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Exploring Bellagio

Situated at the intersection of all three branches of the picturesque Y-shaped Lake Como, Bellagio is a stunning city that is noted for its stunning views of the Alps. Known as ‘the pearl of Lake Como’, Bellagio has been famous since the Roman times and today is a popular destination for many celebrities. The city dates back to the Palaeolithic period and was used as a place of worship as well as a place of exchange. Bellagio became a tourist centre in the 18th century when its first hotel, Hotel Bellagio, was built. It is still receiving guests today.

Bellagio was one of Italy’s first famous resorts and tourism is now its main economic resource. In 1960 the Rockefeller Foundation opened the Bellagio Center (Villa Serbelloni), which operates a program that brings in and houses scholars, artists, musicians, writers and scientists from all over the world to work on projects. This is one of the most visited attractions in the city, though Lake Como itself is Bellagio’s main draw. Popular day trips include boat trips around the lake as well as to the lovely village of Menaggio on the west side of the lake.


Accommodations in Bellagio

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Bellagio is the Diamond Apartments, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Casa Ketty in Bellagio as it has been reserved 5 times.

If you are thinking about staying in luxury accommodations with amazing services and facilities, check out the following options: Hotel Belvedere and Hotel Centrale.


Sightseeing in Bellagio

- Villa Melzi


Built by the architect Giocondo Albertolli between 1808 and 1815, this beautiful building is perched right on the edge of Lake Como, with beautiful gardens and spectacular views of the Alps. Exotic plants, Egyptian statues, monuments and artefacts can be seen all over the property which is home to a chapel and a glass house as well as the villa itself. Walk along the Botanic Path and enjoy the entire picturesque property.


- San Giacomo Basilica


This Romanesque church was built in the 12th century. It has a simple, unadorned stone facade and inside, visitors can expect to find a mix of artwork by the Umbrian and Lombard schools.


Transportation in Bellagio

The nearest airports to Bellagio are Malpensa International and Linate airports, both in Milan, or Orio al Serio International Airport in Bergamo. Getting to Bellagio can be done by private transfer, though public buses run between the city and other cities in the area. A hydrofoil links Bellagio to Como, while ferries also run to Varenna, Mennagio and Griante. Once here, walking is the best way to get around the city.