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Bellagio is a city in Lombardy, Italy, situated at the picturesque junction of all three legs of Lake Como. The name of the town and some of its looks are used by the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas. Many celebrities are known to pass through this small Italian town. This notoriety has become somewhat of a point of pride and some stores display pictures of famous people who have passed through.

Get in

From Bergamo-Orio al Serio Airport take the Lake Como express bus service to Como [1] and change bus by route C30 ([2])

From Milan take a train in Milano Cadorna to Como Nord Lago then take the C30 bus and get off at Lungo Lago Marconi.


Get around


The Villa Serbelloni is the most popular tourist attraction. Please do not mix it up with the Grandhotel Villa Serbelloni, which has the same name. The Villa Serbelloni can only be visited by a guided tour. The tourist guide studied in Oxford an his English is brilliant. She tells you interesting stories about the villa. Like Napoleon was here and that it was owned by a member of the Rockefeller family.


Take a cuise around the lake a good website is:




  • Riverside Snack Bar. This family run bar and restaurant is only open for five months of the year during the summer season and is popular with both tourists and locals for its fantastic rustic food and friendly atmosphere. The younger staff members all speak excellent English. It is situated right on the lake so is a nice place to stop and rest and grab a bite during the hottest hours of the day.


  • Hotel Fioroni. €100.


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