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Bellagio has been described as the most beautiful town in Italy and it certainly merits that level of admiration. Idyllically situated on the banks of Lake Como, Bellagio has a refined, tree-lined promenade, elegant pastel-colored villas and an atmospheric old town of sloping, cobbled passages and alleys. Bellagio offers the perfect destination for a romantic escape with its lake views and stylish landscaped gardens. Whether you are looking for high-end accommodation or a budget option, Hotels.com, one of the world's leading online accommodation specialists, can provide the best value rooms in town. Book your Bellagio accommodation in advance and look forward to a relaxed break by the lake.
What's Bellagio Like?
Bellagio has been a fashionable and refined lakeside resort since the 19th century when it was favored by monarchs and poets alike, attracting admiring mentions from Shelley and Flaubert. Its promenade by Lake Como is the obvious place to start any exploration, a beautiful walkway lined with lime trees and oleanders. For travelers interested in swimming in the lake, there is a chic lido in town or a more basic shingle beach at Punta Spartivento, just outside of Bellagio. The Piazza San Giacomo is the main hub of Bellagio's old town, with a Romanesque church featuring interesting frescoes. The medieval tower housing the tourist office is the last remnant of Bellagio's defensive walls. The 19th-century villas are impressive highlights of Bellagio, with the Villa Serbelloni, now owned by the Rockefeller Foundation, offering tours of its lavish gardens. Bellagio hotels offer the perfect base for exploring Lake Como.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Bellagio
With a local population of just under 3000, it's apparent that Bellagio has become a mainly tourist destination, and English is widely understood in the restaurants and cafes. In high season Bellagio is a chic resort and Italians dress well for dinner, so it's worth changing out of the hiking outfit before dining. There are lake cruises available from Bellagio, but the regular ferry service includes a bargain one-day ticket that allows you to hop on and hop off at various destinations around the central area of Lake Como. Fine dining can be expensive in Bellagio, but there are some inexpensive pizzerias and enotecas offering simple meals. To get further information on Bellagio hotels use the Hotels.com site's certified reviews from previous guests which provide a candid and informative assessment of rooms and amenities. Together with our photo galleries and sample room layouts, the reviews offer a clear impression of what to expect from Bellagio accommodation.