Villa Serbelloni in Bellagio: where Lake Como divides into two branches. A breathtaking panorama on the Pre-Alps mirroring in the lake.
Villa Serbelloni is one of the several villas mirroring into Lake Como, with its great park extending on the promontory of Bellagio.
Count Serbelloni liked to have trails open to vehicles, avenues and paths for almost 18 kilometers inside its park. You can walk in a lush park where you can see cypresses, olive trees, hedges shaping the terraces, geometric flowerbeds and subtropical species.
From here you can enjoy the spectacular view on the Lake Como and its two branches: a panorama of extraordinary beauty.
Villa Serbelloni at the end of the 19th century, at its owner’s death, was transformed into a hotel and the complex was later bought by the American Ella Walker, who lived in till her death. She donated it to Rockefeller Foundation of New York, nowadays the owner and managing institution.
Villa Serbelloni hosts conferences and it’s a deluxe hotel.
Just its park is open to public from March to November joining a guide tour.
Time and rates for guided visit
Openiong: from 17th March to 25th November all day except for Monday and in case of bad weather.
Exceptional opening on Monday:
- 17th April
- 24th April
- 1st May
- 14th August
Guided visit will be performed at 11 a.m. and at 3.30 p.m.
Duration: 1 hour and half approx.
We suggest you comfortable clothes and shoes.
Visit will be performed for groups of minimum 6 people to maximum 30 people.
– € 9,00 single ticket
– € 7,00 group ticket (min. 20 pax)
– € 5,00 school groups and kids from 7 to 13 years.
– free: kids under 7 years.
Note – Groups have to book in advance. Please contact PromoBellagio.