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Queen Victoria and the composer Guiseppe Verdi are only two of the many VIPS who over the centuries have basked in the mild climate and serene beauty of Tremezzo, a town which sits in a sheltered spot under the mountains on the western shore of Lake Como. It's a place of elegant promenades, wedding cake villas, luxuriant gardens and old-fashioned comfort, where you can enjoy all mod cons while still feeling in touch with a genteel bygone era of travel. Arrange your accommodation through, and you will be able to take your pick from over 50 Tremezzo hotels. No matter whether you're travelling on a tight budget or you're hunting around for a room with a view or with that extra touch of character, there's bound to be something for you among our places to stay in Tremezzo.

What's Tremezzo Like?

No stay in one of our Tremezzo hotels would be complete without taking a tour of the town's magnificent villas. Perhaps the most famous of these is the 18th century Villa Carlotta, which has 14 acres of gardens filled with exotic plants and trees and is home to a fine collection of sculptures by Canova, including his famously sensual 'Cupid and Psyche'. Hardly less impressive, though, are the Villa La Quiete and the Villa La Carlia in the village of Bolvedro on the edge of town, while the splendid Villa Balbianello - which is perched on its own headland, Il Dosso d'Avedo - was featured in the James Bond movie, 'Casino Royale'. The area also boasts some attractive churches - the church of San Lorenzo, the Sanctuary della Vergine del Soccorso and the church of Santa Maria, which houses an unusual black Virgin Mary.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Tremezzo

Asparagus is a regional delicacy, and if you happen to be staying in one of our Tremezzo hotels over the third Sunday of May, you might like to visit the annual Asparagus Festival, where you can watch the judging and sample the produce yourself from stands in Rogaro's main piazza. You will also probably want to get out on Lake Como - or 'Il Lario', as it's known locally. Vaporetti, hydrofoils, water taxis and car ferries make a fun, enjoyable business of moving between the lake's key towns - Como, Cernobbio, Varenna and the beautiful Bellagio, which is opposite Tremezzo across the water. If you want to bring Lake Como to your dinner table, opt for fresh fish caught from the lake and served stuffed in ravioli or stirred into a mouth-watering risotto. Go to the website to find out more about accommodation in Tremezzo.