10+ Fotografii cu frumusetea Lacului Como, Italia

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takes us on a tour of Lake Como’s legendary villas and picturesque small towns—link in bio.

Tour Italy’s Lake Como by Boat - Villa la Cassinella, on the western side of the lake, is surrounded by perfectly manicured trees. The sumptuous property, which is accessible primarily by boat, is available to rent.

In the late century, a colorful structure called the Queen’s Pavilion was added to the Villa d’Este grounds. Related: 22 Incredible Indian Palaces (You Can Stay At)

Tour Italy’s Lake Como by Boat - Trimmed trees create a natural colonnade as seen on the approach to Villa Melzi from Bellagio.

On Lake Como in Italy, Vella Melzi’s gazebo offers amazing views.

A view of Villa Serbelloni in Bellagio, a town located at the tip of the peninsula that divides the lake.Related: Inside Jennifer Aniston's Gorgeous Beverly Hills Home

Villa Carlotta in Tremezzo was built at the end of the century by a Milanese marquess. The home and its garden, which features sculptures by Antonio Canova and Luigi Acquisti, is now a museum. Related: 10 Hotels with Unbelievably High-End Amenities

The small wooded island of Comacina has several archaeological ruins from Roman times as well as artists’ houses, a small restaurant, and a café.

The Best Way to Tour Italy’s Lake Como by Boat - Villa d’Este’s floating swimming pool.

Villa d’Este, in Cernobbio, was built in 1568 by Cardinal Tolomeo Gallio. It’s been a hotel since but still retains the feeling of a classic Italian villa, with formal gardens and a grand terrace overlooking the water.


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