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Breno – How to get there

By public means of transport: Breno can be reached by the public bus system “Postauto”. The bus line is called Line Monte Lema and the main stops along the route are Lamone-Arosio-Breno-Miglieglia. For more detailed information, please visit the official

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Breno – Lodging

L’Osteria in ca’ de Betty & Lüis  Open from 10.30 to 14.30 and from 17.30 to 23.00. On Sundays open from 10.30 to 16.00. Closed on Wednesdays. Phone: +41-91-600-34-00 Website: http://www.losteriabreno.ch

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Breno – Attractions

Breno has some properties of historical and artistic importance. The most important one is the church of San Lorenzo which was built in a Baroque style, dating back to medieval times. The church is known for its bell tower and its

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Breno – Description

Breno is a typical small village of the canton of Ticino. Since 2005 it is part of the municipality of Alto Malcantone. Breno is considered an independent authority which has to preserve public goods and keep local traditions. Families who

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