Lake Como is served by three major international airports – Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate, and Bergamo Orio al Serio.
They make it easy to reach Italy’s most famous lake from anywhere in Europe and the world.
In this blog post today, I will tell you how to get to Lake Como from these three nearest airports. Pick the one that best corresponds to your travel plans depending on your specific destination on the lake, your travel dates, and your budget.
To start with, there is a map showing the exact position of the three airports in relation to the major towns on Lake Como. I have also included some details about Lake Como’s geographic location in Italy.
This is followed by an outline covering the most useful information for each airport – from transfer options by public and private transport to travel times to the lakefront towns of Como, Lecco, and Bellagio. I have also provided links to the official airport websites so that you can quickly check which airlines fly to each one of them.
To make your travel planning even easier, further down you will also find a shortlist with practical tips about travelling to Lake Como. They are applicable to all three airports.
This is followed by a detailed section with tips about visiting Lake Como. What are the best things to do around the lake? Where to stay on its shores? How long do you need to explore it? All this and lots more is covered. You will find plenty of first-hand tried and tested information to help streamline your trip.
Many photos of Lake Como are peppered throughout this blog post giving you a visual idea of what to expect. I took them during my visits to the lake over the past five years.
I hope that you will find the information shared herewith of use. For even more handy tips about Lake Como in Italy, have a look also at these blog posts:
Now, let’s start!
3 Best Airports for Lake Como, Italy (With Transfer Options, Travel Times, and Maps)
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Map of the Nearest to Lake Como Airports in Italy
Here is a map showing you the location of Lake Como and the best airports for Lake Como in Northern Italy.
Standing about 50 km away from Italy’s second-largest city – Milan – Lake Como is easily Italy’s most famous lake on account of its beautiful natural setting, abundance of historic sights, and popularity among famous people of the worlds of acting, music, and politics.
Part of the Northern Italian region of Lombardy, in Italian the lake is called Lago di Como while the locals often affectionately refer to it as Il Uomo – The Man in English. The lake’s outline does in fact look a bit like a man taking a large step. One of his feet rests on the town of Lecco and the other – on the town of Como.
Lake Como has three thin branches which meet at Punta Spartivento. This beautiful promontory is next door to the tourist magnet town of Bellagio and opens sprawling views over the lake.
The three branches are named after their main lakefront towns. As such, the northern branch of Lake Como is known as Colico, the eastern as Lecco, and the western one as Como.
The mountainous area locked between the Lecco and the Como branches of the lake is called the Triangolo Lariano – the Larian Triangle (from Lake Como’s ancient name – Lario). Punta Spartivento is right at the tip of this natural triangle.
The map below shows Lake Como in relation to the three nearest to it major Italian airports. I made it using Google Maps. So, you can use it just like any other Google map. You can zoom in and out, click to open the map in a separate tab and click on the different pins to see their coordinates.
You can also use this map to calculate distances and directions from any of the featured airports to any point of interest around Lake Como and vice-versa. You can also zoom in and explore the urban plan of the many different towns here. Finally, you can share this map of the nearest airports for Lake Como on social media, too.
The destinations pinned to the map are as follows:
Green pin with a star icon: Como, Lecco, and Colico – the three main towns on Lake Como after which the three branches of the lake are named. Also, Bellagio, Varenna, and Menaggio – three of the most popular for tourist visits lakefront towns here.
Red pins with a plane icon: Milan Malpensa Airport, Milan Linate Airport, Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport
1. Milan Malpensa Airport
Official Name: Milano Malpensa Airport
Airport Code: MXP
Official website: Milan Malpensa Airport
Description: Milan Malpensa Airport is Italy’s second-busiest international airport. It deals with a large number of flights and passengers all throughout the day. Milan Malpensa has two terminals each of which has a train station – Malpensa Aeroporto T1 and Malpensa Aeroporto T2. The airport offers a wide range of passenger amenities in addition to shops and eateries. Many of the most famous Italian fashion brands have their boutiques here, so shopping while waiting to board is a great way to pass the time.
Location: Milan Malpensa Airport is around 50 km away from the city of Milan in Northern Italy. In terms of Lake Como, Milan Malpensa is about 50 km away from the town of Como, 75 km away from the town of Lecco, and 81 km away from the town of Bellagio. By public transport, this airport is particularly convenient to reach the towns on the Como branch of the lake.
