Without actually being able to go in the castle itself (as many around Lake Como are privately owned), the area in itself was fabulous. The place is steeped in history with winding paths that are timeless. The church located next to the castle is a sight to behold. There is a small restaurant next to the castle. Take in a lemon soda before the trip around the castle!
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