Como Off The Beaten Path

  • Lakeside Towns/Villages
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  • Lakeside Towns/Villages
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  • Lakeside Towns/Villages
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Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Como

  • 1. Border Italy/Switzerland

    From Como it is easy to take the train to either Lugano or Bellinzona in Switzerland. They are both beautiful places and worth a visit. Bellinzona Since 2000 the three castles, Castelgrande,...

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  • 2. Lakeside Towns/Villages

    I had been in VEnice and Trento for a drive around a few days before Christmas and ran out of time to see more of Lombardy so I flew back on New Years Eve and drove up along Lake Maggiore in beautiful...

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  • 3. Brunate

    High up in the hills of Brunate is a house with a large plaque in front of it. A "famous" East European (I believe Bulgarian) writer should have been living here a while. Name: Penzo Slaveikov....

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  • 4. A little bit of Roman history

    Como's Roman heritage is not visible, apart from some re-used columns in its churches and buildings and, possibly, a little of the street layout in Citta...

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  • 5. An amazing vilage near Como: TORNO

    I'can't describe it. Just go there. An amazing little square on the lake side. With a small harbour and a romanic church. It's not a touristy place...you can...

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  • 6. Villa Olmo has its own Park

    Best known for its mesmerizing view of Lake Como, there is Parco Olmo behind the Villa that boasts lovely hidden treasures. Find them, and you'll tread the...

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  • 7. The Magical Kingdom of Al Marnich in Como

    Al Marnich is nature resort in the mountains overlooking some of the most beautiful valleys, high peaks and woodlands around Como. At 750 metres above sea level...

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  • 8. Take The Funicular Railway To Brunate

    A funicular railway in Como takes you up to the village of Brunate, at a height of 2200m. From there you get magnificent views of Como, the Lake, the...

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  • 9. Milano

    Eh... Milano... What to say... A HUGE messy city I'm not so fond of :) but many people are! :) A center of fashion and industry, a big whirlpool of everything...

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  • 10. Croaks of the frogs

    We went to Villa Olmo´s garden just before closing time (some time late evening), it was already dark and it was kind of romantic to walk in the garden with the...

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  • 11. Architectural degradation

    Ticosa is the Como shame!Ticosa was (till 70s) a big dyeing plant. They worked expecially for silk trade.Every morning, my parents told me, the little Como...

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  • 12. Arrival by car

    If you arrive to Como by car, from south (i.e. from Milano or Malpensa airport or....) you will cross Piazza Camerlata (Camerlata is a neighborhood of Como).You...

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  • 13. Versace's tribute to Passegiatta Lino Gelpi

    Along the enchanting Passegiatta Lino Gelpi you will find this tribute commissioned in 1997 by Gianni Versace - not surprising that it depicts Medusa.

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  • 14. Via Vittani

    Via Vittani is in the city center, but many people forget it.This street is very nice for itself, and here you will find CTS office, nice shops and nice...

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