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Lake Como or Stresa as day trip from Milan

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Hi from Italy! I am nearing the end of almost two weeks in Italy (and Slovenia) and have four days (three full days) in Milan. I plan day trips to Bergamo and Parma on two of those and was thinking of Pavia for the other, but I am kind of 'day-tripped' out at this point and I want a relaxing day. After Milan I am going on up to Belgium and Holland where the forecast is for 60s and rain so my last day in Italy I'd like sun and a nice boat ride.

So which would you suggest? I have actually been to both lakes before but at Stresa we didn't get to the islands, and Como I didn't go north of Varena. Suggestions for ease of getting there and pleasant way to spend a few hours. Thanks

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