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Offering a Mediterranean climate, lakeside location, and panoramic mountain views, Lake Como is one of the world's best-loved holiday destinations. The sheer beauty of this Italian town is surpassed only by its history and it is a wonderful location for families or couples. Hotels.com's selection of top quality, well-appointed rooms have been carefully chosen for their proximity to Lake Como's most important attractions and landmarks such as viewpoints, museums, churches and monuments. Lake Como hotels are located close to essential facilities such as banks, shops, eateries and top night time entertainment. Each Hotels.com hotel room listing features a sample room photo, room details and a convenient location map to ensure easy selection of a hotel located close to the sightseeing attractions you most want to visit. Every hotel room has also been reviewed by previous occupants, making it easy to select the room you desire and ensuring no unpleasant surprises. The town can be enjoyed most thoroughly from the lake itself by boat or ferry and this is also where you can encounter many locals. who love to walk, hike, cycle or stroll in the area in the evenings and on weekends.

What's Lake Como Like?

Lake Como is Italy's third largest lake, after Lake Garda and Lake Maggiore. It is one of Italy's deepest lakes. Pristine Lake Como is a focal point of the town and the area where much of its tourist activity takes place and where Lake Como hotels can be found. Views of the Grigna mountains in the background lend themselves to amazing photo opportunities. The town is dotted with castles, palaces and villas. Popular with the celebrity set, you will be able to catch a glimpse of homes once owned by Madonna, George Clooney, Gianni Versace and Richard Branson. Several resort spas are located at Lake Como and this is an ideal location to obtain wellness treatments, surrounded by the sheer beauty of the lake and its natural serenity. The lake is also perennially popular with windsurfers, sailors and kitesurfers. Famous for its Italian Garden, the Villa Carlotta also showcases an agricultural museum and intriguing works of sculpture. The Villa del Balbianello offers a glimpse into the home of explorer Guido Monzino and acts as a museum devoted to his life and explorations. The Sacro Monte di Ossuccio can be found on the slope between olive groves and woods along the western edge of Lake Como.

Getting Along with Locals in Lake Como

Like inhabitants of many European countries, Italians do appreciate manners and appropriate social etiquette. At meals or social gatherings, always wait to be asked to sit down before doing so. In Italy it is acceptable to kiss on each cheek if you know the person you are meeting well, otherwise a handshake is the correct way to greet somebody. Smoking is banned in all public places in Italy, including Lake Como hotels. Services charges are usually included in the bill and tipping is optional at bars and restaurants. If you don't want more wine, keep your glass full during mealtimes or it will be continually re-filled by waiters or your host! Italians are fashion conscious so do make the best effort you can for social occasions and dinner dates. When planning a holiday at Lake Como remember it is a lively and enjoyable holiday destination. Lake Como's football team play at the local stadium and this is a great location to get to know people from the town.