Como

  • Although the soap opera is over for almost five years, fans of Vivere always remember with pleasure the location of their favorite program and many are those who decide to spend their holidays on Como Lake, to go and see the places where were shot remotes.

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    Life as a soap opera on Como Lake
  • The Educational Silk Museum, located in Como, Via Castelnuovo 9, collects, preserves and exhibits the testimony of tradition about textile production machines of Como, such as objects, documents, samples and tools from the textile processes that qualify Como as the "Silk City". 

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    Silk Museum of Como: the history of the local textile production
  • Annalisa Rampoldi is a kinesiologist, reflexologist, naturopath and beautician that makes sessions of applied kinesiology in the centre Lario Kinesiologia in Como. It's an alternative therapy through specific muscle testing, that brings the body back into balance by removing any energy blockages.

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    Lario Kinesiologia in Como: energy & wellness
  • Villa Olmo is the most famous and magnificent among the stately homes you can find in the territory of Como. It is an imposing neoclassical building, designed by the architect Simone Cantoni; the marquis Innocenzo Odescalchi commissioned it, at the end of the Eighteenth century. The house was built on the western shore of Lake Como, to serve as the summer residence of the Marquis. Cantoni worked as the interpreter of a very modern, educated and progressive aristocratic class, applying the Enlightenment principles to his project.

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    Villa Olmo in Como: the palace on the lake
  • Castel Baradello is situated on the hill of the same name, the one overlooking the town of Como, in a spot where you can enjoy a breathtaking view: from here, you can admire the city, the lake, the Po Valley, the peaks of the Alps and even the Apennines. The name itself, in its origin, means "high place".

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    Castel Baradello near Como: the fortress that was destroyed