Tremezzo is a city in the Province of Como, in the Italian region Lombardy.
It is located on the western shore of Lake Como between Mezzegra to the southwest and Griante to the northeast, and about 20 kilometres (12 mi) from Como.
Tremezzo is best known as a tourist resort—it was a favourite of Konrad Adenauer—and for its villas, of which the most famous is the Villa Carlotta with its much-admired gardens. The villa – a couple of minutes away from the Tremezzo’s pier – shows some neoclassical features and is surrounded by a vast terraced garden, where you can spend most of your day without the risk of getting bored.
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