Marolda Hotel

Via Colombare 8, Sirmione, 25010, Italy
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Milan to Sirmione

by youthgroup

What is the best way to get from Milan airport to Sirmione on Lake Garda?

Best way to get from Simiione to Rome please?

RE: Milan to Sirmione

by GiorgioVRitaly


Milan has 3 airports:

Malpensa, 50 km north, with a shuttle connection with central railway station

Linate, 5 km east, with a bus connection to downtown and subway to railway station

Bergamo (ryanair), from where you can take a shuttle to Brescia, on the railway line Milano/Venezia.

From Milano or from Brescia you have several trains thar are stopping in Sirmione.

From Sirmione to Roma you must take a train to Verona and from there to Roma.

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RE: RE: Milan to Sirmione

by youthgroup

Hi Georgio,

Thanks so much for your helpful reply, we will take the Bresica train and visit the website you suggested. Can't wait to visit Italy.


RE: Milan to Sirmione

by GiorgioVRitaly

Hi, remember that from Sirmione you have a lot of ferry/boats to take to visit the villages around the lake. If the weather is ok go to Riva del Garda, on the north side of the lakem and stop in Limone (west coast), Malcesine (east coast). From Malcesine you have a cableway to the top of the mountain, about 2.200 meters, and the landskape is great !
And with a train you can go to Verona, about half hour. D0n't miss to visit Verona (my town).

Travel Tips for Sirmione

Castle Harbour

by sandysmith

As the castle seems to join the spit of land at this narrow point the castle literally had its own enclosed harbour. Small boats could enter from the lake under the small bridge here into the castle harbour.


by croisbeauty

The statue of Gaius Valerius Catullus, the great Latin poet (87 AC 54 AC) is situated in the heart of the town, on Piazza Corducci.
The most significant historical sight of Sirmione, the remains from the Roman times - Grotte di Catullo - is named after this great poet.


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Address: Via Colombare 8, Sirmione, 25010, Italy