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Pancotto

The pancotto is an extremely simple, but tasty recipe that comes directly from the peasant tradition, when all the strived is to to put something on the table while having very little in terms of ingredients. The ingredients are simple and cooking time is also short. Here is the recipe... Continue reading
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The Recipe of Pan di Mej

Pan di Mej,, or bread of millet,, was a traditional dessert that is still being prepared today on St. George's Day, that is on April 23rd, when the herdsmen agreed to buy milk. These are small cakes flavored with elderflowers, which have been soaked in fresh cream. Here is the... Continue reading
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The Best Recipes of Lake Como Cuisine

Lake Como's cuisine is a reflection of all the geographical locations of the towns and villages that overlook its shores: fresh water and mountains. That is why the most delicious dishes of the tradition enogatronomica lariana consists of fish and game and, as has been the tradition of the beautiful... Continue reading
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Lake Como Beaches: where can you to swim in Lake Como

Bellagio Beach Bellagio beach is located in the province of Lecco and is the favourite place for those who like to spend a few hours by the lake in a totally wild territory, full of plants and multiform vegetation. This beach is totally devoid of establishments and commercial activities. To... Continue reading
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The Historic Villas on Lake Como and their Splendid Gardens

Lake Como is one of the most enchanting places you can choose for your holidays. It is no coincidence that on its banks, overlook historic villas of surprising beauty and elegance, representing true masterpieces of architecture between the 16th and 19th centuries. They are all surrounded by beautiful gardens, which... Continue reading
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What to see in Torno

Torno, of pre-Roman origins, boasts a glorious past thanks to its textile, wool and tapestries, which have made it a sought-after town by the nearby Como area. Today Torno presents a welcoming village with its small port, its many ancient villas and churches, without forgetting the presence on the territory... Continue reading
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What to see in Milan

The city of Milan is considered the capital of fashion and design. Piazza Duomo with the imposing Cathedral Basilica of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is one of the first images we associate with the city of Milan. In this city, among many beauties of art and architecture,... Continue reading
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What to See in Mandello del Lario

Mandello del Lario owes its fame especially to the processing of silk and to the Moto Guzzi to which a museum is dedicated. The most beautiful area is certainly Mandello Bassa, with its houses overlooking the lake with a view of the harbor, with its narrow alleys and the old... Continue reading
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What to See in Lugano

Lugano, the largest city in the Canton of Ticino, is a Swiss city, but mainly, Italian. Famous for the surrounding panorama and the lake view. The historic center has medieval structures such as the cathedral dedicated to San Lorenzo which contains both Gothic and Renaissance elements. The heart of Lugano... Continue reading
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What to See in Lecco

Lecco overlooks Lake Como and is embraced by the mountains, from S. Martino to Resegone: it is not surprising that artists like Manzoni himself, but also Stendhal, Parini and Puccini, have been enchanted by the panorama of his lakefront. The historic center is surrounded by walls built by the Visconti... Continue reading
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