Discover the Lake District of northern Italy on a 10-hour sightseeing tour to Lake Como, just 60 minutes from Milan. Traveling by panoramic train, enjoy breathtaking views en route to Como. Then, cruise the lake to the resorts of Lecco and Bellagio.
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Duration 10 hours
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See one of northern Italy's most beautiful regions from a panoramic train
Cruise up Lake Como to the glamorous resort town of Bellagio
Take a walking tour of Como's artistic center
Sail down the eastern branch of Lake Como to the writerly town of Lecco
Learn how the bucolic landscape has inspired so many great artists and writers
Enjoy some free time at leisure in Bellagio
Explore one of the most picturesque regions of northern Italy on a full-day sightseeing tour to the celebrities’ favorite destination of Lake Como.
Located just 1 hour from Milan, Como is a scenic train ride from the city, departing from Cadorna Station in central Milan. Avoid the heavy traffic en route to the lakes, and travel in a more environmentally sustainable fashion. The train ride also provides breathtaking views from its panoramic windows; so sit back and relax!
Upon arrival in Como, take a walking tour of the scenic town center, where nature, art and local traditions collide. Learn about the many great poets and writers who have been enchanted and inspired by the beauty of Como’s villas, gardens and fairytale atmosphere.
Next, climb aboard a boat for a cruise up the lake to Bellagio, known as the “Pearl of the Lake” by those in the know. Lunch is available to purchase on board. Continue to Lecco at the southern end of Lake Como’s eastern leg, and enjoy some free time to discover how the town inspired the classics of Italian literature.
Skip-the-line tickets for the boat and train
What’s Not Included
Lunch (available to purchase on board the boat at your own expense)
When you get there
Meet your guide at Piazzale Luigi Cadorna no. 14, Milan (on the right hand side of the main entrance of Cadorna Train Station, near the bar Marinoni).