Sure, it'll cost a few euros more than the place around the corner that sells Nutella crepes, but you'll continue your day of tourism with the happy feeling that lunch was almost as beautiful as the Villa d'Este itself.
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Many of the towns and villas that surround Lake Como's Y-shaped shore are worth visiting not just for their glamorous aesthetics, but for the centuries of history that lives within the walls.
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