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Lovely Lake Como
Lake Como, or Lago di Como in Italian, has been a popular destination since Roman times, known for romantic settings especially suited for honeymooners or lovers of all ages. When you visit Lake Como, you literally step back into the late 19th century when this was the destination of Europe's wealthy and elite. You'll experience Como with a full-day private tour of the lake famous for its landscapes and picturesque villages with visits to historic villas and medieval churches. And because of Como's location, you can easily take day trips to Lake Lugano in Switzerland or to Milan to view Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece The Last Supper.
•2 Nights Accommodations
•Private Lake Como by
 Ferry Tour
•One 3-Course Dinner
•Daily Breakfast
Arrive Lake Como:
Arrival into Como by your own means and check in to your selected hotel. This evening you will enjoy a 3-Course dinner at the Restaurant Embarcadero, located in a privileged position overlooking the lake.

(Dinner, Accommodations, Como)

Lake Como:
Breakfast at the hotel before enjoying the Lake Como by Ferry Full-Day Tour. Lake Como by Ferry Full-Day Tour: Your guide will meet you at the Hotel. Ferry to Bellagio, considered the gem of the lake. During the sail your eyes will be captured by the various villages scattered on the lake, the Medieval hamlets, the Romanesque churches, the views of the flora and, of course, a long series of villas with their luxuriant gardens, built for the aristocracy and the middle classes. After a walking tour of Bellagio and free time for lunch, you will take a ferry to Varenna, situated on the eastern lake shore, on a rocky headland dominated by a mountain, whose summit bears the unmistakable silhouette of the tower of an ancient castle. Visit of its historical centre dating back to the Middle Age and return to Como by ferry.

(Breakfast & Accommodations, Como)

Depart Lake Como:
After breakfast, you're off for your next Avanti destination.

(Breakfast, Como)

** Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change