Before the official end of summer, I would like to share with you here my trip to Lake Como. We visited Lake Como last year during the Spring season.
The Lago di Como, which is commonly known as Lake Como, was founded by the Romans in 196 BC. The town shared Milan's fate under the Spanish and Austrian domination, becoming part of the Kingdom of Italy in 1859. Lake Como is located North of Milan, about 30 minutes by train which usually travels from Milan to Zurich, Switzerland. The first stop on that train ride is the Town of Como. From the train station, we rode the bus that brought us directly to the Piazza where we purchased our tickets to ride the ferry. The lake is shaped as an inverted Y. The ferry travelled from the Town of Como to all the way to the other end, in the town of Lecco. The whole trip took four hours by ferry as it stopped in every town along the lake. We decided to take the two hours ferry ride and travelled from Como to Bellagio to stay for the weekend. There was also a speed ferry that will only take forty five minutes travel from Como to Bellagio which will save time during a day trip to the lake. Lake Como is a beautiful and magical place to visit. Every stop on our ferry ride showed us endless views of the Italian Alps, the villages along the lake and a views of the road tunnels in the mountains. Lake Como is very aristocratic, grand, majestic, exclusive and old money. As you can see in the Grand Villas and Grand Hotels that I will share here today. As for me, Lake Como is the most beautiful lake in the world that I have ever visited.
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Have a wonderful weekend!