Set against the backdrop of romantic Lake Como is the charming town of Bellagio. Bellagio's tourism revolves around this body of water and its historic roots go all the way back to the Roman period. Go on a culturally rich walking tour and discover why this town is known as the 'pearl of the lake'.
Bellagio, not to be mistaken for the Vegas hotel of the same name, has one of the most beautiful landscapes in all of Italy. Set right on the waters of Lake Como, the town is surrounded by green mountains and lush forests. This lake-front setting does not go unused, and you'll find several restaurants and cafes as you wander around its perimeter, ideal for grabbing a cold drink or ice cream on the go
Bellagio's stone lanes and cobbled stairways have plenty of historic sights and activities to check out, but the main attraction of this town has got to be the water. The best way to experience it is to get out there for yourself. Boat trips are available to book, where local tour guides will enlighten you on the history of the surrounding towns as you head out onto the water to enjoy the views.
Tour companies also stop off at different towns along the way and offer lunch by the water, but if you'd rather enjoy your holiday to Lake Como at your own pace, Bellagio also has canoeing and kayaking rental facilities.