…Lake Como History
Also called Lario, Lake of glacial origin, occupies the cavity ‘hollowed out by Adda glacier and has a depth of about 416 meters. It is considered one of the deepest lakes in Europe. It was the Romans two thousand years ago to discover Lake Como and used it as one of their favorite retreats. It was on 49 BC Julius Caesar took Como and took about five thousand settlers gave the lake the name of LARIUS. Como became a strategic Roman military, where he started for the conquest of countries beyond the Alps
Lake Como, the lake of glacial origin in the form y inverted, protected by majestic mountains, is the third-largest Italian lake, after Lake Garda and Lake Maggiore, but offers a beautiful landscape and one of the tourist places most popular in the world.
A wonderful corner of Italy where you can spend quality holidays.
Lake, also called Lario, is known and known around the world for the many villas, palaces, churches but also because it offers the visitor the opportunity to practice any sport and see water (canoe-surfing sailing water skiing etc..) That mountain. The mountains surrounding the lake can be reached in a short time and offer quiet places to relax, go for long walks to admire the unspoiled nature.