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Hey all

we are spending a week in the Lake Como area in September next year. Am planning to do a bit of looking around, do the Bernina Express from Tirano, day trip into Milan etc.

Vrenna is perhaps a bit easier as it is on the train line, but is it worth the extra effort to stay in Bellagio?

We are planning on getting an apartment, and their seems to be a fair bit more choice in Bellagio.

Also - do we need to hire a car? or is the public transport pretty good?

Cheers

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