The magnificent scenery of the lake, another name is known Lake Como, enchanted, over the centuries, artists and travelers: by the French writer Flaubert musicians Gioacchino Rossini, Vincenzo Bellini and Giuseppe Verdi, who wrote the opera "Norma ".
The lake has given birth to famous people like the Italian physicist Alessandro Volta, inventor of the first electric power generator, the battery, in the Museum of Physics of the University "Sapienza" of Rome. Nowadays the lake continues to attract celebrities like international jet setters who appreciate the beauty of the lake and the charming towns that surround it who decided to buy a place here. Lake Como, located about 50 km from Milan, between the provinces of Como and Lecco, is the third largest Italian lake, after Lake Garda and Lake Maggiore, and is the deepest (410 meters). The lake, one of the most important in Lombardia, with the characteristic inverted Y shape, unfolds into three branches: Como southwest, southeast of Lecco and Colico north.
From its shores and enjoy many fascinating views: charming villages, beautiful villas and lush gardens await visitors looking for relaxation, entertainment and culture in close contact with nature.
Walking through the city, we go up to the dairy with a cable car, crossing pine forests and meadows with stunning views of the lake.
The owner of the Dairy, will talk about the process of cheese production.
This visit is very interesting and recommended especially for families with children who are delighted to see the goats and rural life; after lunch they can play outside with other children safely. Meanwhile, adults can make cheese.