Holidays to Lake Como

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Hilton Lake Como
Hilton Lake Como
4 out of 5
Via Borgo Vico 241, Como
The price is £136 per night from 14 Nov to 14 Nov
This family-friendly Como hotel is located on the waterfront, within a 5-minute walk of Villa Olmo and Villa Saporiti. Volta Temple (Tempio Voltiano) and Caduti ...
4.5/5 Wonderful! (311 reviews)
"Excellent facilities and clean"

Reviewed on 27 Sep 2021

Hilton Lake Como
Hotel Villa Flori
Hotel Villa Flori
4 out of 5
Via Cernobbio, 12, Como, CO
The price is £156 per night from 6 Nov to 6 Nov
Situated on the beach, this romantic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Villa Bernasconi and Villa Olmo. Villa Erba and Villa Saporiti are also within 1 mile ...
4.5/5 Wonderful! (734 reviews)
"The balcony room was divine."

Reviewed on 11 Oct 2021

Hotel Villa Flori
Mandarin Oriental, Lago di Como
Mandarin Oriental, Lago di Como
5 out of 5
Via Enrico Caronti 69, Blevio, CO
The price is £548 per night from 1 Nov to 1 Nov
Situated on the beach, this luxury hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Villa Erba, Volta Lighthouse and Como-Brunate Funicular. Piazza Cavour and Casa del Fascio ...
4.7/5 Exceptional! (341 reviews)
"Stunning property with matching service. A truly special place."

Reviewed on 4 Sep 2020

Mandarin Oriental, Lago di Como
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Holiday on Lake Como

A holiday on Lake Como is an unmissable experience, even only for a weekend and regardless of the towns you decide to visit.  The choice is truly vast: starting from Como and including Menaggio, Blevio, Nesso, Tremezzo and Cernobbio, to mention but a few of the most popular tourist destinations. Thanks to the mild climate in any season or time of year and the plentiful accommodation for all tastes and budgets, organising your holidays on Lake Como will be a breeze!

Our journey starts in Como, the beating heart of the lake. Surrounded by medieval walls, the centre is compact and filled with boutiques and historic buildings erected in different eras. The city has much to offer from an architectural point of view, and how much you manage to see will, of course, depend on the time you have available, although some of the city’s attractions are unmissable. A typical route will start from Porta Torre, the entrance to the old town. Cafés, tobacconists and century-old shops line the streets on your way to Piazza San Fedele, with the eponymous Basilica on the right, in Lombard Romanesque style, and the oldest building in Como, now a book shop, on the left. The route continues along the picturesque narrow streets to the Cathedral of Como, aligned with t he Broletto and the Civic Tower. Walking under the arcades you reach Piazza Cavour, where the city opens up to afford a stunning view of the lake and mountains surrounding it. From here you can choose whether to board a ferry and take a romantic boat trip on the lake, stroll along the lakeside to Villa Olmo, or take the funicular up to Brunate.

A small town located on top of the hill overlooking Como, Brunate is impressive by day and even more fascinating at dusk, when the lights come on and the sky takes on the colours of the sunset. On the opposite bank, the other must-see town opposite Brunate is nearby Cernobbio, home to charming villas and a square overlooking the lake, very pretty and easily reached in 10 minutes by car or about forty minutes on foot.

Visitors to Lake Como who have little time available are always faced with a dilemma: west coast or east coast, which is better? Even the experts will say that both are breathtaking and the choice is difficult. If you prefer a walk with an unparalleled panoramic view, our advice is to choose the eastern side from Como to Bellagio, another place famous for its old town and bathing establishments.

The western side is no less attractive but busier, lined with palaces, restaurants and luxury hotels. Past Cernobbio, you’ll come to Moltrasio and, further north, Laglio, a charming and peaceful village which has made the headlines as the residence of George Clooney. Moving on you’ll find Argegno, with its medieval centre, Tremezzo and Menaggio, with the splendid Villa Vigoni, a house-museum surrounded by a beautiful English garden. Don’t waste time: check out our holiday packages to Lake Como and get ready for a brand new, unforgettable adventure!