Bellagio is on Lake Como, a beautiful and serene Italian setting. In Lombardy, Bellagio’s waterfront is a dream, and a popular destination for visitors to relax and take advantage of the weather. The gorgeous setting is packed full of history and activities, so bring your family for the vacation of a lifetime, or get away for a romantic weekend with your partner. With great food and incredible scenery, you’ll never want to leave “the Pearl of Lake Como.”
Lake Como is Y-shaped, with the two branches called the Como and Lecco arms. Take a leisurely ride around the lake, there are all kinds of boat rides for you to experience. Villa Melzi has some of the most incredible botanical gardens, filled with lush flowers. The Villa has a history that dates back to the vice president of the Italian Republic in the 1800s. Although the building isn’t open to visitors, the gardens are still one of the most popular destinations around. See the Basilica of San Giacomo from the 11th and 12th centuries, which was updated to 18th century style. This national monument is striking, and is a must-see while you walk around Bellagio. There are lots of restaurants and shops for you to frequent in town, and lots of little side streets to discover.
You can take ferry trips on Lake Como out to other destinations, such as to Varenna on the east short of the lake. Varenna is an incredible day trip, postcard perfect with its colorful houses lining the steep shores. Lugano is about 2 hours away by car, but more on public transportation. Right by the border of Switzerland, Lugano is a beautiful day trip. Head up Monte San Salvatore and Monte Bre for hiking, as well as out on Lake Lugano itself to get onto the water. The Cathedral of Saint Lawrence in Lugano is a sight to see also.
Find your dream villa to rent in Bellagio, where the greenery integrates beautifully with the homes. Tripping has hundreds of rentals for you to browse through, from modern apartments to lake-side houses and hotels. Half of the fun of staying in Bellagio is actually staying here — the homes are gorgeous and the views are out of this world.
Bellagio seems secluded because of its mountainous and lake surroundings, but you can get around there easily. With ferries circulating the lake, you can take little trips and really explore the area. There are roads that lead from the town to the lake, and the Como Nord Lago station can get you in or out. If you’re flying in, Milan is closest, so try the Milan Linate or Milan Malpensa airports.
Looking for a vacation rental in Bellagio? Tripping.com has 464 vacation rental homes available in Bellagio. You'll find 8 studios, 236 1-bedroom, 134 2-bedroom and 86 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $67 a night. For extra convenience, many of these vacation homes can be booked directly online.
The average price of a nightly rental in Bellagio is $286 while the average price of a weekly rental is $1400. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Bellagio home is $5002.
Wondering if you can bring your dog or cat along with you? There are 160 pet-friendly vacation rentals available in Bellagio. In addition to accommodating pets, Bellagio rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 407 rentals have Internet and WiFi, 407 have TV and/or cable and 70 have a pool or hot tub.
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