta.

    The Villa Carlotta was built in the 16th century for a Prussian Princess and is now famous for its beautiful gardens and park lands which surround the...

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  • 24. Loppia

    Loppia is located about 20 minutes walk from the center of town. Its well worth your effort to take a stroll along the road to Loppia and have coffee on the...

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  • 25. Historical Tour around Bellagio

    There are a few tour companies in Bellagio which give you an excellent guide through the beautiful village of Bellagio and Lake Como.Ring or organize your own...

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