176 Route 26. CADEN
and Azzano (P). On the slope
Tremezzo (P). —Hotels. "Hót.-
Pens. Bazzoni et du Lao, R. I72 3,
1!. I74, déj. 2, D. 3, pens., L. extra,
6-8 fr.; "Hót.-Pens. Villa Cornelia,
with restaurant, pens. from 6 fr.;
Hót.- Pens. Magatti Si Belvedere,
pens. from 5 fr., well spoken of.
Tremazzo is the capital of the
Tremezzina, a beautiful district
justly called. the garden of Lom¬
bardy. An avenue of plane-trees,
passing the Villa Carlotta (p. 177),
conneets Tremezzo with Cade¬
nabbia, which practically forms
one place with it.
Interesting excursión (there and
back, 3-4 hrs.) by Lenno (p. 175) to
Santa Maria del Soccorso (1375 ft.;
inn), a 'Mount Calvary' with beauti¬
ful view; return by Mezzegra.
Cadenabbia. — Hotels (many
English visitors; the first-mentioned
are closed from the end of Nov. to
the end of Feb.). "Bellevue, ad¬
joining the Villa Carlotta, with shady
grounds on the lake, R. from 5,
B. I1/2, déj. 4, D. 5-7, pens. from
1272 fr.; "Britannia, with garden,
R. 272-5, B. 174, déj. 3, D. 5, pens.
8-12 tr.; "Belle-Ile, R. 2-372, B. 174,
déj. 2V2, D. 4, pens. 7-10, omn. 72 fr,;
Hót.-Pens. Cadenabbia, R. 272 3,
B. I1/2, déj. 3, D. 4, pens. 7 9 fr.,
Italian, very fair. These three are
situated to the N. of the pier, on
the Menaggio road. — English Church,
with services from March to No¬
Cadenabbia, a small place in
tho parish of Griante, !/2 M. to
the N.E. of Tremezzo and 2 M.
to the S. of Menaggio (ómnibus
at the railway station), lies in the
warmest and most sheltered sit¬
uation on the Lake of Como. —
In the vicinity (S.W.), on the
road (see above) along the shore to
Tremezzo, stands the Tilla Car¬
lotta, formerly Sommariva. In
1843 it carne
Villa Melzi, see p. 177.
Bellagio. — Hotels (the first
mentioned are closed from the end
of Nov. to the end of Feb.). "Grande
Bretagne, frequented by the English,
with lift, large park, and English
church, R. 4-10, B. I72, déj. 372-4i/2,
D. 5-7, pens. 12-18, omn. 3/4 fr..
"Grand Hotel Bellagio, with shady
garden on the lake, R. 5-10, B. U/2,
déj.372, D. 5, pens. 10-18, omn. 3/4fr ,
variously judged, with the dépend¬
ance Villa Serbelloni (see below;
similar charges). — "Genazzini et
Métropole, also beautifully situated
on the lake, with lift, restaurant,
and small garden, R. 3-5, B. I72,
déj. 272-3, D. 4-41/2, pens. 9-11 fr.;
"Hótel-Pension Florence, R. 272-5,
B. 172, déj. 272, D. 4, pens. 7>/2-ll,
omn. 72 fr-; "Splekdide Hotel des
Etrangers, R. 3-5, B. 172, déj. ü,
D. 4, pens. 8-12 fr.; both with lift,
steam-heating, Munich beer, and
small garden on the lake. — Of less
pretensión: Hót. du Lac, R. from
272, B. I1/2, déj. 272, D. 372, pena. 8-
10 fr., very fair; Hót.-Restaurant
Suisse, R. 2-3, B. 1, D. 372, S. 2,
pens. 6-7 fr.
Café-Restaurant, Café B'lla Ve¬
nezia, near tbe pier; Ristorante Bel¬
vedere (with bedrooms), on the way
to tbe Villa Giulia.
Post-Office at the S. end of the
town. — Telegraph Office in the
garden of the Gr. Hót. Bellagio.
Lace, Sitk Goods, and Olive-wood
Carvings at numerous shops.
Lake Baths: Bagni Volta (1 fr.),
with view-terrace (café), near the
Villa Melzi, 74 M. to the S. of the pier.
Rowing Boats, see p. 173.
English Church (April-Oct) in the
grounds of the. Grande Bretagne.
Bellagio (710 ft.), a small town
with 1100 inhab., at theW. base
of the promontory which separates
the Lake of Como from the Lake
of Lecco, is perhaps the most
delightful point among the lakes
of Upper Italy. — A road and a
steep lañe (beginning behind the
Hót. Genazzini) ascend through
the town to the —
*Villa Serbelloni (adm. 1 fr.,
f Hót. Bfillaffio: