Como, Italy is a 22x29 acrylic painting by Robert Foster.
Como sits at the southern end of the western branch of Lake Como in northern Italy. It's the most important town on the lake, with a long history, lively streets and a busy waterfront. Como has excellent transport connections, being just half an hour from Milan by train and only a few miles from Italy's border with Switzerland. Ferries and buses run up and down the lake's shores, and little seaplanes take off from the waters close to town. A funicular climbs up the hillside to offer panoramic views. Como isn't the most atmospheric or relaxing place to stay on the lake, but it is a practical overnight base and there's plenty to do. Even if you are simply passing through, it is worth taking a short time to see the town center.
January 19th, 2017
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