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Lake Como in October- when does season change

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I've read on some other posts that during the month of October the ferry schedule changes. I saw a link to the schedule from a post 2 yrs old and it looks like it's Oct 5 (?). But I can't see the schedule after that to know what the new one would be, and how much it really is reduced. We may try to go for two nights Oct 19, at the end of our trip before flying out of Milan. I'm envisioning staying in Varenna and then taking ferry trips to the other towns to look around.

But please say if you think that's too late to go. If the ferry service or even the train to get there is severely limited, I'd probably try to come up with an alternative. We could also do a day trip from Milan- don't know if going for one day makes anything easier than for 2 nights if things are cut way back. (In that case maybe train to Como, ferry to Bellagio, then to Varenna for the train ride back.) Thoughts?

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