Cernobbio is a comune within the province of Como, Lombardy, northern Italy. It is positioned approximately 40 kilometers of Milan and approximately 2 kilometers of Como, on the border with Switzerland and close to Lake Como. The highest peak is the Monte Bisbino, at 1,325 meters. Cernobbio borders the subsequent municipalities: Blevio, Breggia, Como, Maslianico, Moltrasio, Vacallo. Cernobbio obtained the honorary title of city with a presidential decree on May 24, 2005. Since 1975, each year in early September the metropolis of Cernobbio hosts the Ambrosetti Forum, an international monetary convention.
Cernobbio is preventing factor at the bus and ferry services that hyperlink Como to Colico thru the west facet of Lake Como. The place to begin for the lengthy-distance footpath, the Via dei Monti Lariani. La Via dei Monti Lariani is a protracted-distance footpath within the hills on the west aspect of Lake Como, in Lombardy, Italy. Its total length is approximately 125 km, and its average altitude is ready 1000m, compared with the about 200m of the lake shore.