How to get from Milan Malpensa Airport to Lake Como:
Train – the easiest way to get from Milan Malpensa Airport to Lake Como is to get the Malpensa Express train from either Malpensa Aeroporto T1 or Malpensa Aeroporto T2 to the small town of Saronno. Once there, take the train to Como Nord Lago (also known simply as Como Nord). This is a small end-of-the-line railway station next to the town of Como’s lakefront promenade. Along the way, the train also stops at Como Camerlata and Como San Giovanni – two other railway stations serving the town of Como. Total travel time by train from Malpensa Aeroporto to Como Nord Lago is around 1 h 20 mins.
Once in the town of Como, you can get a local bus, ferry, or taxi to your final destination on the lake. Click here to find out how to travel around Lake Como by public transport and by car.
Shuttle Bus / Train – alternatively, you can get a shuttle bus from Milan Malpensa Airport to Milano Centrale – the main railway station of the city of Milan. The journey takes between 50 mins and one hour. You can book the Airport Bus Express online or buy a ticket upon arrival.
Once at Milano Centrale, you can continue by train to either Como (40 mins), Lecco (39 mins), Varenna (1 h 4 mins) or any other town on Lake Como with a train station. Have a look at point 2 in this blog post to find out which are they.
If you prefer, you can buy your train tickets in advance online at Omio, ItaloTreno or TrenItalia.
Rented Car – many large international and smaller local car rental companies have offices in Milan Malpensa Airport. Among them are Europcar and Avis. From the airport, you can drive to the town of Como in about 40 mins to 1 h depending on your destination in the town, the day of the week, the season, and traffic conditions. Travel times to Lecco vary from 50 mins to 1 h 20 mins with the longer times typical for the high season when thousands of people head to Lake Como.
Chauffeur Service – you can book a private transfer to take you from Milan Malpensa Airport to any point around Lake Como, for example, the towns of Como, Lecco, and Varenna. This is a great, no-hassle way to travel which is especially convenient after a long flight and bad jetlag.
Taxi – many local taxi companies serve Milan Malpensa Airport. If you are travelling in a group, arriving late at night or the price is not an issue, getting a taxi from the airport to your destination on Lake Como may be the right idea for you. Especially, if you are travelling with lots of luggage or in a group with small children and/or adults needing more comfort.
2. Milan Linate Airport
Official Name: Milano Linate Airport
Airport Code: LIN
Official website: Milan Linate Airport
Description: Milan Linate Airport is the second major airport that is a convenient point of arrival for Lake Como in Northern Italy.
This is one of the top ten busiest international airports in Italy. It deals with a considerable number of flights and passengers all throughout the day.
Location: Milan Linate Airport is about 8 km away from the city of Milan in the Northern Italian region of Lombardy. In terms of Lake Como, Milan Linate Airport is around 58 km away from the town of Lecco, 67 km away from the town of Como, and 73 km away from the town of Bellagio. By public transport, this airport is convenient to reach the towns on both the Como and the Lecco branches of the lake.
How to get from Milan Linate Airport to Lake Como:
Shuttle Bus / Train – The easiest way to get from Milan Linate Airport to Lake Como is to get the shuttle bus Airport Bus Express to Milano Centrale railway station (25 mins travel time). Once there, you can continue by train to Como, Lecco or any other lakefront town with a railway connection. Have a look at point 2 in this blog post to find out which are they.
If you prefer, you can buy your train tickets in advance online at Omio, ItaloTreno or TrenItalia.
Once you reach Como, Lecco or any other lakefront town with a railway station, you can get a local bus, ferry, or taxi to your final destination on the lake. Click here to find out how to travel around Lake Como by public transport and by car.
Urban Bus/Train – Alternatively, you can get bus line 73 from Milan Linate Airport to Milano Forlanini railway station. Once there, you can continue by train to Como, Lecco or any other lakefront town with a railway connection. Travel times are longer than taking the train from Milano Centrale and you will need to change trains along the way in the city of Monza.
