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Escorted Rail Tours to Lake Como

One of Italy's most glamorous and beloved regions

Located in the foothills of the Italian and Swiss Alps, beautiful Lake Como is Italy's deepest lake. Set within picturesque, almost fjord-like, scenery - where towering mountains fall steeply to the water's edge - Lake Como enjoys a mild climate. Even during the hotter summer months, it is possible to see snow on the mountain tops surrounding the lake.

Lake Como has, for centuries, been a popular destination for Italians escaping the heat of the cities, and as a result there are many historic and beautiful villas lining the shores, such as the Villa Carlotta and the Villa D'Este, as well as many larger villas - in recent years, many of these have been converted into luxury hotels. The area's beauty has made it hugely popular with celebrities, who have chosen to make Como their second or third home, while Lake Como has featured as a location for the recent James Bond film, Casino Royale.

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Beside Lake Como

Alluring Lake Como has been attracting visitors to its beautiful shores for more than 200 years. On our spectacular tour based around the lake, we take in pretty Italian towns, lake steamers, mountain scenery and historic mansions. We also enjoy an enthralling journey into Switzerland on the Bernina Express, a stunning railway line with UNESCO protection.

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2018AprMayJunSep

10 days from £1,995 pp

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Moltrasio On Lake Como

On this spectacular tour we visit dazzling Lake Como, enjoy boat excursions to Varenna and Bellagio, take a stunning scenic journey on the iconic Bernina Express, and visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Bellinzona. In Milan, we visit the city's best sights, including its most famous mural: Leonardo da Vinci's 'Last Supper.'

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2018MayJunSepOct

10 days from £2,495 pp

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