Verona – Garda Lake bus timetables

Verona - Garda Lake bus

Garda Lake is situated on the North of Italy just two hours from Milan. It is a beautiful place that is worth to visit at any season of the year. Moreover, near the lake is situtated the biggest amusement park in Italy Gardaland.

Verona – Garda Lake bus connection is served by ATV Azienda Trasporti Verona.

Line:  Verona – Garda

The company ATV srl connects Verona to Garda, making several stops.

The ride from Verona to Garda lasts about an hour and 15 minutes. Tickets can be purchased at several retailers otherwise paying extra directly on board. The departure and arrival from Verona are at the bus station Porta Nuova.

Intermediate stops: Bussolengo, Corrubio, Balcony, Cavaion, Bardolino.

Download here pdf timetables from Verona to Garda:  (valid since 14 September 2015)

X05 Verona Garda Torri
162 Verona Bussolengo Pastrengo Lazise Garda
163 Verona Bussolengo Lazise Garda
164 Verona Peschiera Garda
165 Verona Bussolengo Calmasino Costermano Garda

Line: Verona – Riva del Garda

Bus connection from Verona to Riva del Garda needs a change in Garda.

Tickets can be purchased at several retailers or directly on board with a surcharge. The departure and arrival from Verona are at the bus station Porta Nuova.

Intermediate stops: Bussolengo, Corrubio, Balcony, Cavaion, Bardolino, Garda bus, Brenzone, Absence, Bed, Val di Sogno, Storm, Torbole.

Download here pdf timetables from Garda to Riva del Garda:  (valid since 14 September 2015)

184 Garda Malcesine Riva

Verona Peschiera Sirmione Brescia

The company Trasporti Brescia Nord offers a line from Verona to Brescia pass through Garda Lake.

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Versione Italiana: Verona – Lago di Garda, collegamenti bus

Connection from Rome to Civitavecchia, Viterbo, Bracciano

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The company COTRAL operates a daily service of connection between the center of Rome to many towns and cities within the area of Lazio, such as: Allumiere, Bassano Romano, Blera, Bracciano, Cerveteri, Fiumicino, Civitavecchia, Tolfa, Ladispoli, Montalto di Castro and many other places.

The departure from Rome is by the Metro station of the A/Red line Cornelia.

For the timetable please visit: Connections from Rome, Cornelia Metro Station

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Red line of the metro: station Cornelia

 

For further information about the company please visit: Cotral

 

Rome – Tivoli

To reach the town of Tivoli, there is a direct line from Rome, departing from the metro station, line B / blue, Ponte Mammolo. The service is provided by the company Cotral. The town is famous for its famous Hadrian’s Villa/ital. Villa Adriana that is a villa of Roman Emperor Hadrian which is  now a hige archeological complex,  the castle of Rocca Pius II, gorgeous Villa d’Este and Villa Gregoriana.

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Villa Adriana

The buses run from the metro station Ponte Mammolo in direction Tivoli every 10 minutes and the bus trip lasts approximately 50 minutes. How to get to metro line B you can check here: Rome metro linea B

Tickets can be purchased from authorized dealers Cotral, even within the metro station Ponte Mammolo.

The timetable in a pdf fromat: Cotral: to and from Tivoli

For further information please check the schedule of the company Cotral

 

Bus lines from Civitavecchia

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Civitavecchia

The company COTRAL operates a daily service of connection between Civitavecchia and many towns and cities within the area of Lazio, such as: Allumiere, Bassano Romano, Blera, Bracciano, Cerveteri, Fiumicino, Rome, Viterbo, Tuscania and many other places.

For the timetable please visit: Bus lines from/to Civitavecchia

Valid from 11/05/2016 till 08/06/2016

For further information about the company please visit: Cotral

Como Lake – connections

Lago-di-Como

Lake Como is situated on the north of Milan and its territory is divided between the province of Lecco and the province of Como, main towns of which are situated just within  40 кm from each other. Lake Como is also situated 50 km away from Switzerland. Its closeness to the train stations, to the airports of Milan and to the main roads makes it easily reachable.

  • By train

Milano-Como

The most usual way to reach lake Como is by train. The most comfortable ones are those trains that leave from the train station Milano Centrale. You have several options to consider:

  • National lines Milano Centrale-Como-Bellinzona, the train stops at Como San Giovanni [trains TILO] (Travel time from Milano is around 30 minutes.)
  • Trains EuroCity Milano Centrale – Zurigo, the train stops at Como San Giovanni [trains Trenitalia] (Travel time from Milano is around 20 minutes)
  • Trains  S11 Rho-Milano P. Garibaldi-Chiasso, the train stops at Como San Giovanni [trains Trenord] Attention: the train from Milan leaves from Garibaldi Square/Piazza Garibaldi (Travel time from Milano is around 50 minutes).
  • Regional train Milano-Saronno-Como, the train stops at Como Lago [trains Trenord]
    (Travel time from Milano is around 60 minutes).

 

Milan-Lecco

If you want to reach the province of Lecco you might consider the following options:

  • Regional trains  Milano Centrale-Lecco-Sondrio-Tirano [trains Trenord] (Travel time from Milano is around 40 minutes).
  • Trains S8 Milano P. Garibaldi-Carnate-Lecco [trainsTrenord] Attention: the train from Milan leaves from Garibaldi Square/ Piazza Garibaldi (Travel time from Milano is around 60 minutes).

You  can also reach Lecco from Bergamo.
Regional train Bergamo-Lecco [trains Trenord] (Travel time from is around  40 minutes).

  • By car

Milan – Como

If you want to reach the town Como from Milan (the distance is around 40 km) you need the motorway  A9 Lainate – Como – Chiasso.  If you want to reach the city center of the town Como it is better to use the exits Como Centro or Monte Olimpino. If you want to reach the western shore of the lake it is better to take the exit Como Lago.

 

Milan- Lekko

If you want to reach Lekko from Milan (the distance is around 50 km) you need SS 36 Nuova Valsassina, a very convenient motorway that allows you to reach Lekko in less than an hour.

*From Como to Lekko (the distance is around 30 km) you need the state roads 342, 639 and 36. The travel time is around 45 minutes.

* From Bergamo to Lekko (the distance is around 35 km) you need the state roads  342 and 639. The travel time is around 50 minutes.

 

  • The territory of the lake Como

The whole area of the Como Lake is served by an extensive network of bus routes that allow the visitor to move easily through the two towns of Como and Lecco, connecting all major villages along the banks of the lake and the internal villages immersed in the mountain valleys.

Lago-di-Como view

Line Como – Bellagio

From the railway station of Como there is a bus line to Bellagio, which is served by the company ASF Autolinee. The service makes several trips per day every day, including holidays. The ride from Como to Bellagio has a duration of about one hour and tickets can be purchased at several sales points, including at the railway station of Como.

For the bus route and timetable please check Como-Bellagio*

* summer timetable is valid till September 2016

 

Line Lecco – Bellagio

The company Linee Lecco connects Lecco to Bellagio with several trips made daily, including holidays. The ride lasts about an hour and these are set every 2 hours.

 

For the bus route and timetable please check Lecco-Bellagio*

*summer timetable is valid from 09/06/16 till 11/09/16

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Bellagio