Villa Carlotta is a magnificent villa located on the western shore of Lake Como in Tremezzo, Italy. The villa was built in the late 17th century by a Milanese marquis, and was named after his wife, Carlotta.
Today, the villa is open to the public and serves as a museum and botanical garden. The villa’s interior is decorated with exquisite artworks and furniture, and visitors can explore its many rooms, including the grand ballroom, the drawing room, and the bedrooms.
One of the most impressive features of Villa Carlotta is its extensive botanical garden, which covers over 70’000 square meters. The garden is home to a vast collection of plants and flowers from all over the world, including rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias, and magnolias.