Rented Car – many large international and smaller local car rental companies have offices in Milan Linate Airport. Among them are Europcar, Avis, and Hertz. From the airport, you can drive to the town of Lecco in about 40 mins to 1 h depending on your destination in the town, the day of the week, the season, and traffic conditions. Travel times to Como vary from 50 mins to 1 h 15 mins with the longer times typical for the high season when thousands of people head to Lake Como.
Chauffeur Service – you can book a private transfer to take you from Milan Linate Airport to any point around Lake Como, for example, the towns of Cernobbio and Bellagio. This is a great, no-hassle way to travel which is especially convenient after a long flight and bad jetlag.
Taxi – many local taxi companies serve Milan Linate Airport. While the cost of hiring a taxi all the way to Lake Como may be prohibitive, getting a taxi from the airport to either Milano Forlanini or Milano Centrale train stations may be a good idea. Especially, if you are travelling with lots of luggage or in a group with small children and/or adults needing more comfort.
3. Bergamo Orio Al Serio Airport
Official Name: Known both as Milan Bergamo Airport and Orio al Serio Airport
Airport Code: BGY
Official website: Milan Bergamo Airport
Description: Bergamo Airport is known as a convenient point of arrival for nearby Milan. Yet, it also offers a very uncomplicated route to Lake Como both by public transport and by car.
The airport is heavily used by many low-cost airlines. This makes it one of the best and cheapest places to fly to for a holiday in Northern Italy.
Buzzing with people at all hours of the day, Bergamo Airport is in the top five busiest international airports in Italy. It has many facilities, numerous shops, and a number of cafes and eateries.
Location: Bergamo Airport is about 6 km away from the beautiful city of Bergamo in the Northern Italian region of Lombardy. It stands around 41 km away from the town of Lecco, 63 km away from the town of Bellagio, and 90 km away from the town of Como on Lake Como. By public transport, this airport is particularly convenient to reach the towns on the Lecco and the Colico branches of the lake.
How to get from Bergamo Airport to Lake Como:
Shuttle Bus/Train – A shuttle bus – called Airport Bus – runs every 20 mins between the airport and Bergamo Stazione Ferroviaria – the railway station of the city of Bergamo. The trip takes 15 mins.
Once at Bergamo Stazione Ferroviaria, you can travel directly by train to Lecco. Travel time is only 40 mins.
Alternatively, you can buy your tickets in advance online at Omio, ItaloTreno or TrenItalia.
From the town of Lecco, you can get a local bus, ferry, train, or taxi to your final destination on the lake. Click here to find out how to travel around Lake Como by public transport and by car.
Rented Car – many large international and smaller local car rental companies have offices in Bergamo Airport. Among them are Europcar, Avis, and Hertz. From the airport, you can drive to the town of Lecco in about 45 mins to 1 h 10 mins depending on your destination in the town, the day of the week, the season, and traffic conditions. Travel times to Como vary from 1 h 5 mins to 1 h 50 mins with the longer times typical for the high season when thousands of people head to Lake Como.
Taxi – the local company Radiotaxi Bergamo serves Bergamo Airport. While the cost of hiring a taxi from Bergamo all the way to Lake Como may be prohibitive, getting a taxi from the airport to the train station may be a good idea. Especially, if you are travelling with lots of luggage or in a group with small children and/or adults needing more comfort.
Practical Tips about Reaching Lake Como in Italy from the Nearest Airports
Here are a few tried and tested travel tips to make your transfer by either public or private transport from your chosen airport to Lake Como in Italy a breeze:
Navigational tools such as Rome2Rio and Google Maps will help you find the relevant travel times from the airport to Lake Como or vice-versa on the specific days of your arrival and departure.
For the most up-to-date details about shuttle buses and airport transfers, always refer to the official websites of the respective airports. Links are provided above.
To check train times and book train tickets in advance, I use Omio. It shows prices and travel times for all available types of trains in Italy irrespective of the company that runs them. This way I can compare costs and times of departure and arrival.
Aim to arrive during the day as travel options in the evening and at night can be significantly fewer. Otherwise, if you need to reach one of the farthest corners of Lake Como, consider spending the night in Como, Lecco or if need be, Bergamo or Milan and then continue to your destination the morning after.
