What to do in Como
Once you have left Milan and reached Como, you will be greeted by an elegant and very lively town. Birthplace of Alessandro Volta (who invented the electric battery and discovered methane gas), silk, villas and the Brunate funicular.
Activities in Como, famous not only for the lake
Como offers many landscapes, historical and cultural places. If you want to visit the city we recommend you to visit the Cathedral of Como, dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Assunta. It is the third religious building in Lombardy, after the majestic Milan Cathedral and the elegant Certosa di Pavia.
The Voltiano Temple, dedicated to Alessandro Volta on the centenary of his death, houses a museum, where the discoveries and inventions of the scientist, invented or engineered devices and the tools used are kept.
Villa Olmo is one of the most imposing neoclassical villas on Lake Como, a prestigious venue for exhibitions, events and conferences.
Life Electric is a monument dedicated to Alessandro Volta by the architect Daniel Libeskind and is located in the center of the lake Como basin. Its shape is inspired by the electrical voltage between two poles of a battery.
Once you have finished visiting the most evocative places that we have suggested, you can take advantage of the return transfer from Como to Milan. If you also book the return you will have a 5% discount on the final price. Take advantage of our private transfer services to reach your destination.