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Lake Como vs someplace else in Northern Italy (2 nights)

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We have 1 night on the way from Innsbruck to Verona (will probably stay in the Dolomites somewhere) and then 3 nights in Verona and then an additional 2 nights before we need to be in Wengen, Switzerland. I'm trying to decide the best area in Northern Italy to spend those 2 nights. We were pretty set on Lake Como but it seems that it's not the most wheelchair accessible area, especially Bellagio where we were planning to stay. Menaggio is flatter but it seems that there's not much to do there and it's not as scenic (from what I've read). Any other towns on Lake Como that are better options?

Or maybe an entirely different region? I'm not set on Lake Como, I could be swayed...

Most interested in scenery, small and charming towns, cafes and restaurants, and just experiencing the Italian culture. Would love to hear your suggestions for a 2 night stay in Northern Italy around September 8 (that is best suited for a wheelchair user).

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