For adrenaline lovers, Lake Como offers the opportunity to experience the thrill of a go-kart ride. For example, the circuit located in nearby Colico is perfect for whizzing around at full speed and competing with friends, and is suitable for adults and children.
During the winter months, outdoor ice skating rinks, such as those in Como and Chiavenna, transform into a magical kingdom of fun in the snow. A joy for young people and adults!
When snow covers the surrounding mountains, snowshoeing becomes a fantastic adventure. Taking snowshoes and discovering the uncontaminated beauty of winter nature is truly priceless!
Bike ride (or walk) along the lakefront
Spring and summer bring a mild climate ideal for exploring the region by bicycle, but winter gives the lake a fairy-tale and mysterious atmosphere that is at the same time absolutely worth experiencing.
Even in winter, horseback riding retains its charm.
Visit to the Lariana Boat Museum
Lake Como is famous for its naval tradition. The Lariana Boat Museum in Pianello del Lario offers a fascinating insight into the history of local boats.
Even in such a picturesque destination, a movie night can be a pleasant choice, don't you think?
With so many activities to do, Lake Como is a perfect destination for anyone who wants to combine the beauty of nature with entertainment. Whether you're looking for outdoor adventures or relaxation, this slice of paradise offers something special for everyone, in every season.
The winter desserts of Upper Lake Como: a gastronomic journey between tradition and flavour
Upper Lake Como - or Alto Lario - is a region rich in culinary traditions that are expressed in a particular way during the winter season. Thanks to the proximity to Valtellina, the area north of Lake Como in this period offers a wide range of delicacies. Local desserts play a leading role in local gastronomy, delighting the palate with unique and authentic flavours. Let's see and together someone!
Polenta Taragna: A Journey between History and Flavors
In the picturesque Alps, between Valtellina and Lake Como, polenta taragna is much more than a simple traditional dish; it is a symbol of local culture and identity. This delicacy, made from corn flour and cheese, embodies the history and tradition of the area. Let's discover its origins and learn how to prepare it.