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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 Como

Not sure what to see in Como? The things to see here are so many that anyone could have a natural embarrassment of choice. Fortunately there is some small guide, like this one, on the best places to visit in Como. The must-see place par excellence of Como is the... Continue reading
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What to See in Cernobbio

Cernobbio is located on Lake Como, not far from the capital of Como. Among the prestigious villas scattered in the territory of Cernobbio, Villa D'Este, the most famous, is now home to the Grand Hotel. The first building dates back to 1589, built according to a project by the architect... Continue reading
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What to See in Tavernola

Tavernola is a small gem set in a jewel. It is the smallest fraction of the Municipality of Como, a natural landing place on the lake and a reference point for sportsmen. Tavernola offers visitors its characteristic lakeside village. The houses are characterized by brick facades and a shed for... Continue reading
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What to See in Brienno

Enchanting medieval village, Briennio is located on the western shore of Lake Como at an altitude of 203 meters and is characterized by the many houses that seem to rise from the waters of the lake creating a truly evocative panorama. The parish church of the SS. Nazaro and Celso... Continue reading
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What to See in Carate Urio

Carate Urio: Pearl of Lake Como. Carate Urio is a charming town that hosts just over a thousand inhabitants. It was founded in 1927 thanks to the fusion of two distinct communities: that of Carate Lario and that of Urio. The first is located further downstream, more near the lake,... Continue reading
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What to See in Argegno

Argegno is a jewel among the waters of Lake Como, between coniferous and deciduous forests and the mountains behind. The town has Roman origins if we consider some inscriptions on tombstones that show the name of the consul Publio Cesio Archigene in relation to the ancient Lecco. The old town... Continue reading
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What to See in Moltrasio and Laglio

Moltrasio and Laglio are two small towns in the province of Como, lying on the west coast of Lario. Of particular interest are the parish church dedicated to San Martino where a fragment of the Holy Crown of Thorns, worn by Jesus during the Passion, is kept. Another interesting structure... Continue reading
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What to See in Brunate

Brunate is nicknamed "The Balcony of the Alps" thanks to breathtaking views that offer glimpses of the Po Valley, all while being immersed among ancient churches and villas in Liberty style. The elevated position of the city is privileged with its 715 meters of height. Despite being a small town,... Continue reading
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