La Dolce Vita
Travel to Lake Como with DISSH muse @olivecooke. Discover Olive's take on where to eat, sleep, swim, repeat.
Stay At • Lenno
Lake Como is incredibly large with towns dotted along its edge. We stayed close to Lenno, first at Hotel Musa and then joined our friends who rented a beautiful property on the water. Both stays were great - we enjoyed hotel life with a pool, but also cooking our own meals and swimming in the lake.Eat Like A Local • Fresh Local Produce
Locanda La Tirlindana is a beautiful setting for dinner. Tremezzo & Hotel Ristorante La Darsena is a perfect spot for lunch. Bar il Golfo is also wonderful for a drink. Though we really enjoyed cooking at our place using the freshest ingredients from the local grocery store. Any of the local supermarkets have amazing produce so it was easy to make beautiful meals & eat it in the garden.Hidden Treasure • Bar il Golfo
We loved spending our days down at Bar il Golfo, swimming in the lake, people watching locals and holiday-makers jump off the pier into crystal waters. Sunset Drinks • Grand Hotel Tremezzo
A historic, grand hotel with panoramic views of the area. With 5 bars and restaurants, Grand Hotel Tremezzo is perfect for everything from a casual afternoon Aperol to fine dining on the terrace.Best Tip • Hire A Car
My greatest advice would be to hire a car. Getting around and relying on transfers or taxis is hard in Lake Como. I recommend hiring a car, and enjoy the drive between locations.Shop Olive's Lake Como looks here.