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Nearest travel links

Airport Turin (110 kms), Milan (145kms), Genoa (70kms), Cu 110 km
Ferry Genoa (78kms) 78 km
Train station Acqui Terme (5kms) or Terzo (1km) 1 km
Car Car advised

Activities near Acqui Terme

Sports Tennis in town, Horse riding, Skiing – property near ski resort
Great for Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Beach or lakeside relaxation, Cycling holidays, Winter sun

How to get there

Fly to:

Genoa (48 miles - 1 hour )

Turin (69 miles - 1 hour 30 to 1 hour 45 minutes, depending on traffic)

Bergamo - Orio al Serio (120 miles - 2 hours 30 minutes, [subject to traffic] of which 92 miles on motorways).

Milan (Linate airport 93 miles - 1 hour 45 to 2 hours, depending on traffic)

Milan (Malpensa airport 88 miles - 1 hour 45 minutues – traffic seldom a problem; straight down A26)

Cuneo (66 miles - 1 hour 20 mins)

Nice, France (132 miles - 3 hours of which 99 miles on motorways)

Lugano, Switzerland (131 miles, 2 hours 45 minutes, of which 101 miles on motorways)

Geneva, Switzerland (210 miles - 4 hours - of which 166 miles on motorways)

From the UK you can get to the above airports direct with Ryanair, Easyjet, BA and Alitalia, depending on the destination from London Heathrow, Stansted, Luton, Gatwick & City as well as many regional airports.There will be a service from Cambridge to Milan Malpensa starting on 2nd Sept 2013 with Darwin Airlines

Budget airlines: Ryanair, Easyjet and Monarch Airlines.

Other airlines: British Airways and Alitalia

Car essential. Car hire available at all airports.

Apart from the last 30 kms, all of the journies from the airports and port of Genoa are very easy and can be done on motorways. Alternatively enjoy a leisurely drive visiting La Certosa in Pavia if coming from Milan, or Stupinigi or La Venaria Reale if coming from Turin.