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Colico, Lecco, Italy
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Hotel Aurora
7.6 Good
Via Nazionale Nord 4, Colico, Lecco, Italy
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0.7 mi from city centre, Colico 
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7.6

Hotel Aurora Colico is located in Colico and offers free Wi-Fi. It is conveniently positioned for those wanting to visit local attractions.

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Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:July
Average price in Colico:£86/night
Cheapest price found:£46/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Tuesday
£53 - £178
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£52 - £178
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Hotel Aurora
7.6 Good
Via Nazionale Nord 4, Colico, Lecco, Italy
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0.7 mi from city centre,  

Hotel Aurora Colico is located in Colico and offers free Wi-Fi. It is conveniently positioned for those wanting to visit local attractions.

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Hotel Aurora
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Hotel Aurora

Via Nazionale Nord 4, Colico, Lecco, Italy

7.6. Good
£43

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3 stars
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Hotel Risi

Via Lungo Lario Polti 1, Colico, Lecco, Italy

8.6. Excellent
£54

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No. 2 most popular

Hotel Lago di Como

Via Legnone 4, Colico, Lecco, Italy

8.2. Excellent
£60

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Albergo Ristorante Conca Azzurra

Via Per L'abbazia di Piona 28, Colico, Lecco, Italy

9.0. Excellent
£46

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Seven Park Hotel
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Seven Park Hotel

Via Montecchio Nord 21/A, Colico, Lecco, Italy

£86

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About Colico

Overlooking the northern arm of Lake Como, Colico is a small transportation hub in Italy’s Lombardy region. It is backed by the rugged summit of Monte Legnone and is on the doorstep of the Plan di Spagna, a nature reserve and wetland that provides important habitat for migratory bird species.

Things to do

Situated on a hill to the north-east of Colico is Fort Montecchio-Lusardi, the only World War I Italian fort to be preserved intact and with its original weapons. It was constructed between 1911 and 1914 to control the nearby mountain passes in case the Central Powers decided to invade through neutral Switzerland. Get up close to the 14-kilometre-range French 149 mm guns, then follow the curved gallery that leads to the powder magazines.

Rising atop the nearby Olgiasca Peninsula is the Piona Abbey, a Lombard Gothic-style religious complex built on the ruins of a 7th-century church. Much of the current building dates from the 12th century and houses several Byzantine frescoes depicting the apostles. Wander through the serene cloister and visit the Capitulate Room where the monks would meet to discuss issues and read.

Colico boasts several beaches where you can swim in Lake Como, including Spiaggia La Breva. Neighbouring Spiaggia Ontano is backed by a wide expanse of grass ideal for sunbathing. A hiking trail hugs the lakeshore west to Spiaggia di Piona, a popular launching point for kite surfers and windsurfers.

Getting around

Colico is an hour’s drive from Como and 1.5 hours from Milan and Malpensa Airport. Trains connect to the Colico railway station and ferries travel from the local wharf to towns and villages along the shores of Lake Como. The centre of Colico is compact enough to explore on foot.

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Overlooking the northern arm of Lake Como, Colico is a small transportation hub in Italy’s Lombardy region. It is backed by the rugged summit of Monte Legnone and is on the doorstep of the Plan di Spagna, a nature reserve and wetland that provides important habitat for migratory bird species.

Things to do in Colico

Situated on a hill to the north-east of Colico is Fort Montecchio-Lusardi, the only World War I Italian fort to be preserved intact and with its original weapons. It was constructed between 1911 and 1914 to control the nearby mountain passes in case the Central Powers decided to invade through neutral Switzerland. Get up close to the 14-kilometre-range French 149 mm guns, then follow the curved gallery that leads to the powder magazines.

Rising atop the nearby Olgiasca Peninsula is the Piona Abbey, a Lombard Gothic-style religious complex built on the ruins of a 7th-century church. Much of the current building dates from the 12th century and houses several Byzantine frescoes depicting the apostles. Wander through the serene cloister and visit the Capitulate Room where the monks would meet to discuss issues and read.

Colico boasts several beaches where you can swim in Lake Como, including Spiaggia La Breva. Neighbouring Spiaggia Ontano is backed by a wide expanse of grass ideal for sunbathing. A hiking trail hugs the lakeshore west to Spiaggia di Piona, a popular launching point for kite surfers and windsurfers.

Getting around Colico

Colico is an hour’s drive from Como and 1.5 hours from Milan and Malpensa Airport. Trains connect to the Colico railway station and ferries travel from the local wharf to towns and villages along the shores of Lake Como. The centre of Colico is compact enough to explore on foot.

  • What are the best hotels in Colico?

    935 reviews rated B&B Belvedere with an average score of 9.0/10. It may also be worth looking into the Hotel Risi, which received a rating of 8.6/10 from 812 reviews. Il Giardino could also be a good option, with a score of 9.3/10 from 77 reviews.