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Airport Milano Malpensa Airport (MXP) or Orio Al Serio, BG
Train station Como San Giovanni or LENORD Stazione di Como Lago
Car Car not necessary

Activities near Como

Sports Tennis in town, Water sports, Horse riding, Fishing
Great for Walking holidays, City breaks, Nightlife, Beach or lakeside relaxation, Cycling holidays

How to get there

Trasportations

The Servizio Ferroviario Regionale (Regional Railway Service) connects Como by train to other major cities in Lombardy. Services are provided by Trenord through two main stations: Como San Giovanni and Como Lago. There are five more urban stations (Albate-Camerlata, Albate-Trecallo, Como Borghi, Como Camerlata and Grandate-Breccia).

Como San Giovanni is also a stop on the main North-South line between Milan Centrale and Zurich and Basel. Intercity and Eurostar trains stop at this station, which makes Como very accessible from the European express train network. Tickets can be purchased online from Rail Europe.

The Como to Brunate funicular connects the center of Como with Brunate, a small village (1,800 inhabitants) on a mountain at 715 m (2,346 ft) above sea level

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Buses and Taxis

The local public transport network counts 11 urban (within city limits) lines and 'extra-urban' (crossing city limits) (C) lines connecting Como with most of its province centers. They are provided by ASF Autolinee.



Airports

Nearby airports providing scheduled flights are Milano Malpensa, Milano Linate, Lugano Agno (in Switzerland) and Orio al Serio Airport near Bergamo. Milano Malpensa can be reached in about one hour by car; about two hours by train to Stazione Centrale (Milano Central) and then direct shuttle coach[14] or about an hour and a half by train (interchange in Saronno);[15] Milano Linate can be reached by car in about an hour, or by train to Stazione Centrale and then local tram.



Bergamo's Orio al Serio Airport can be reached in about an hour and a quarter by car; in two hours by train to Milano Central and then half-hourly shuttle coach. Lugano Agno can be reached by car in less than an hour or by train in an hour and a half (changing once and walking) but it only offers direct flights to Switzerland and Italy[16] and generally higher-priced business class or private charter.



Trains from Como to Zurich Airport take three to five hours.[17]

Como also has an "international" water aerodrome ("Idroscalo", ICAO code LILY)[18] and seaplane base, which hosts its own aeroplane club with a fleet of sea planes, used for flight training and local tour flights.[19] A hangar is available for aircraft maintenance and servicing.