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Private Tour: Lake Como and Valtellina Day Trip with Lunch and Wine-Tasting from Milan
"From Milan (Central train station) take the train to Varenna (approx. 1-hour) a charming little village on the Lake Como right in front of Bellagio another renowned 'treasure' of the lake. Your guide will meet you upon your arrival and you will enjoy a short tour of the picturesque village. Walk through the labyrinth of typically narrow streets some of them built over the rock and cliff right above the water and enjoy a breathtaking view. Then you will drive all the way up to Valtellina which is a valley located in the Lombardy region (northern Italy) that begins right at the top of lake Como. Your guide will drive as much as possible off the main roads so that you can go through some tiny and pristine villages clinging to the mountains. You will stop for lunch (local wine included)
From EUR165.00
 
Sacro Monte of Varese Unesco World Heritage Site Walking Tour
"Meet your group and local guide at the First Chapel then ascend the mountain to see the 14 Chapels representing Jesus's life. Your guide will share the history of each chapel as you travel for 1.5-hours along a 2 km (approximately 1 mile) cobblestone pat the group will visit the permanent Presepe followed by the Sanctuary which is a little gem of baroque art. The guide will show the group the wooden statue of the Black Madonna (30 min). After the Sanctuary spend about 30 minutes visiting the little village of Santa Maria del Monte where it is possible to see mural paintings and stunning views from the windows of typical underpasses. There will be a brief rest stop at the Emporio Shop where visitors can sample local products and do some shopping. The bus will wait for the group at the parking lot located a few minutes walk from the Sanctuary.""""Guided 3-hour walking tour to discover Varese's Sacro Monte
From EUR8.00
 
Milan Hop-On Hop-Off Tour by Vintage Tram with MilanoCard
"With your MilanoCard 24h handy hop aboard one of Milan’s vintage trams and begin exploring. Milan mixes centuries of history with impressive modern architecture and the MilanoCard brings you closer to all of it. Mingle with the fashionistas soak up the atmosphere and marvel at the stunning scenery — the MilanoCard is your key to the best Milan has to offer!Wander through ancient piazzas to discover city gems such as the Royal Villa and its gardens or explore Milan’s famous cathedral Duomo di Milano. Construction of the cathedral began in 1386 and took almost six centuries. It stands today as the fifth largest cathedral in the world.Hop off at Piazza Castello and enjoy discounted access to Sforza Castle an imposing stone fortress with a history dating back to the 15th century. Sforza Castle houses some of Milan’s finest art collections alongside an array of magnificent museums. Perhaps jump back on the tram and head to Piazza Scala to visit La Scala considered by many to be the most famous opera house in the world. Alternatively
From EUR15.00

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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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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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Basilica of San Giacomo

The Basilica of San Giacomo is said to be one of the best examples of the Lombard-Romanesque style of architecture in the region. It was built between 1075 and 1125. It was decreed a National monument...
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Gusto Italiano Cooking Classes

My daughter and I carefully planned a 2 week itinerary throughout Italy by train. Following the advice of our B+B owner in Bellagio, we pre-booked a cooking class at Agusto Italiano to learn how...
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Villa Serbelloni

Villa Serbelloni an accomodation not for TouristPhoto taken: 1st Nov. 2013 Yes this is a Villa and an accommodation but not for tourists. This Villa which was once owned by The Duke of Bellagio now...
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Jan 10, 2016

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 quite roomy and comfortable with...
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Aug 17, 2013
 
 
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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 the tower is the small Comune di Bellagio...
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SallyM
Jul 31, 2013

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 Milanese family). It was bought in 1801 by Gian...
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SallyM
Jul 29, 2013

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 Varenna. One of the downsides is the...
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SallyM
Jul 29, 2013

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 building. A small museum, but interesting. The...
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SallyM
Jul 21, 2013

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 office in the old medieval defensive...
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SallyM
Jul 19, 2013

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 part of a guided tour. Tours run twice a...
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SallyM
Jul 17, 2013

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 of the promontory on which the town of...
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Jun 29, 2013

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, unwinding!Bellagio is for folks who are...
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Mar 10, 2013

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Piazza Mazzini 1, Bellagio, 22021, Italy
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Via Roma 1, Bellagio, Lake Como, 22021, Italy
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Piazza Mazzini, 46, Bellagio, Lake Como, 22021, Italy
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"Bellagio - Pearl of Lake Como"
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