Visit Lake Como Safely

Thank you for choosing Italy and Lake Como for your holiday!

We kindly ask you to follow the rules and respect the other tourists and their experiences on Lake Como.

The Italian Goverment set some dispositions in order to limit the spread of Covid-19.

We assure you that your journey on Lake Como will be safe, excellent and memorable!

Lake Como is… Ready for Future!

We are waiting for you: Lake Como  is a destination with a pure beauty, a marvelous nature and breath-taking views, from where you can walk, relax, discover the peace and enjoy the calm of an holiday.

Because we wish to see all of you very soon, here on Lake Como, a world within a World.



The public transport services are guaranteed and safe. Keep the distances and follow the indications in the stations and stops and also on the means of transport. Airports and railway stations are open; tourists connections are slowly returning to normal: check the availability and the updating services on the official websites of overland, sea and air transport companies.

From 3rd June 2020 the EU boarders are open!


What is open

Museums and cultural places

Restaurants and Bar


Open Air places (beaches, parks, hiking trails)

Churches and religious places

Shops open air Markets

Beauty Centers

Gym, Sports Centres, Pools


Rules and Restrictions

Keep distances of 1 meter from other person, also in open air areas

Use masks for entering in public stores, on public transports and in presence of other people (masks are mandatory from 6 year-old)

Book in advance all experiences (visits to the museums, dinner at the restaurants, events, concerts, etc)

Booking of events and concerts is mandatory

Be kind with operators who have to take your temperature entering in restaurants, indoor places and concerts or event areas


Respect the other tourists and all the operators

Clean your hands with soap and water, use alcoholic detergents to clean

Cover nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing with tissue ore flexed elbow

Don’t touch eyes, mouth and nose with hands

Avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms