Varenna is a picturesque and traditional village, located on the eastern shore of Lake Como.
Varenna is an essential stop for anyone wishing to visit one of the most typical and quite towns of the lake. A must if you are in Milan (from where you arrive after an hour train ride) or in Bellagio, which is just 15 minutes away by ferry.
Your trip to Lake Como is incomplete without a visit to its Pearl: Bellagio.
Bellagio is located halfway between the two southernmost branches of the lake, and is famous worldwide for its beautiful villas overlooking the water (like Villa Serbelloni or Villa Melzi).
Most of the attractions are located within walking distance, which makes Bellagio perfect also for a day trip.
Lecco is a small lakeside commune situated at the foothills of the Bergamo Alps in North Italy. It surrounds the eastern branch of the famous Lake Como and is just one hour from Milan. This lesser known area of Italy’s spectacular Northern Lakes offers charming architecture against a dramatic alpine backdrop, a rich cuisine and stunning lakeside vistas – but without the crowds and cruise ships of more popular towns on Lake Como or Lake Garda.