Friday, May 22, 2020

Lake Como and Italy - we are ready for you!


Lake Como and Italy - we are ready for you!


At Lake Como Properties we are looking  forward to welcoming you back to Lake Como for your summer holidays!

From 3rd June 2020 the EU borders to Italy are open and there is no quarantine – so holidaymakers are now returning.


You can walk and cycle in the hills, walk along the scenic Greenway from Colonno all the way to Griante, swim in the Lake from the beaches or from lakeside Lido like the lovely new one in Argegno, hire bikes or for the less energetic an e-bike and motor boats.

You can sample the wines in the Enoteca, drink a frothy cappuccino with a brioche in the Pasticceria and of course dine out in our wonderful restaurants. Click here for a Free Guide to Suggested Restaurants on Lake Como.

Lake Como offers all of the things that you would expect from a Summer Holiday in the beautiful Italian Lakes.

Our local markets are re-opening with new regulations to keep you safe – including wider passageways and spacing between stalls, one-way traffic, clearly marked entrance and exit zones. The famous Como market (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) opens from 23rd May. The popular weekly market in Argegno (Monday) and many other lakeside villages are already open. Masks are obligatory, gloves are necessary if you want to touch anything.



Transport
Public transport services - buses, ferries and trains - are up and running with rules to keep you safe whilst travelling. Make sure to wear a face mask and follow the social distancing measures indicated in the stations and bus/ferry stops, as well as whilst on the transport itself.

Airports and railway stations are open - tourists connections are slowly returning to normal. See the Latest timetables to check the availability and up-to-date timetables for - Trains from Malpensa to Como - Ferries around the Lake - Buses around the lake


What is open
Museums and cultural places
Restaurants and Bars
Hotels
Open Air places (beachesparks, hiking trails)
Churches and religious places
Shops and open air markets
Beauticians and hairdressers
GymsSports Centres, and Swimming Pools 


The Italian Government has set out some rules in order to limit the spread of Covid-19 and to protect yourselves and to respect the locals and other tourists.

See a summary here. Sign up to the Gov.UK website for the latest advice on travelling to Italy.

Your Holiday Accommodation on Lake Como


Hotels
Lake Como Hotels are open for business and will be incorporating extra measures to ensure your safety.


Private Holiday Rental Accommodation
Check what measures the holiday home owners have implemented to ensure your safety during Covid-19

Villa Lilla - sleeps up to 12


At Lake Como Properties we have implemented additional measures to keep our guests safe during Covid-19 - see them here - Covid-19 Safety Measures

1 comment:

  1. Amazing post! Thank you for sharing this with us. Lake Como is also known as Lario is a lake of glacial origin in Lombardy, Italy. If you want to plan your Lake Como tours then book your package and enjoy your vacation.

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