If you travel by car from your chosen airport to Lake Como, bear in mind that traffic jams can lead to significant increases in the above travel times. This is especially valid during peak hours and the high season. Consulting your navigational app in advance and during your car journey can make all the difference and help you avoid bottlenecks.
If this is your first time driving in Italy, be prepared for a more single-minded style of driving that can be very assertive.
Toll roads in Northern Italy are very well-maintained and quick to travel on. This helpful website will give you an estimate of how much the tolls are going to cost depending on your points of departure and arrival.
If you plan to get a taxi from your chosen airport to Lake Como, ideally book it in advance. Otherwise, ask the driver before the start of the journey how much approximately it will cost you. There may be a surcharge on weekends and holidays.
Be aware that the historic centre of some of the lakefront towns is a traffic-restricted zone (or ZTL in Italian). Driving into it without authorisation incurs heavy fines. You may want to contact your accommodation at Lake Como in advance and see if they can provide you with a temporary pass.
Practical Tips About Visiting Lake Como in Italy
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How to Reach Lake Como and Travel Around it by Car and Public Transport?
For exhaustive details about reaching Lake Como and travelling around it by car, train, bus, ferry, and even seaplane, have a look at this blog post:
- How to Get to Lake Como and 9 Ways to Travel Around Italy’s Most Famous Lake (With Maps and Practical Tips)
Where to Stay at Lake Como, Italy?
There is a huge selection of places to stay at Lake Como in any season.
You can choose from lavish historic villas that nowadays function as exclusive hotels. You can opt for a cosy B&B in the centre of a lakefront town. Or you may prefer a self-catering accommodation to enjoy a home-from-home experience.
If you are arriving by car, then make sure that your accommodation also offers parking spaces or can recommend a nearby car park. Especially, if you are planning to stay outside of the larger lakefront towns like Como and Lecco. Parking spaces in the smaller lake towns may be difficult to come across and are usually taken by the locals.
If you are relying on public transport and your accommodation doesn’t provide transfers, then make sure that you have easy access to the nearest bus stop or ferry port. You don’t want to have to walk for miles luggage in hand or depend on taxis every time you want to go to the town centre.
Here are some suggestions for places to stay at Lake Como. All come highly recommended:
Luxury: Grand Hotel Victoria concept & spa by R Collection Hotels, Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni
Mid-Range: Casa sull’Albero, Hotel Lenno,
Budget: Locanda Alberti, Valle dei Mulini – Lake Como,
Alternatively, have a look at this map giving you a quick visual idea of the available accommodation options around Lake Como, Italy. You can zoom in and out, type in your specific travel dates, and then click on the different price points for detailed information about the hotel you are interested in:
In addition, have a look at this blog post which explains the different types of accommodation you can book in Italy. It will give you plenty of ideas to look into for the best and quirkiest places to experience here:
How Long to Spend at Lake Como?
Lake Como has a lot to offer no matter your style of travel. You may be after a peaceful and relaxing holiday with stunning lake views, a pampering experience with spa procedures and some pool lounging, an active nature break with lots of hiking or an unforgettable day trip. Or you may just want to be able to say that you’ve been to Lake Como and understand what all the fuss is about. Any reason to visit is valid!
So, how long to spend here depends entirely on you and on the amount of time you have at your disposal.
Let’s say that this will be your first visit to the lake and you just want to test the waters. Then you can easily take a self-organised or guided day trip from Milan to Lake Como and see one or a few of the most popular lakefront towns like Como, Varenna, and Bellagio. You can also book a guided day trip around the lake taking you to some of its best sights (this one comes highly recommended).
Alternatively, you can pencil in a weekend break or an even longer stay at Lake Como. It’s a big place that easily caters to all types of travellers.
What to Pack for a Visit to Lake Como?
Lake Como has its own microclimate with moderate temperatures which vacillate around 26 degrees Celsius in summer and drop to around 4 to 8 degrees Celsius in winter. May and June are the wettest months in terms of rainfall and snow days in winter are very rare. Nights can get chilly in any season.
As such, no matter when you choose to visit, make sure that you pack plenty of layers. A light jacket or a cosy jersey may come in very handy during the high season. I am speaking as someone who got caught in a cold downpour in Varenna in July without a jacket because I had wanted to pack light and had assumed that summer is always warm in Italy. At the same time, don’t forget your sun cream, a hat/sunglasses, and a swimming costume.
