- How much is the train ticket from Como to Milan?
- How do I get around Lake Como?
- How to get from Como to Colico?
- How to get from Florence to Como?
- How do I get from Como to Milano?
- How to get to Lake Como by train?
- How to buy public transport in Milan?
- What is included in the cost of a trip to Milan?
- How to get around Lake Como without a car?
- How to get from Como to Colico?
- What are the famous towns in Lake Como?
- How many days would you recommend to spend in Lake Como?
- How to get from Como to Bellagio?
- How to get around Lake Como?
- How to get from Como to Tremezzo?
How much is the train ticket from Como to Milan?
The price of train tickets from Como to Milan starts at €4.80 one-way for a Standard Class ticket if you book in advance. Booking on the day is usually more expensive and costs can vary depending on the time of day, route or class.
How do I get around Lake Como?
Most of the towns around Lake Como are well connected by the efficient local bus service. Bus service is a great way to move around Lake Como and save some money. Curious? Don’t worry, I’ll give you some detailed information on routes, timetables and ticket prices below
How to get from Como to Colico?
This route starts from the Como (stops are outside the two main train stations, Como S. Giovanni and Como Nord Lago) and gets to Colico (northern tip of the lake) in a couple of hours. The bus passes through each town on the left side of the western branch of Lake Como.
How to get from Florence to Como?
If youre taking the train to Como, youll be served by convenient rail connections to Como San Giovanni train station. The average journey time between Milan and Como is only 40 minutes while trains from Florence to Como take 2h 46m.
How do I get from Como to Milano?
Swiss Railways (SBB/CFF/FFS) operates a train from Como S. Giovanni to Milano Centrale hourly. Tickets cost €20 - €40 and the journey takes 41 min. Two other operators also service this route. Alternatively, FlixBus operates a bus from Como to Milan 3 times a day.
How to get to Lake Como by train?
The train is your best bet for a day trip to Lake Como. Both the Regionale and the slightly faster EuroCity trains offer the route between Milano Centrale station and Como San Giovanni station. The trip can take as little as 36 minutes on the EuroCity, and up to 49 minutes on the Regionale trains.
How to buy public transport in Milan?
You can buy this ticket via sms, by sending a message to 48444 and typing ATM. This ticket is valid now also to reach Rho Fieramilano , located outside the inner city area. Milan City Pass - available for 1day, 2days or 3days and valid for unlimited access on all means of public transport (metro, trams, buses) within the Milan urban area.
What is included in the cost of a trip to Milan?
Free or discounted access to museums, tours, restaurants, tourist attractions, Milan City Sightseeing, Airport Bus and much more are included in the price. Prices: 11 € (1day); 17 € (2days); 19 € (3days) .
How to get from Como to Bellagio?
For example, you can hop on a hydrofoil from Como at 9 am and get to Bellagio in approx. 45-50 minutes; a cool start of your tour that can also include a lunch in Varenna, where you can get by ferry in 15 minutes. Traveling by car? If so, ferry is a perfect choice.
How to get around Lake Como?
You can choose the experience you prefer based on your needs, especially the time and budget you have available. The local public navigation service (Navigazione Laghi) provides several routes that connect all of the most popular towns along Lake Como’s shores, at a convenient price. Discover public tours!
How to get from Como to Tremezzo?
You can start from Como in the morning and get to Bellagio in the early afternoon, then you can head to Tremezzo and travel back to Como in time for dinner. Hydrofoils provide a fast service, for a slightly higher price. The journey includes fewer stops, although the major destinations are always guaranteed.