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Private Lake Como Tour
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, sun
april to october
pick-up at your hotel, more details at booking
Your Private Lake Como Tour will take you on a delightful full day excursion to discover the lovely villages of Bellagio, Tremezzo and Cernobbio.
Your driver and guide will meet you at your accommodation in Milan; your journey will start immediately while you enjoy the enchanting views from the car. Leaving Milan in fact your driver will take a panoramic road that will help you to appreciate this gorgeous area since the beginning.
Your first stop will be the graceful Bellagio. Here you will have free time to enjoy the city. We suggest to visit the the Basilica of San Giacomo and the Church of San Giorgio built in the typical Lombard Romanesque style. As many of the villages of the Italian Lake District Bellagio is famous for its stunning Villas built during the 18th and 19th centuries by the Italian and European aristocracy. Take the opportunity to stroll around the town and admire them! After your tour try one of the many local restaurants; look for the ones that offer the traditional dish called the Toch a polenta based dish enriched with butter and cheese and covered with dried fish and salami!
After lunch meet with your driver again, it is time for a ferry ride! Your destination is the lovely Tremezzo located just across the lake form Bellagio. Visit this enchanting village on your own and discover the many beautiful Villas and buildings that it offers! Worth a visit is the lovely Church of Santa Maria where in 1917 a rich Swiss catholic family moved the beautiful statue of the Black Madonna. If interest while in Tremezzo you can visit the beautiful Villa Carlotta and its unique park (entrance fee not included).
Your last stop will be the amiable towns of Cernobbio located on the west bank of Lake Como. Enjoy the panoramic view from your car while you driver will bring you there. In Cernobbio you will have the time to discover its gorgeous waterfront, unique piazzas and characteristic narrow streets on your own! Walking around its centre you will be enchanted by the elegant buildings that house typical restaurants and shops. Visit the Romanesque Chiesa di San Michele with its stunning baroque carved altar or enjoy the view of the many luxurious Villas built around the town.
At the end of the tour you will return to your accommodations in Milan.
– Expert English speaking driver coordinator
– Round trip transportation with private car
– Ferry fees from Bellagio to Tremezzo
– Lake Como
– Confirmation will be received at time of booking
– Voucher and detailed operator information, including local emergency numbers will be received three weeks before the date of your tour.
– The dress code for men and women is strictly enforced in churches. No shorts, bare shoulders or miniskirts. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements.
– Adult pricing applies to all travelers.
Pick-up at your accommodation
Drop-off at your accommodation
Tremezzo is a lovely village that lays on the western shore of the beautiful Lake Como, right across Bellagio. From Tremezzo is very easy to explore the Lake Como area; thanks to the renewed popularity of the region the city is visited all year round.
The village has two faces: a coastal one and a hilly one, both gorgeous; the visitors will be able to have very different experiences during their stay.
Like many other towns of the Italian Lake District Tremezzo popularity grew during the 18th and 19th centuries when it became a famous destination of the Grand Tour. Italian and European nobles chose it as their getaway; many luxurious hotels and stunning villas were built in order to accommodate them.
A perfect example is the magnificent Grand Hotel; built in the Italian Liberty Style at the beginning of the 20th century the Hotel is still very popular.
In Tremezzo visitors will find the only historic Villa of the area open to the public: Villa Carlotta. This enchanting building was erected during the 18th century in a neo-classical style. The marvellous staircases at the entrance, the original Canova’s sculptures and the spectacular gardens will give you the opportunity to step back in the past and live for few hours like a european aristocratic of the 19th century!
Things to see
Worth a visit is the lovely Church of Santa Maria where in 1917 a rich Swiss catholic family moved the beautiful statue of the Black Madonna.
While in the city don’t forget to try the mouth-watering local cuisine in one of the many restaurants that you will find close to the waterfront!