One of the deepest and most photogenic lakes in Europe, sparkling Lake Como is a stunning destination famed for its luxury homes, shimmering waters and pure tranquility away from the bustle of city life. The largest urban area on Lake Como, the town of Como itself is over 400 years old and bursting with ancient churches, historic monuments, verdant gardens and, of course, tasty antipasti. Don’t miss the beautiful Cathedral, considered by many to be the last Gothic cathedral built in Italy. On sunny days, wander through the lakeside gardens of the elegant Villa Olmo or take a funicular railway line up to Brunate for fabulous views from the Alps Balcony.
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