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Bellagio, the pearl of Lake Como
Your Lake Como vacation will be incomplete if you don’t visit its pearl: Bellagio , one of the most beautiful places in the Lombardy region, Italy.
Bellagio is halfway between the two southernmost foothills of Lake Como and is famous worldwide for its beautiful villas overlooking the water.
Here I have rounded up the best things to do in Bellagio for you . Most attractions are within walking distance. This makes Bellagio perfect for a day trip ????
Are you ready? Read what to expect in Bellagio, Lake Como!
THE OLD TOWN IN BELLAGIO
Shops, local food and tradition
The tiny streets of Bellagio are so beautiful that a simple stroll is well worth a visit.
The old town of Bellagio has one main street, Via Giuseppe Garibaldi , which leads to Punta Spartivento (tip of the village) in less than 10 minutes .
On Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, visitors will find dozens of shops and boutiques where you can find local groceries, leather goods, clothing, perfumes, and more.
To the left of the main road, several alleys lead to the lake shore, with a view of the Com arm of the lake.
These alleys are also full of shops and restaurants … and stairs too! So wear comfortable shoes and be prepared for many ups and downs.
In the city centre, you can get to Piazza della Chiesa and admire the Basilica of San Giacomo , a Romanesque church built between the 11th and 12th centuries.
VILLA SERBELLONI & VILLA MELZI
Gardens not to be missed
After a stroll along the romantic Lungo Lario Manzoni lakeshore, you will reach the world famous Villa Serbelloni, a luxury hotel that was built in the 15th century and is currently owned by the Rockefeller Foundation.
If you are not a guest of the villa, you cannot visit the interior of the villa. However, you can book a visit and enjoy a stroll in the 50 hectares of parks and gardens that surround the villa (contact Promo Bellagio for more information).
Strolling through the Villa Melzi Gardens is definitely one of the best things to do while in Bellagio, Italy.
Open from March to October, the villa was built between 1808 and 1810 by order of the Duke of Lodi, Francesco Melzi d’Eril. The gardens were designed by Luigi Canonica and Luigi Villoresi.
The park is home to a large number of exotic trees, camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas , among other things .
Visitors can choose between different routes as these gardens combine many elements of artistic, cultural and historical interest. The entrance fee is € 6.50 (payment only in cash).
Take Via Eugenio Vitali and a short walk will take you to Punta Spartivento .
You are in the middle of the three arms of the lake where the locals’ boats moor and where you have a chance to relax and snap some amazing photos.
Another great place to relax is Pescallo , an old fishing village southeast of the foothills.
A stepped path starting from Bellagio Town Hall will get you there in around 10 minutes. Pescallo is a very popular destination for sports lovers . So don’t miss the opportunity to go kayaking or water skiing!
Private and public trips
Are you looking for a private boat trip from Bellagio? Then here are some options that might be just right for you!
The public boat service is ideal for a day trip from Como, Varenna or other places on Lake Como.
Beaches in Bellagio
If you want to combine your stay in Bellagio with relaxing on the beach, you can choose between the public stony beach of San Giovanni and the Lido di Bellagio , which is equipped with bar, wifi and pavilions.
How to go from Milan to Como lake main destinations: Como and Bellagio. A complete set of options and travel tips from MIlan to Bellagio and a travel map.
Como lake (actually we should call it Lario lake) is one of North Italy top destinations, and lovely Bellagio is its pearl. Despite being relatively close to Milan, getting there as independent travellers could be tricky. So here is a quick guide to go from Milan to Bellagio, for a day trip or for a longer period.
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