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  • Enchanting lake shores, blue-green waters, majestic mountains in the background and lovely villages on the coast characterize Como Lake
  • About 50 kilometers far from Como, Milan, the beating heart of the Italian economy and fashion, is worth visiting for its luxury shop windows (fashion boutiques, jewelries), cultural opportunities (Cathedral, Gallery of Modern Art) and vibrant atmosphere (trendy clubs and bars)



 



 Circolo Golf Villa d‘Este
Via Cantù, 13 - Montorfano (CO)
18 - Hole Course
   

• Located at an altitude of 1,200 m, Circolo Golf Villa d’Este was designed by Peter Gannon in 1926, who provided it with the most versatile and challenging 18-hole, 69-par course in Europe, scattered with chestnut, birch and pine forests

Other recommendations in the area
• Franciacorta Golf Club, Corte Franca (BS)
27- Holes (Par 73)
designed by the architect Pete Dye and Marco Croze
• Golf Club Bergamo L’Albenza, Almenno San Bartolomeo (BG)
27- Holes(Par 72)
the first 18-hole course was designed by the architectural firm
Cotton & Sutton, the 9-hole course grew out of the project by
Marco Croze and Tom Linskey
• Golf Barlassina Country Club, Birago di Camnago (MI)
18 - Holes (Par 72)
Created in 1956 by John Morrison
• Golf Club Castello di Tolcinasco, Pieve Emanuele (MI)
27/9 - Holes (Par 72)
from an Arnold Palmer’s project
• Chervò Golf San Vigilio, Pozzolengo (BS)
27/9 - Holes (Par 36)
designed by the architect Kurt Rossknecht
• Golf Club Monticello, Cassina Rizzardi (CO)
36 - Holes (Par 72)
the 18-hole Red Course has been designed by the American Jim
Fazio and by the Italian Baldovino Dassù

 

• Among a wide gastronomic choice, some unmistakable suggestions are risotto, cotoletta (breaded veal cutlet) and ossobuco (veal shank), often accompanied by mushrooms and polenta

• The wine list is full of great options, Franciacorta being the most renowned one

Gastronomy

Bagoss (cheese)
Bitto (cheese)
Grana Padano (cheese)
Taleggio (cheese)
Gorgonzola (cheese)
Bresaola della Valtellina (cured meat)

Wines

Bonarda dell'Oltrepò Pavese (red)
Franciacorta (white)

 

 

     
In town:

  • Most famous fashion streets like Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga
  • Navigli area nightlife for superb aperitifs and cocktails in vibrant clubs
  • Milan Cathedral, symbol of the city and magnificent example of gothic art

 

Nearby:

  • Como Lake: villas and ancient palaces along the banks
  • Bellagio: small village at the tip of a long hilly promontory between the two southern branches of Como Lake 

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