Private cruise and guided Como tour

The best way to discover the city of Como is to combine the classic walking tour with a cruise that allows you to admire the skyline of the city and the area of the lower Lario basin, famous for the villa of George Clooney, touching other lakeside towns such as Cernobbio , Moltrasio and Laglio. So you can see the impressive private villas or converted into public offices or hotels, surrounded by green parks.

The pleasant walk inside the historical center of the city will allow you to visit the most important monuments; from the Duomo to the Basilica of San Fedele, from the ancient Broletto to the monument to the fallen in the rationalist style, up to the beauties of neoclassical architecture, such as the Theater and the Volta High School. There will also be suggestive corners of ancient or medieval flavor, such as traces of the ancient city walls and defensive towers.

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Pass By: Tempio Voltiano, Viale Marconi Villa Olmo, 22100, Como Italy

The guided tour of Como starts from the lake, where you will admire two symbolic monuments of the city: the Volta Temple, dedicated to Alessandro Volta, inventor of the electric battery and the Monument to the Fallen of Terragni. From here you will take a cruise (duration: 1 hour) in the lower basin of Lake Como.

Stop At: Cathedral of Como (Duomo), Piazza Duomo, 22100, Como Italy

At the end of the panoramic cruise you will return to Como to continue the guided walking tour of the historic center. The Duomo is a fundamental stage, where you will enter to admire the Renaissance works of art preserved here.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Broletto, Como Italy

Next to the Cathedral you will admire the architectural beauty of the “Broletto”, a former municipal seat and public theater, famous for the sculptural decorations made by the Comacine masters.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Basilica di San Fedele, Via Vittorio Emanuele II 94, 22100, Como Italy

Among the religious buildings of Como we will also visit the oldest church in the city, already a pagan temple in Roman times.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Porta torre di Como, Via Cesare Cantu, Como Italy

The Roman foundation of the city is easily understood from the thistle and decuman planimetry. The city is still surrounded on 3 sides by ancient walls, rebuilt in medieval times. The Porta Torre is one of the ancient entrances and is a civil architecture that is still very well preserved.

Duration: 15 minutes

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By walk from Como