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Lakes - is Como much better than the rest?

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I've been to various lakes in Austria, Switzerland, and Germany. I've also been to Bled and Bohinj, in Slovenia. In Italy, I've only been to Lake Garda (briefly). We will be in Milan in a few weeks and wonder if some more of the Italian lakes are a must see for us. I feel like they would be nice, but perhaps not life altering at this point, given all the other lovely lakes we've been to. Or, is going to Como/Maggiore, etc., something completely unique and better than the other neighboring lakes in the neighboring countries?

I realize this is completely subjective, but I wanted to throw that question out there to some of you who have been to so many of the lovely lakes in this region. Thanks!

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