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Glittering lakeside town

On the shores of Lake Como in Italy, Bellagio has a superior spot in the prettiest surroundings. The town is on the tip of a peninsula that separates Lake Como into two arms, giving Bellagio unbeatable views of the surrounding mountains and the shimmering water and justifiably earning it the nickname Pearl of Lake Como.
Bellagio has more tricks up its sleeve than fabulous views. Take a look around the town's narrow alleys, stairways, and piazzas, and you’ll find evidence of a rich history in medieval architecture and cobbled streets. Frankly, it feels every inch as grand and romantic as you'd imagine one of the best spots on illustrious Lake Como to be. 

Amid the red rooftops and shuttered buildings that give Bellagio a fairy-tale-like quality, you’ll find exquisite gardens and splendid villas. Don’t miss the gardens of Villa Melzi for extraordinarily pretty and impeccably manicured landscaping right on the lakefront.

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Your Bellagio questions, answered

Summer offers the best weather, perfect for boat trips on the lake, but it is also the area’s busiest (and priciest) time. 
Not if you don’t want to. The town has narrow roads, so walking is better anyway. And it’s easy to explore further afield by boat.
Couples looking for a dreamy weekend away with beautiful views on lakeside strolls and excellent Italian food.

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