Lake Como

Lake Como is situated in the provinces of Como and Lecco in , Northern . It is part of the . It has been popular with visitors since the early 20th century for its combination of fresh air, water, mountains and good weather.

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is a mountain village in the Esino valley, between and Valsassina in the Province of Lecco, in the region of northern .

is a city at the southern end of in , .

Lake Como is a small yet popular yachting destination on , known as the Portofino of Lake Como.

is a fairly sedate, attractive lakeside village in the central part of in the region of .


is a large town on the southeastern end of in , a region in .

is a small village in the Lecco province of , northern , located on the southern edge of the Italian Prealps, south of the city of , and near the northeastern edge of .

is a village in a comune of the same name that goes from the shores of up to the Grigna mountains in the Province of Lecco, in the region of .

is a village on in . It is on the western shore of the lake, just inside in the southwestern arm of the lake.

, is a town in , on the - border.

is a small village in Lecco province, between and the city of , in northern .

is a city in , , situated at the picturesque junction of the three legs of .

is a city in . Located between the two Montecchios, at the border of the provinces of Lecco, Como and , it's 's fifth largest town by population with 7,809 inhabitants.

is a small village built on the lush and steep banks of in the region of .

is a comune in the province of Bergamo in the region of , located about 50 km northeast of and about 20 km northwest of .

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