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Como – Wonderful City at the Southern Bank of Lake Como – Beautiful Panorama’s and excellent Food and Drink

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Como, Italy

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45.8080597, 9.0851765

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Address

Como, Italy

GPS

45.8080597, 9.0851765

Telephone

Como

COMO CITY

A guide to the best things to do in Como, Italy

Located on the ItalianSwiss border, the city of Como in Italy overlooks the southwest end of its lake and is surrounded by green ridge hills, resulting in unparalleled, natural scenery. The cool thing about Como is that you can really see and do a lot of things, whether you are visiting Lake Como for a day or staying longer. Ready to start? Here are the attractions that you must see during your visit and the best experiences that you can get!
Como City, Italy, Lake Como

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Como town center, Italy

Delightful streets full of shops, churches & more

Como lakefront, Italy

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Quick trip to Brunate

Get on the cable car and see the lighthouse

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Delightful streets full of shops, churches and more

Outside the medieval walls

Como, Italy: Piazza Vittoria
Piazza Vittoria
Your trip in Como can start from Piazza Vittoria, home of the monument to Giuseppe Garibaldi (the famous Italian general who liberated the city from the Austrians in 1859). Here, along the medieval walls that enclose the Como town center, one of the most typical things to see is the the outdoor market, where you can find vintage clothing and handcrafts.
Como, Italy: Porta Torre
Porta Torre
The outdoor market – open on Tuesdays/Thursdays from 8 am to 1 pm, and on Saturdays from 8 am to 7 pm – is located next to Porta Torre, the main entrance of the old town.

San Fedele, Cathedral and the main squares

After entering the town center, you will notice the incredible amount of cafés and shops that will make your holiday unforgettable. If you love fashion, you’ll be happy to know that Como has plenty of clothing stores for all budgets. Walk towards Piazza San Fedele and lose yourself in the delightful little streets of the town center, where you can sip a coffee together with the locals. Piazza San Fedele, originally a wheat market, is one of the main squares and hosts a beautiful Romanesque Church which dates back to 1120: the Basilica of San Fedele. If you happen to pass through this little square on Saturdays, you will have the chance to come across numerous stalls, where you can find some antiques and handcrafted items.
Como Cathedral, Italy
Cathedral
Your stroll through the Town should continue toward Piazza del Duomo, which hosts the Cathedral. Visiting the Como Cathedral (Duomo di Como) is definitely one of the best things to do, since the church is characterised by a set of styles ranging from Romanesque to Gothic.
Como, Italy: Piazza Duomo
Piazza Duomo
Right in between the cathedral and its bell tower you will find the Broletto (the old town hall), that once hosted public assemblies.

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