In winter, you will want to be able to peel off a layer or two on one of those not-rare days when the sun shines bright at lunchtime and it feels like it’s spring already. At the same time, don’t forget your hat, scarf, and gloves as it feels so nice to be wrapped up warm in the evenings.
Bringing my padded hat with ear flaps (similar to this one) was my best packing decision during my last visit to Lake Como over ten days this past Christmas. It kept me really cosy during festive market explorations and hiking around.
Always pack a pair of good walking shoes for Lake Como. Plus, hiking shoes/boots are a must when you go exploring in nature. With many of the towns and villages around the lake having steep cobbled streets and often flights of steps instead of streets altogether, your ankles need to be well supported at all times.
Unless you are planning to visit just the towns of Como, Lecco, and Cernobbio (the central parts of which are flat), make sure that you bring an appropriate pair of shoes to allow you to safely navigate uneven surfaces and steep slopes.
Which Are the Best Towns to Visit on Lake Como?
There are easily dozens of small towns and villages clustered along the waterline and clinging to the steep slopes above Lake Como. Some of them – like Bellagio – are famous worldwide. Others are much less known yet they have beautiful historic centres, several curious sights, and are linked to numerous hiking paths crisscrossing the lake’s lush natural setting.
Have a look at this blog post to pick the Lake Como towns that appeal the most to you based on your own interests and travel plans:
- 18 Best Towns to Visit on Lago di Como – Italy’s Most Famous Lake (With Maps, Itineraries, and Essential Travel Guide)
Otherwise, here is a short list of four of the most gorgeous towns on Lake Como to explore during your visit. All of them are easy to reach by train or by train/bus/ferry from Milan. This makes them great destinations for day trips and weekend breaks as well as for longer stays on Italy’s most famous lake.
Como – one of the largest towns on Lake Como. Come here for the imposing Duomo, the sights dedicated to Alessandro Volta (the inventor of the first electric battery), and the funicular taking you up a vertiginous slope to the town of Brunate. Regular trains link Como to Milan all throughout the day. Once in Como, you can also take a bus to nearby Cernobbio (another beautiful lakefront town) or a ferry up to Bellagio.
Bellagio – this is easily the most famous town on Lake Como. It stands on the tip of Punta Spartivento – the meeting point of the lake’s three branches. Bellagio is very picturesque and has a number of easy to see in a day sights – from the botanical garden of Villa Melzi to the cobbled streets of its historic centre populated by silk shops and craft workshops. You can reach Bellagio by bus or ferry from Como, by bus from Lecco, and by ferry from Varenna.
Varenna – the most charming town on Lake Como is a delight to explore. It has a cute little harbour, a waterfront promenade with far-reaching lake views, medieval castle, and next door to it stands the magnificent Villa Monastero with its delightful garden. Regular trains connect Varenna to Milan all throughout the day. Ferries link this lakefront town to the towns of Menaggio and Bellagio, too, so that you can see them all in a day.
Bellano – this is Lake Como’s hidden gem of a town. With a beautiful promenade, a cute harbour, and a dramatic gorge cut through over millions of years by a powerful waterfall, Bellano has a lot to offer. Yet, you can easily see it all in a few hours or over a very leisurely day. Even better! Bellano is on the same train line as Varenna, making it possible to visit both towns as part of the same trip.
What Are the Best Things to Do at Lake Como?
There are many things to do and enjoy around Italy’s most famous lake – Lago di Como. Have a look at this detailed travel guide for an extensive list:
Otherwise, here is a helpful shortlist:
Sightseeing – the shores of the lake are studded with historic villas, centuries-old churches, and excellent museums. The most well-known are the Duomo, the Volta Temple, the Civic Art Gallery, and the Silk Museum in Como, Villa Balbaniello near Lenno, Villa Monastero next door to Varenna, Villa Melzi in Bellagio, the Moto Guzzi Motorcycle Museum in Mandello del Lario, and so many others.
