Also known as the “Pearl of the Lake” Bellagio is a town on a promontory near Lake Como, in Italy. It is known for its cobbled streets, elegant buildings and the Park of Villa Serbelloni, an 18th-century terraced garden overlooking the lake. Nearby, there are the Torre delle Arti, home to exhibitions and shows, and the Romanesque Basilica of San Giacomo. Near the rocky beach of Loppia, there is the Museum of instruments for navigation, where sundials and compasses are displayed along with over two hundred objects loaded with centuries of narratives are exhibited, which tell of orientation, discoveries, new worlds.

Obviously Bellagio is a splendid location even for a simple walk along the lakefront . You will be able to admire the beauty of both shores of the lake, in the imposing embrace of the Pre-Alps and the Alps to the north.

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