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National Monument and Private Gardens This magnificent villa, built in 1808 for the Duke Francesco Melzi d'Eril, assistant to General Napoleon, is one of the most emblematic examples of neo-classicism in Lombardy.....The Gardens Are visitable March...more
All reviews beautiful garden full bloom lake como entrance fee english style japanese garden nice walk family chapel short walk day pass plants and trees small chapel manicured gardens couple of hours san giovanni an easy walk sunny day
If you are staying in Bellagio for several days in town, I highly recommend buying a 2 day pass - only 2 euro more. We had perfect weather so went twice around 5 pm (they close at 6:30). Great location just at the end of...More
We used the gardens to get from our apartment to the centre of Bellagio, cutting out a hazardous walk along a narrow road. It wasnt busy when we were there in the middle of September which I'm sure helped with the sense of calm and...More
We enjoyed the combination of an interesting botanical garden with the enchanting views of lake and mountains. The (outside of the) villa is not particularly astonishing and the interiors can not be accessed because private. In our opinion the price of 6.50 € is too...More
We visited these gardens recently, lovely established gardens with plenty of shaded areas as we were there on a hot day. It’s a beautiful setting on the Lake which stretches quite a way and is a beautiful walk.
It's an easy walk from Bellagio's main square to this stunning old family home on the edge of Lake Como.
The gardens are simply beautiful and a fist entry price of €6.00 is worth every cent. On a sunny day the views are breathtaking.
We chose to tour the gardens of this villa on a day when it could be rainy at any time. The villa is a short walk from the town docks, so we could go for cover if it rained and then return. The gardens were...More