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National Monument and Private Gardens This magnificent villa, built in 1808 for the Duke Francesco Melzi d'Eril, assistant to General Napoleon, is one of the most emblematic examples of neo-classicism in Lombardy.....The Gardens Are visitable March...more
All reviews beautiful garden full bloom lake como english style japanese garden nice walk entrance fee family chapel day pass plants and trees small chapel short walk manicured gardens san giovanni couple of hours worth a visit an easy walk
We left the car at San Giovanni and walked along the gardens of villa mezzi. Eventhough you have to pay it is worth it. Beautiful gardens, huge bamboo, very nice view on the lake.
It is not huge, but the atmosphere is very relaxing. We...More
The Villa Melzi gardens are an unexpected gem -- not because they're unknown, but because of their refined beauty that unfolds in layer after layer of plantings.
The gardens are beautifully structured but not formal in any way -- showing a design sensibility that avoids...More
This is a fantastic place to escape the tourists and the crowds. The walk here from town is easy and the walk around the gardens were pleasurable and relaxing. Beautiful space. Had we thought about it, we would have grabbed a picnic and spent even...More
This is a lovely place to wander through. Easy walk from the centre of town. The gardens are extensive and easy to walk through in an hour or so. Many photo opportunities. Quiet place to relax and take in beautiful views of Lake Como.
We loved our wander through this beautiful garden. While the villa is not open (at lease when we were there), the gardens and the spectacular lake setting make this a very worthwhile visit. The statuary is also beautiful!
A great place to spend a couple of hours exploring the gardens on the shoreline of Lake Como. Some absolutely amazing views and we were lucky enough to see the leaves starting to change colors which made a great show.
We arrived Bellagio in the afternoon. After checking in to our hotel, taking a walk in this villa was so relaxing. Light was soft and the villa is facing west, so you could have lots of good pictures. Not a lots of tourist since it's...More