Article written Lake Como on winter
Andrea Quadroni

Lake Como on winter

Lake Como on winter

Lake Como, even in winter, remains a popular destination for those who want to spend days of relaxation, discovering wonderful landscapes between art and nature. 

During the winter months it is possible to visit the wonderful eighteenth/nineteenth-century villas where exhibitions and concerts are held, experience the magic of Christmas in the Città dei Balocchi of Como and at the end of the day indulge in an aperitif or a chocolate in front of the thousand lights that illuminate the banks of the lake. lake and reflect their glow on the dark waters.

Also in winter, it is possible to leave for a boat tour with the Navigazione Lago di Como to visit the most beautiful villages in the center of the lake: Varenna, Menaggio, Bellagio, Lenno, passing from one village to another to discover artistic-architectural wonders and different and breathtaking views.

Lake Como in winter offers the opportunity to experience exciting trekking on the paths that cross the Alps right next to the area where the Piccolo Camping is located, get excited in front of the snowy landscapes discovering glimpses of the lake and mountains, a light and a thousand colors that you can find only in winter on Lake Como. There are many paths that can be traveled with snowshoes, and just as many are the gentle slopes where you can get lost with the children in light and cheerful glides on the snow.

In short, nobody talks about it, but Lake Como in winter is a real rare pearl worthy of attention. It is precisely the quiet that you breathe in this season that makes our beautiful lake a real winter attraction: the calm, the silence, the magical atmosphere, enchant more and more tourists who choose to experience our areas also in this season. .

The winter sky, in winter, is an infinite dark mirror studded with shining diamonds: the distance from the major centers, and from their smog, makes the sky of Lake Como particularly clear in winter!

In short, even in winter Lake Como is magical!

Are you more of a Lake Como type in winter, or in summer?

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