How to get here:
To reach the major areas at Como Lake the best is to use the Milanese air Terminals of Linate, Malpensa and Orio al Serio. From the airports then you should make your way to Milan and then follow the direction Como or Lecco.
To arrive at Como and other West sites of the lake from Malpensa, you should take the Malpensa Express, stopping in Saronno, or arriving directly by bus, line 250.
From Orio al Serio it’s possible to reach Lecco and then Bellano, on the east side of the lake from the BErgamo’s Railway.
To reach Lecco and the east side, you should take the train in the directions Milano-Lecco-Sondrio-Tirano, Brescia-Sondrio-Lecco, , Sesto San Giovanni-Monza-Lecco, Como-Molteno-Lecco.
To reach Como and the West side of the Lake, you should take the train from Milan Central Station, the journey time is approximately one hour.
To reach Lecco and the east side of the lake there are at least 60km from Milan, but you can reach them easily by taking the SS36 (Superstrada Nuova Valsassina) from Monza, driving always straight on from Viale Zara – Viale Fulvio Testi, and in less than an hour you are at Lecco. The SS36, then leads you to Sondrio, 20 km after Lecco you’ll find the exit for Bellano.
Como is around 50km from Milan and the quickest way to arrive there, is to drive along the A9 Como-Chiasso. Then from Como, you can easily reach all the west side towns, driving along the Statale Regina SS340.