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Sitting in the hills above Lake Como at 400 meters above sea level, the Sacred Mountain of Ossuccio is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular pilgrimage.
Villa Carlotta is a unique place of rare beauty, where natural masterpieces and incredible works of human intellect live together in perfect harmony into over 70000 square metres between stunning gardens and museums.
Villa del Balbianello is located on top of a woody hill called Dosso di Lavedo.
Francesco Melzi d'Eril, duke of Lodi and vice-president of the Italian Republic at the time of Napoleon (1801-1803), like many other powerful Milanese families, built a huge formal residence with park in Bellagio.
Villa Olmo owes its name to a magnificent centenary elm tree, today no longer existent.
Suggestive monument which stand on the promontory of Bellagio where, according to the legend, Plinius the Younger owned a villa called Tragedia (tragedy).
The picturesque hamlet of Corenno Plinio is a jumble of houses at the lake shore near Dervio.
The only island on Lake Como is the wooded little isle of Comacina.
Along Lake Como and just an hour from the bustle of Milano is a natural wonder that is worthy of an outing.
The Broletto is an ancient seat of the Palazzo Comunale di Como, it is located in Via Vittorio Emanuele II.
A magical spot on Lake Como is the enchanting Castello of Vezio.
One of Lake Como's overlooked parks is a city-owned garden in Tremezzo that is listed among the "most beautiful parks in Italy" network.
An impressive sight from the lake, the Villa Monastero seems to step out of time.
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