Essential Facts and Tips…
For an Incredible Lake Como Holiday
Everything you need to know before coming to Lake Como Italy…
Originally posted 2012-12-01 16:29:49. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Originally posted 2013-10-16 03:35:48. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Here you will find other information sites with similar themes, directories with travel guides and other travel related resources.
Navigazionelaghi.it – Up-to-date ferry schedules for all of Lake Como.
Sptlinea.it – Online bus schedules.
Originally posted 2015-04-05 17:08:25. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Everybody knows the feeling of having to prepare the right documents when planning out their vacations. The word ‘bureaucracy’ can leave a pit in people’s stomachs. However, most foreigners going on Italian vacations will only need a valid passport to enter and stay in Italy.
Since Lake Como is close to Switzerland, many travelers like to visit both countries while there. Keep in mind, that you may need to get a visa for both countries if the situation applies to you.
Originally posted 2014-08-29 19:59:38. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
One of the most overlooked and problematic aspects of travel is what to do with your car before leaving for your dream vacation. While some people may be able to get a friend to drive them to the airport, what if that’s not a possibility for the day of your trip? In this case, your only option is to leave your car at a location nearby the airport. [Read more…]
Originally posted 2013-04-03 17:05:52. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
In this section of our site you’ll find a list of common and not-so-common questions are readers have asked us and our responses to their concerns, frustrations, complaints, etc. Please read through the following questions and answers before contacting us as we get too many emails each day which would allow us to write back to everyone (as much as we’d love to)!
Originally posted 2014-06-27 06:07:07. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
In Lake Como Italy, there are several general hospitals and walk-in clinics. Hospitals always have 24 hour emergency services and are up to western standards. Most hospitals have English-speaking doctors, the smaller Clinics may not, but they will find someone to translate for you.
If you have a minor medical issue, you may visit any clinic or hospital, should you have an emergency, dial 113, and an operator will send an ambulance, police, or a fire brigade as needed.
Originally posted 2014-04-24 18:50:53. Republished by Blog Post Promoter