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Como is located in the Lombardi Region of Italy. The importance of the great city of Como is given by the fact that it is the capital of the Province. The tourism of the Como region is one of the highest, due to the fact that the Como Lake and the Alps gather visitors throughout the year. The population in the city reaches approximately 84,875 inhabitants.

Top Attractions within Como

Lake Como is one of the main touristic attractions of the region and, in itself, an area suitable for tourism. There are a lot of venues to be seen around the lake, such as the Roman villas and their beautiful gardens, as well as resorts and spas. The Sacro Monte di Ossuccio is a sanctuary located nearby, famous for its Baroque chapels. Ferry rides are perfect for a better view of the lake and of the whole region, but also for relaxation and fun.

The Como Cathedral is the main landmark of the area in terms of religious monuments. The Roman Catholic Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Como and it is dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The main body of the building was designed in the Gothic architectural style, as the main construction process took place in the period 1457-1498, and was completed in 1770 with the Rococo cupola.

Villa Olmo is one of the famous constructions in of the city. The neoclassical villa was constructed in 1797, being commissioned by marquis Innocenzo Odescalchi. The main aim of the construction was to become a summer retreat venue for aristocratic families. In 1924, it was acquired by the municipality and became an exposition space, moments in which the villa is opened for visitation, but also a promenade garden, which is opened throughout the year.

The Educational Silk Museum is one of the unique venues you are bound to enjoy in Como. The city has had a glorious past in the silk industry, which is why it was nicknamed "City of Silk", and all the main evolutionary stages of it are illustrated in artifacts.