It will be for the combination of mountains, flowering parks and dense forests. For the mansions of delight and the crotti with pergolas. For centuries, Lake Como has never ceased to seduce.
The air is luminous, as described by Goethe in his Grand Tour. The villas "multiply on the greenery, on the hills and are reflected in the waters", as Stendhal noted. On a wooded promontory that plunges into the deep blue, there is Villa del Balbianello, as well as Villa Carlotta in Tremezzo with its Italian-style garden and dozens of other refined villas and historic residences that have become good retreats for artists and intellectuals from all over the world.
Sign up to receive our offers and news