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Discover the wonders of Zelbio and its surroundings.

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Zelbio is a beautiful village, characterized by narrow streets and stone houses, historic villas and beautiful gardens, a 16th century white parish church and a small medieval oratory with a precious painting from the late 1400s. Zelbio is the ideal starting point for any touristic excursion to Lake Como or natural walks in the mountains with breathtaking panoramic views. It is a peaceful and traditional place, where every season’s profound colors, flavors and discoveries are evident.


The Triangolo Lariano, composed by the districts of Como and Lecco, is an area between the two branches of the lake: the western branch of Lake Como and the eastern branch of Lake Lecco.

It is an area of natural beauty, cultural and artistic sites and full of history. Zelbio is a quaint little village and you get there by driving along the side of the lake where the famous Bellagio is located. It’s a 10 minutes drive. Before Bellagio, in the village of Nesso, you have to leave the lake and go up to Zelbio, surrounded by beautiful mountains, one of which is the Monte San Primo (1682m), the highest summit in the Triangolo Lariano.


Como City, directly on the lake, with its monuments, churches, and important artistic works, lively squares with nice cafes and typical restaurants, cultural events and festival. From Como you can take the funicular to the village of Brunate, 720m above Como, for hiking trails and beautiful views of the lake and the Alps.

Como Lake with its quaint little villages and listed villas to discover by boat.

The “pearls of the Lario”: Bellagio, Menaggio, Cernobbio, Varenna, Bellano and of course Lecco, well known for the Manzoni literary work.

The quaint little colorful villages on the lake and in the Triangolo Lariano, loved by natural beauty admirers, excursionists and cultural tourists for their spectacular views and the several historic Romanic churches full of medieval treasures.

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