Hotel Giardino

Corso Repubblica 1, Novara, Arona, 28041, Italy
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Arona to Malpensa

by chicomom

Is it possible to take public transport from Arona to Malpensa? Or can I rent a car in Arona and leave it at the Airport? Trying to find a way to spent our last night ( my birthday) in Italy before flying back to US somewhere besides Milan.

Re: Arona to Malpensa

by bekerovka

yes, it's possible. You can take both buses and trains. By train via Busto Arsizio 4.40€. By bus direct 5.50€, but you must book it in advance. It starts from Arona rail station ( stazione ferroviaria or FS).
The only problem is that now there are not summer timetables yet. You must wait.
Ciao and HAPPY BIRTHDAY in advance, Marco

Re: Arona to Malpensa

by chicomom

Thanks for the reply. Next question. What is the best way to travel from the Cinque Terre to Arona? We will have just spent a few days in Vernazza before heading to Arona for a last day in Italy and then on to the Airport the next day.
In addition, can you recommend a resturant in Arona for our "last spper' in Italy?
Grazie Mile

Re: Arona to Malpensa

by bekerovka

Well, IMO best is by train but you'll must change at least 2 times, the first time in GenovaPP, in Sestri Levante, in Monterosso or in La Spezia and the second time, mandatory, in Milano Centrale. Like I said above, you must wait summer timetables, around April-May.
In Arona there are many restaurant on the lakeside with a beautiful overview but they aren't so cheap... You pay the view!!!;) I suggest you to read the menus outside the restaurants and then make your choice. I remember the Hostaria Al Vecchio Portico (good and romantic but not cheap), the Ristorante del Pescatore (like above), the Ristorante da Cipollino (in Via Roma, not on the lake, 200mts, but cheap). It's better you book but I don't think that on Wednesday there will be many people in the restaurants.
Ciao again, Marco

Travel Tips for Arona

Il Colosso di San Carlo

by croisbeauty

Since 1439 the town of Arona was feud of the Borromeo Family, who built many civil and military buildings.
Carlo Borromeo (1538-1584) was born in Arona and became Archibishop of Milano and a great reformer of Catholicism famous all over Europe.
The huge statue of Carlo Borromeo, one of the highest in the world, was ordered by Cardinal Federico Borromeo, Archbishop in Milano. The work of enormous statue, designed by Cerano, started in 1614 and finished in 1697. The entire statue is 35 m high (the statue itself 23,4 m).


by Aurorae

"The Pearl of Lake Maggiore"

Arona is the prettiest and most lively city of the lake Maggiore. Maybe because it's the closest to Milano and the first one you bump onto when visiting lake Maggiore.
It is full of narrow colourful streets with lovely passages, shops, hotels, cafes... There is a lovely lakeside promenade and many good restaurants. It's the most preferred place to go out to for the people of Varese province, since there is nothing else beautiful around :), Varese area is pretty monotonous, kind of ugly and with nothing to see, nowhere to go to. but Arona is an outstanding exception, a true jewel that is well worth visiting!

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