Corenno Plinio is a veritable jewel dating back to the Middle Ages. Built on a Roman settlement overlooking Lake Como, this scenic village, with its narrow streets and stone houses, is a journey back in time for visitors. Its numerous rock steps earned Corenno the nickname of the “Village of a Thousand Steps”.

One of its main attractions is the mediaeval castle, a fortress dating back to the 13th century that dominates the village from a hilltop. Another place well worth a visit is the Church of Saint Thomas of Canterbury, a mediaeval building with ancient sculptures and frescos.

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