Hiking and Nature Exploring – it is so very easy to get close to nature around Lake Como. Hiking paths (some of which follow ancient Roman roads) crisscross the steep slopes and link the small towns and villages here. Powerful waterfalls crash through tall canyons and flow into the lake. Don’t miss Orrido di Nesso and Orrido di Bellano. You don’t even need to break a sweat to get out and about in nature here. A number of funiculars offer the chance to enjoy sprawling lake views from the comfort of a smoothly ascending cabin.
Shopping – Lake Como is a great place to indulge in some shopping no matter if you are after the latest fashions of the best Italian brands or artisan items by local craftsmen. The area is also famous for its locally designed silk accessories. Silk has been produced around the lake for centuries and nowadays you can get beautiful silk bags, scarves, and ties for yourself and your loved ones. Don’t miss the local brand Acqua del Lario which makes perfumes, candles, and home scents inspired by the towns and vistas of Lake Como.
Where to Find More Information About Lake Como and the Region of Lombardy?
If you are considering a trip to Lake Como in particular and the Northern Italian region of Lombardy in general, you may want to also have a look at the following categories and posts on my blog:
- Lake Como – a full list of all my blog posts about Italy’s most famous lake
- Lombardy – a full list of all my blog posts about this must-see region in Italy
- Lake Como – The Beauty of Italy’s Most Famous Lake in 25 Photos
- 25 Best Things to Do in Lake Como, Italy (With Maps, Travel Info, and Practical Tips)
- Lake Como in Winter – 10 Reasons to Visit Italy’s Most Famous Lake in the Off-Season
- 10 Reasons to Visit the Region of Lombardy in Italy
- 15 Must-See Cities and Towns in Lombardy, Italy
They are based on my first-hand experience of visiting these destinations in Italy and provide lots of practical information to help you plan your travels.
In addition, for the most up-to-date information about events and local sights, keep an eye on the official websites of Milan, the Region of Lombardy, and the major towns on Lake Como, for example, Como, Bellagio, Varenna, Lecco, and so on.
Finally, if you want to invest in a good guidebook, this one covers Lombardy, Milan, and the Italian lakes which makes it very handy to carry around with you during your travels.
Where to Find More Information About Visiting Italy?
I have been blogging about travelling to and within Italy for eight years now providing detailed and first-hand tried and tested information about the best things to do in this beautiful country. It’s all based on my close to twenty years of visiting Italy solo and with my family. Six of these years, we actually spent living in Vicenza in the north of the country.
If you are after in-depth researched and illustrated with dozens of pertinent photos articles about Italy, have a look at the following categories and blog posts:
- Italy – a full list of all my blog posts about Italy
- 10 Reasons to Visit Northern Italy
- Veneto, Trentino, Emilia Romagna – full lists of all my blog posts about these Italian regions
- Venice, Padua, Lake Garda, Milan – full lists of all my blog posts about these must-see destinations in Italy.
In addition, right at the end of this blog post, you will find a list with links to some of my most popular blog posts about many beautiful and exciting cities, towns, and regions to visit in Italy. So, just scroll down and then click on the ones you are interested in.
Finally, Italy’s official tourism website is a great source of the latest news about travel in Italy. Otherwise, this is one of the best guidebooks about Italy.
Lake Como is Italy’s most famous lake and one of the country’s most coveted destinations. It attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year and it offers a wonderful mix of stunning nature, picturesque lakefront towns, and historic sights.
‘What is the best airport for Lake Como?’ is a question that many people ask during the planning stages of their Northern Italian holiday. The answer is threefold – Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate, and Bergamo Orio al Serio. All three are within an easy distance away from the lake both by car and public transport.
In this blog post, I cover in detail all three of these convenient for Lake Como airports. How far each one of them is from the lake’s main and most popular towns? How to get to Lake Como by public and private transport once you arrive by plane in Italy? What to expect in terms of amenities at each airport? All this is explained and coupled with a map showing their respective locations. Finally, two lists with practical tips are provided, too.
All of this aims to make your travel planning as smooth and easy as possible. Knowing the airport options you have for Lake Como in Italy can help you organise your travel plans in a more budget-friendly way. It can also save you time and stress. And this is always a good thing!
I hope that the information I have shared with you herewith will help you make the best travel choices in terms of which one of the airports nearest to Lake Como to arrive at and depart from.
Enjoy your time at Italy’s most famous lake!
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