How Far Is It From Lake Como, Italy To Nice, France?


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Hannah Barton answered
Lake Como in Italy is 396 kilometers from Nice in France. It would take around 4 hours and 17 minutes to travel between the two destinations by car.

If you are visiting Lake Como as a tourist there are several trips or activities you may wish to experience. It is highly advisable to take at least one boat trip to get the best views of the lake. This also enables you to stop at popular tourist towns such as Bellagio, Menaggio, Varenna, Gravedona and Domaso on the north side of the lake or Bellano, Lenno and Argegno; which are situated around the middle of the lake. There are various watersports you can try or why not use one of the hillside trolleys called ‘funiculare’ to enjoy breath-taking views from up high.

In Nice, France there are also plenty of tourist trails to enjoy. Museums are a great attraction of Nice with plentiful choice. There's a healthy mix of old and new in Nice when it comes to fine art. On the contemporary side, the unrivalled champion of the scene is the Musée d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain. Its large permanent collection features a good showing from the Nice School, New Realism and Pop Art. Galerie Jean Renoir is a champion of up-and-coming, young local talent, and it's free. The Musée Matisse houses a huge number of the artist's paintings, drawings, engravings and personal effects in the serene surroundings of a 17th-century villa. By contrast, the Musée National Message Biblique Marc Chagall is anything but serene, with its collection of biblically themed paintings, whose delirious assault of colour and imagery are juxtaposed with the stark, bunker-like aesthetic of the museum itself. Another great attraction of Nice is the coastline with numerous bars right by the sea that offer superb food and views.
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donna jackson answered
From Como, my own city, to the city of Nice on the south of France is quite a journey, since como is on the border with Switzerland, and Nice is on the south coast, near the border with Italy at Ventimiglia, so it rather depends if you want to take the route through Piemonte via Varese, and then cut through on the A26 to the coast near Genova, then on through Liguria, to the border with France, and then on to Nice near Monaco and Cannes.
Or the other option, which by highway, is via Milan, and then on the A4 Torino highway, then cutting down to the coast.
Both these trips will take about 5 to 6 hours, depending
on your speed and the state of the traffic on Italian roads, which is notoriously bad.
Distance 375kms to 400kms, depending on the route.
Rosie Prefer not ot state. Profile
In miles, it is: 186.30 miles. I used Google Earth, to work out that, so you can measure from england to australia if you need to!:)
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