Women’s Travel Tip: Boutique hotel in Lake Como, Italy

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Last updated on November 17th, 2021

Enjoy this tip about Lake Como, Italy from our JourneyWoman Community

A hidden gem in the center of Como

“It’s no secret that some of the most beautiful hotels in the world line the shores of Lake Como, but what if you want to find a more intimate place? I discovered a charming boutique hotel, The Palazzo Albricci Peregrini, tucked safely away from prying eyes. 

This little gem is located right in the historical center of Como and sits on one of the town’s prettiest pedestrian streets, with boutiques, restaurants, and bars right at the doorstep. The jetty is a 10-minute walk away, and you’re also within walking distance of the funicular that travels up to the pretty hilltop town of Brunate. Como Nord is a 10-minute walk, and it’s a 15-minute walk to San Giovanni railway station, with direct trains to Milan.”
– Rebecca, New York

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