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Villa Carlotta welcomes you with its magnificent botanic garden and art masterpieces in over 70.000 square metres of gardens and museum. The beautiful villa was built at the end of XVII century by the Milanese marquis Giorgio Clerici in a natural...more
All reviews lake como bamboo garden top floor extensive gardens botanical gardens ferry stop full bloom worth a visit plants and trees the main attraction couple of hours gardens are lovely on display walk around entrance fee stunning views two hours
we were told about this villa and it's gardens while on holiday so thought we would pay it a visit before we left. the walk around the gardens took us a couple of hours and though it wasn't as colourful as we would have liked...More
With a copy of my passport I got the OAP entrance rate of €8. First I looked at the house, lots to see, but not much furniture - sculptures and pictures mainly, together with great views over the lake.
The gardens are very well laid...More
It was a dank day, little sign of the sun, so we decided to visit Villa Carlotta, right next to our hotel and we were there as soon as it opened. That gave us an almost private viewing of both the villa and the garden....More
Pay to visit this villa and if you areply elderly ask for the cheaper concession ticket. Lovely building shows how the rich and famous used to live. Even Napoleon stayed here. Some of the rooms are exquisitely decorated and furnished. It's a photographers dream. The...More
The gardens are spectacular along with the views over the lake. A pleasant 45 minute walk (90 if you want to see everything) followed by an interesting time in the Villa itself which has an excellent collection of art. Make sure you look up when...More
We spent a few hours here one sunny afternoon, wandering around the beautiful gardens – we chose the long, red, route – enjoying the vantage points from which to view the Lago as well as Bellagio in the distance. A simple lunch in the cafe,...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our time at Villa Carlotta. The entrance fee was reasonable. The signage was clear. We walked the red route through the pretty gardens.
The villa itself was very interesting.
Hopefully the audio tour will be ready soon.
We would recommend this place...More
The villa is interesting, mostly because of the art and sculpture inside. But the real worth of the villa visit are the gardens here. They have a variety of walking options depending on the amount of time you have. I think we took the longest...More