All about boat hire in Lake Como
Lake Como is situated in Northern Italy. It is notorious for its breathtaking scenery set against the foothills of the Alps. Boat hire in Lake Como is a perfect idea for small or large groups of people. This is because there is lot’s to explore and you definitely don’t want to miss out on those idyllic shorelines. The shape of the lake resembles an upside-down Y, with three branches that meet together at the resort town of Bellagio. At the bottom of the southwest branch, you will find the city of Como, which is very well known for its architecture and access to the mountain town of Brunate.
Why you should think about boat hire in Lake Como
In order to experience the freedom of the water, boat hire in Lake Como is imperative. Without a boat, it would be impossible to discover all the magical places around the lake. Sit back, relax and enjoy the views with a skipper or perhaps you would prefer to captain your own vessel? The choice is absolutely yours, either way, it’s certainly an experience of a lifetime. Who knows, you might even spot George Clooney!
What to do with your boat in Lake Como
Some say Lake Como is a ‘shopper’s paradise’. It has a full range of services which you would expect to find in a large centre. If you don’t feel like getting your ‘shop’ on then why not head to the historic centre and have a wander around the cathedral. The pedestrianised piazza has many cafes and restaurants for you to indulge. There are nice views, a faded pink church to visit and lots of walking trails for the more energetic.
When to rent a boat in Lake Como
Between the months of May and September, the temperature in Como will usually stay above the 25 °C mark which makes it the perfect time to sail.
How to get to your boat rental in Lake Como
There are 3 airports in Milan. Malpensa (40 mins), Linate (40 Mins) and Milan Bergamo (60-70 mins). They are all accessible by bus from the airport itself to Milano Centrale station and then by train direct to Como San Giovanni station, where you can pick up a bus to anywhere else on the Lake.