Bus stop near me

bus stop near me

Where do the buses stop in Como?

Bus station is in piazza Matteotti, next to Como Lago Trenord train station, and some buses stop in Como S. Giovanni train station. Information at +39 031 247249. The Guide of itineraries by bus. The world around the lake , made in collaboration with ASF, gives advices on itineraries by bus, starting in Como, driving to:

How to get to Como from Milano?

The bus passes through each town on the left side of the western branch of Lake Como. Tip: if you arrive at Como Nord Lago from Milano Cadorna, look for “Como – Stazione Autolinee” bus stop on the timetables. If you get to Como S. Giovanni from Milano Centrale or Porta Garibaldi, the name of the bus stop will be “Como – Stazione S.Giovanni”.

How do I get around Lake Como?

Most of the towns around Lake Como are well connected by the efficient local bus service. Bus service is a great way to move around Lake Como and save some money. Curious? Don’t worry, I’ll give you some detailed information on routes, timetables and ticket prices below

How to get from Como to Colico?

This route starts from the Como (stops are outside the two main train stations, Como S. Giovanni and Como Nord Lago) and gets to Colico (northern tip of the lake) in a couple of hours. The bus passes through each town on the left side of the western branch of Lake Como.

How to get to Como by bus?

Click here to open location in google maps. Como, Piazza Giacomo Matteotti Bus terminal (road stop) is located about 0.53 km from the town centre, which is only a 6 minute walk. At the bus stop Piazza Giacomo Matteotti Bus terminal you can find: toilet and waiting room .

How to get to Lake Como from Milan?

For this reason, if you are in Milan and want to reach Lake Como by train, this branch offers a lot of choices. Also, Lecco (40′ by train from Milan) is an important interchange point for those who are traveling to Oliveto Lario or Bellagio: just out of the station, you will find a bus that will take you to the Pearl of Lake Como in 45′.

Is there a bus stop near the town centre?

Not available, if in doubt ask locals on site about guidance to the bus stop. Click here to open location in google maps. Bus stop is located about 6.59 km from the town centre, which is only a 13 minute drive. Near Bus stop you can find: hotels or hostels (click here to see available accommodation).

How to get to the Bellagio by train?

Click here if you’re traveling to Bellagio or to the nearby towns ( Nesso, Lezzeno, Oliveto Lario, etc.). On the western branch of the lake, the city of Como is the only one to have train stations. Como S. Giovanni and Como Nord Lago are the two main stations: both are very close to the city center and connect Como to Milan in about one hour .

How to get around Lake Como without a car?

There are a lot of different ways to get around Lake Como without a car: private or public transportation will take you wherever you want. If you are planning to visit a town on the western side of Lake Como ( Como , Bellagio , Menaggio and Tremezzina among others) buses and boat service are a great way to move from town to town.

What are the different types of boat tours on Lake Como?

Boat tours are basically of two types: public or private. You can choose the experience you prefer based on your needs, especially the time and budget you have available. The local public navigation service (Navigazione Laghi) provides several routes that connect all of the most popular towns along Lake Como’s shores, at a convenient price.

What are the famous towns in Lake Como?

Lake Como is not a round or oval lake. It has an odd shape, like an inverted Y. Como, Lecco, Varenna, Menaggio and Bellagio are the “famous” towns. All the other towns and villages should certainly be visited and discovered.

How to get from Como to Colico?

Intercity and town buses run quite frequently but can sometimes be slow due to traffic or the many stops they make. The C10 from Como goes up the western branch of the lake all the way to the northern tip of the lake to Gera Lario and Colico. On the eastern branch of Lake Como from Lecco, the local trains are the best option.

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