From Suno, it's about 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the east to Milan and 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the northeast to Lake Como.
It's hardly surprising Suno is a perennial favourite with travelers; the surrounding region is dotted with fascinating cities, attractions and landscapes. Check out the Centro Sportivo and Museo del Rubinetto in and around San Maurizio d'Opaglio, which is 12 miles (19 kilometers), from Suno. Another idea is to make your way over to Stresa. It is 18 miles (29 kilometers) from Suno and is home to the Villa Ducale and Villa Pallavicino Park (Parco della Villa Pallavicino).
About 9 miles (14 kilometers) to the north of Suno is Arona, a regional city which is home to Statue of Saint Charles Borromeo (Sancarlone), Chiesa di San Graziano and Arona City Hall. Arona has much to offer travelers willing to hang around here a little longer. Chiesa di Santa Marta, Arona Castle (La Rocca) and Villa Ponti are just some of the sights worth a visit.
Travelers longing for quiet places to reflect upon life's great mysteries, will relish spending time in the region's many monasteries. One of the best ways to truly appreciate a place is by learning about its past. Don't miss the ruins while you are in the area.
If you are in the area during winter, enjoy some of the local wintersports including skiing and cross-country skiing. These are popular in the region. The Piedmont area provides those in the area with a wide range of gentle ways to enjoy the great outdoors, such as camping and bird watching.
When it is time to depart Suno, put the lens cap back on your camera, spend your last of your euros on last-minute souvenirs, and bid a fond Ciao (farewell) to this wonderful spot.