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The elegant and bustling town of Como is the primary and commercial center for Lake Como.
There are few places as romantic as Lake Como, and even fewer lakeside towns as charming as Bellagio.
Campione d'Italia is an Italian “enclave” of just under one square kilometre, in Swiss territory, at the halfway mark between the border of Ponte Chiasso and Lugano.
Placed at the eastern branch of Lake Como, Lecco is a bustling provincial capital with a 19th-century dignified face.
Mezzegra, along with Bellagio and Varenna, contributes to the breathtaking beauty of one of the most renowned Italian landscapes - Lake Como.
On the slopes of Monte Bisbino, the small garden city of Cernobbio is encircled by fine stately villas scattered around the surrounding green hillside.
Laglio is a sleepy village on the western shore of Lake Como, a leafy place of pines and palms and climbing vines.
Picturesque and centrally located, Menaggio has always been a valued resort in a wonderful setting.
Varenna is a small village lying on a promontory along the eastern bank of Lake Como.
Abbadia Lariana is a lovely town in the province of Lecco on the shore of Lake Como.
On the eastern shore of Lake Como, at the foot of Mount Muggio is this ancient hamlet surrounded by a dreamy landscape.
Calozzo is a waterfront village on Lake Como that is part of Pianello del Lario.
At the foot of Mount Legnone, in a charming area rich in naturalistic beauties lies Colico.
Rimming the northern shore of Lake Como, Gera Lario sits at the mouth of Mera River.
Moltrasio sits lazily on the west bank of Lake Como's western branch, upstream from the city of Como.
Ossuccio sits on the shores of Lake Como, its pretty pastel houses reflecting on the water.
Perledo is a delightful village that sits prettily on the hill at the edge of Lake Como.
On the western shore of Lake Como, Pianello del Lario is actually a collection of hamlets on the hill that also lead to the lake.
San Siro is a collection of villages on the shores and hills of Lake Como.
The picturesque town of Santa Maria Rezzonico is clustered along the lake shore at the food of Mt Bregagno.
A fishing village on the extreme north of Lake Como, Sorico practically skirts the Swiss border.
Tremezzo is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Lake Como, situated on the western shore of Lario, just in front of Bellagio, with a stunning view of the central basin and the Grigne.
On a promontory above Lake Come, Vercana's musical name comes from a Gallic god.
Vezio is a charming hamlet of stone buildings clustered around its ancient castle.
Brienno sits prettily at the water's edge on Lake Como.
Brunate on Lake Como is a popular holiday town in the hills rather than along the lakeshore.
Cadenabbia is the lakeside hamlet that is part of the town of Griante facing lake Como.
Carate Urio is on the western shore of Lake Come, about ten kilometers from the town of Como.
The picturesque pastel village of Colonno reflects onto the smooth water of Lake Como.
Dervio fans out over a point that juts into Lake Como, on the "right bank" of the lake.
Griante is a pretty village on the western shore of Lake Como, about 30 kilometers from Como.
The western branch of Lake Como, 27 Km north of Como, holds the village of Lenno.
Mandello del Lario, lying on the eastern shore of Lake Como, in the southern branch known as Lago di Lecco.
A delightful inlet of the western shore of Lake Como holds Musso, at the foot of a rocky spur called "Sasso di Musso".
The name Oggiono is derived from Augionus (place full of water), fitting because the town sits between Lake Annone, and Lake Garlatte and Lake Pulsiano.
Tiny Rezzonico is a charming village of cobbled streets skirted with historic houses and topped by arches and arcades.
Torriggia is a lovely lakeside town near Laglio with loads of charm.
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