Lombardy Transportation

  • Cremona Station.
    Cremona Station.
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  • Monument at the Station.
    Monument at the Station.
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  • Wintery Landscape on route.
    Wintery Landscape on route.
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Lombardy Transportation

  • Subway/Metro

    Milan Transportation

    An all day ticket valid on metro and busses costs €2.58, good value if you need to travel around. Buy them from kiosks around the city or there are some ticket machines in some stations. Or in 2013 1.5 Eur for a single trip, valid 90 mins.

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  • Trains

    Como Transportation

    Very easy indeed. Trains run from Milan Nord Cadorna and Milan Centrale stations. Trains from Milan Centrale arrive at Como San Giovanni (Trenitalia) station, trains from Cadorna arrive at Como Nord Lago (very near the lakeside and ferry pontoons) and Como Nord Borghi (both Trenord stations). Journey times (under an hour) and fares vary according...

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  • Parking

    Mantova Transportation

    As in many other old towns, driving iside ancient Mantova is almost impossible, there are no parking inside old city. So, you should use parking outside or near the wall. Then walk no more, than 5-10 min to the center.

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  • Airports

    Milan Transportation

    American Airlines is my airline of choice and wherever I travel to I will always choice AA to get me there. I flew American Airlines from JFK airport to MXP airport on a direct flight. They currently have one daily direct flight around 6 pm, which is a disadvantage to most flyers, but it works for me. I have status on American Airlines and I like...

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  • Ferry

    Como Transportation

    Headed to Como from one of the picturesque lake-side villages? There are a couple of options, including train from a few, bus, or a speedy ferry. We chose the slow way - the "slow boat to Como," we called it. It takes several hours and stops at a number of villages to take on or drop off passengers. If you're not on a demanding, tight schedule,...

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  • Walking

    Mantova Transportation

    ITALIANO Essendo una citt? piccola vi divertirete molto di pi? esplorandola a piedi con una cartina in mano (e magari anche un gelato!). Annuserete il profumo del pane che esce dai vari negozi alimentari e vi rilasserete! NEl caso in cui non vogliate rinunciare alla macchina, nel mio sito troverete interessanti informazioni a proposito dei...

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  • Trains

    Milan Transportation

    Taking the train to and from Malpensa airport rather than the bus makes sense to me, even though train costs a couple of euro more. Trains are more comfortable, have ample space for luggage and, most importantly, they cannot get stuck in traffic congestion. Two separate companies used to run trains from Malpensa airport: Lenord, with trains to...

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  • Bus/Auto/Taxi

    Como Transportation

    Because of conference arrangements, a mini-van had taken us up to Bellagio. To experience a different form of travel, on our return we took the bus down along the lake to Como. Besides the bus being a very inexpensive and good way to travel, the road from Bellagio afforded you great views of small towns hugging the lake and a chance to save some...

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  • Trams and Busses

    Milan Transportation

    Here at the Central Station we can see a very old and a very new tram (aka streetcar) standing side by side on adjacent tracks. Milan has an extensive tram and bus system as well as three underground railway lines (aka subways), so there is actually no need for most of the automobiles that continue to befoul the city. Second photo: In Milan the...

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  • Walking

    Como Transportation

    Walk around the streets of the old town and watch around. Let yourself be seen on the boulevard and the promenade and use the funicolare to walk around Brunate. All interesting places in Como can be reached on foot and doing that, you'll have the best impressions of town, surroundings and the lake.

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  • Taxi's

    Milan Transportation

    Milano taxi cars are white coloured and therefore visible from the distance. The taxi drivers are just incredible, they'll take you anywhere you want in the city in a very short time. Don't ask me how they manage it, take a tour and just watch. The price is very resonable and in the late night you can burgain about. During nights, however, picking...

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  • Bicycle

    Milan Transportation

    Since 2009 Milano has a bike-sharing program that works really well. For 2.50€ a day and 6€ a week, you can buy a pass that gives you unlimited use of the bikes for 30-minute increments. You pick up a bike in one of the many docks around town and leave it at another. You can get your pass at the ATM offices at the Duomo Metro stop or at the...

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