Lecco is in Lombardy, northern Italy.
- Lecco - the town itself is not noteworthy regarding art and architecture, though it is a good base to visit the lakes region and the surrounding mountains
- Varenna - picturesque town on the eastern shore of Lake Como, worth visiting for the attractive and relaxing gardens of Villa Cipressi and Villa Monastero.
- Bellano - Just north of Varenna on the eastearn shore of the lake. Nice non-touristy town, with a pedestrian only area in the town center. Bellano was a silk production center, but those factories are now closed. The orrido (gorge) is geologically impressive, but most of the tremendous flow is now directed into a powerhouse.
- Colico - nice views at the top of the lake, but the town's not that attractive. There is a WWI fort with guns nearby, but it's only open one day per week.
- Civate Abbey - a nice Romanesque monastery
- Leonardo's Ferry - a ferry connecting the towns of Imbersago and Villa d'Adda thanks to a design by Leonardo da Vinci
- Piona Abbey - gothic monastery located in Colico
- Vezio Castle - remains of a castle located over Varenna, the walk to it is a steep hike, with a rise of many hundreds of vertical feet. There's a falconer that gives shows occasionally.
- Villa Orsini Colonna - a nice estate located in Imbersago
Lecco is a province in Lombardy that consists of the Eastern side of Lake Como and is dominated by the lake.
Lecco is surrounded by the provinces of Como, Sondrio, Bergamo and Monza and Brianza
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