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Discover Lecco

Guide to vacation Lecco
Discover Lecco - Guide to vacation Lecco

The Lombardy province of Lecco, in dialect “Lech”, has about 330,000 inhabitants.
The Province of Lecco is one of high peaks. Approximately seventy per cent of its territory consists of mountainous areas, while the remainder is composed of hills.

The highest peaks are those of Monte Legnone, the Grigna Massif, Mount Rai and Mount Cornizzolo. Walking and hiking enthusiasts will find various levels of difficulty among the suggested itineraries.
One of the easiest walks in the Mount Legnone area is the climb through woods to the Bellano refuge. Another relatively easy trail, but tiring due to its variations in height, is the route that follows the northern slope of Mount Legnone. Each route offers spectacular views over valleys and lakes.
But the beauty of the mountains is not the only jewel in Lecco province as its many lakes demonstrate.
The foremost is Lake Como, but also the lakes of Olginate, Annone and Garlate offer evocative natural scenery.
Neither does this green province lack parks and protected areas; there is the Lambro Valley Regional Park, the Montevecchia and Curone Valley Regional Park and Mount Barro Regional Park.
Famous in the Merate area is the "Little Canyon”, formed by the River Adda.

Stop in Lecco to breathe the literary air of Villa Caleotto, owned for over 200 years by Alessandro Manzoni’s family. Villa Caleotto now houses the Manzoni Museum. Interestingly, the villa’s ground floor rooms have remained unchanged from the time Manzoni put the villa up for sale.

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