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Bergamo Departures

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Bergamo Arrivals

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Linate Arrivals

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Malpensa Arrivals

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Linate Departures

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Malpensa Departures

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Lecco Train Station

Lecco Train Station is located in Piazza Lega Lombarda at the northeastern edge of the town centre. Lecco can be easily reached by train from Milan from either Milano Centrale (Milan Central train station) or from Porta Garibaldi station, both served by bus and underground lines.
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Lago Nord Train Station

Lago Nord Train Station is located in Piazza Giacomo Matteotti, across the road from Como’s bus station, from which the C10 and C20 bus set off. You arrive here from Milan Malpensa Airport if you change at Saronno. Como bus station is just across the road where you can find a bus
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San Giovanni Train Station

San Giovanni Train Station is located in Piazzale San Gottardo, Como. Trains from Lugano, Bergamo and Milan Linate stop here. You can also travel to Zurich, Switzerland from this station or even take a direct train down to Florence in Tuscany. Outside the front entrance of San
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Disabled Access

Accommodation Many hotels and self-catering holiday rentals in and around Lake Como can accommodate wheelchair access. Prior to making a booking contact the relevant hotel or holiday rental company and check with them. Ferries The majority of the ferries (including car-ferries)
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Driving to Italy from UK and Ireland

Please be aware that there are tolls on French, Swiss, German and Italian motorways. You will need the following for driving in Italy: Your international driving licence or a valid national one (if photocard licence and paper parts) GB (or relevent sticker from your
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Italian Road Rules

Below are some basic road rules whilst driving in Italy. Drive on the right and overtake on the left. At roundabouts the traffic from the right has the right of way. Seat belts are compulsory in the front and back. Children under the age of 12 must travel in the rear passenger
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