best day trips from Milan

Need a break from Milan? Because of its strategic position, it is possible to reach various places. Seaside cities, beautiful lakes, Swiss Alps towns, you have a window of opportunity to pick from. Read our guide to the best day trips from Milan and enjoy a day off in a stunning location. 

1- Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre

What to see? What to do?

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Italian Riviera towns are a few steps from Milan. The cities on the sea are Manarola (the oldest one), Riomaggiore, Vernazza, and Monterosso, while Corniglia is landlocked on the hills. You are going to experience panoramic scenarios, colorful coastal villages and beautiful beaches in this incredible part of Italy. The boat ride is the best way to enjoy the blue waters and the coastal Riviera from another perspective on the Gulf of Poets. In case you have more time, you should walk the Blue path, a footpath on the sea of 12 kilometers which runs through all the villages giving breathtaking views. For the most romantic ones, there is The Way of Love, a route of a little more than a kilometer which connects the villages of Riomaggiore and Manarola.

How to get there?

by train. From Milano Centrale, there are many travel solutions to go to Monterosso. The easier way is to take the direct train that, in 2 hours and 55 minutes, reaches its destination.

by car. Get on the A7 and A12 and take the exit to Carrodano/Levanto. Take SP566 towards Località Albero D’Oro directed to SP38 to Monterosso a Mare.

2 – Portofino

Portofino

What to see? What to do?

Not far from Milan, there is one of the most beautiful places in Italy: Portofino. You will enjoy the charming atmosphere in the Piazzetta by the sea, looking at the panorama from the cafès overlooking the sea. Enjoying “La dolce vita” atmosphere, it is possible to take a boat tour with the particular local boat and appreciate the view on the coast and its wonderful villas and the crystal-clear water. If you have time, it is suggested to take a walk in the Portofino Regional Park, a paradise of the Mediterranean vegetation.

How to get there?

by train. Take the train from Milano Centrale to S. Margherita Ligure Portofino. The journey takes 2 hours. 

by car. Take the A7 towards Rapall and, from A12 take the exit to Rapallo from the A12. Continue on the SS227 to Portofino.

3 – Lake Como

Lake Como

What to see? What to do?

The third biggest lake in Italy, Lake Como has a glacial origin and boasts stunning alpine scenery. With its typical Y shape, it is surrounded by beautiful villages, such as Bellagio and Varenna, and many villas, such as Villa Carlotta, Villa Monastero or Villa del Balbaniello. There are many activities you could do once there: windsurfing, kitesurfing, and sailing. In the alternative, you can just delight yourself with the local food and wine, exploring the farms surrounding the lake.

How to get there?

by train. From Milano Cadorna take the train to Como Nord Lago. The journey takes 1 hour. While from Milano Centrale take the train to Como S. Giovanni which takes half an hour. From Como take the local bus C10 to Meraggio. As an alternative, from Milano Centrale take the train to Varenna Esino for a journey of 1 hour and 3 minutes. 

by car. This is the most comfortable way to reach Lake Como. Take the A8 and the A9/E35 towards SS340 in Como. Take the exit Lago di Como. Continue to SS340 towards Mareggio. While to go to Varenna, take the SS36 to Lago di Como e dello Spulga, following the indications to Lecco/Monza. Take the exit to Varenna.

4 – Lake Maggiore

Lake Maggiore

What to see? What to do?

The second largest lake in Italy, Lake Maggiore is a lovely place and it is not far from Milan. There are beautiful villages surrounding the lake that you could visit as Stresa and Laverno or Locarno. With the alpine setting, the best way to enjoy the wonders of this place is by taking a panoramic boat cruise. You will admire the three picturesque Borromean Islands: the elegant Isola Bella, the exotic Isola Madre, and the timeless Isola dei Pescatori. Their gardens and villas were realized by the best architects and gardeners in the 16th and the 17th centuries. In addition, a stunning view is also offered from Mount Mottarone, named “the Mountain of the Two Lakes”, because of its position in between Lake Maggiore and the near Lake Orta. There is a cable car to reach the top of the Mount. 

How to get there?

by train. From Milano Centrale or Milano Porta Garibaldi take the trains to Stresa. The journey takes 1 hour and 30 minutes. As an alternative, take the trains to Domodossola, with a similar length. In Domodossola, there is the Lake Maggiore Express linking Domodossola to Locarno. It offers a panoramic trip through the mountains or by boat.  

by car. Take the A8 to Laghi-Sesto Calende-Varese. Take A26 to Gravellona Toce and take the exit to Carpugnino. Follow the indications to Stresa.

by bus. From the Lampugnano station, there are two daily buses to Stresa. The trip takes 1h 13 minutes. 

5 – Lake Garda

Lake Garda

What to see? What to do?

The largest lake in Italy, Lake Garda offers an amazing panoramic view with the Dolomites in the background. It has many islands to visit on a relaxing cruise. You will appreciate the gorgeous lakeside villages of Sirmione and Desenzano del Garda, the latter with an amazing medieval castle on the lake. There are a series of activities you could experience once here, such as Wind Surf, sailing or Canyoning. For true adventurers, there is Mount Baldo (2218 m) for hiking or paragliding with this panorama.

How to get there?

by train. From Milano Centrale take the train to Desenzano del Garda (51 minutes). As an alternative, take the train to Peschiera del Garda (58 minutes).

by car. Take the A35 to Brescia. Take the exit Brescia/SP BS11/Tangenziale sud. Continue on the SP11 Tangenziale Sud/SS45bis. Continue on SS45bis following the indications to Lungolago Giuseppe Zanardelli at Toscolano Maderno.

6 – Maranello 

Maranello

What to see? What to do?

If you are passionate about fast cars and, particularly, about the Red Horse, a visit to Maranello is a must. Go and explore the “Motor Valley”, take a look at the test track of the new fast cars. Visit the Ferrari Factory and the Maranello Museum to discover its history and admire old cars in all their glory.

How to get there?

by train. Take the train from Milano Centrale to Modena (1 hour and 41 minutes). Once there, take the bus to Maranello from Modena at the bus stop Risorgimento. 

by car. Take the A1 in the direction to SP467/SP467R. Take the exit to Maranello. 

7 – Swiss Alps

St. Moritz

What to see? What to do?

Maybe one of the best destination if you have a free day to spend outside Milan. Strange but true, in a few steps and with a breath-taking journey with a panoramic view you can reach St. Moritz. The famous red train, the Bernina Express, that is part of UNESCO World Heritage will give you one of the best experience in your life. The final destination ends in St. Moritz among Swiss Alps, one of the most famous resorts.

How to get there?

by train. From Milano Centrale take the train to Tirano (2 hours and 32 minutes). The Bernina Express leaves from Tirano railway station.

by car. Take the main road 36 to Lecco/Monza. Follow the indications to SS dello Stelvio/SS38 at Cosio Valtellino. Continue on the SS38 following the indications to Trivigno at Tirano.

8 – Interlaken 

Interlaken

What to see? What to do?

An alternative to the Bernina Express, the Green Train of the Alps crosses the amazing Simplon Pass, one of the most stunning crossings in Switzerland, to Spietz. A panoramic journey before reaching your destination. At the arrival, you will surely enjoy the cruise on the Lake Thun until Interlaken. Take the opportunity to taste the delicious chocolate while seeing the panorama.

How to get there?

by train. From Milano Centrale take the train to Domodossola (1 hour and 30 minutes). From Domodossola, your journey on the Green Train of the Alps will begin.

by car. Take the A8 and then the E62 following the indications to SS33. Continue on the SS33 and take the exit to Domodossola.

9 – Courmayeur

Courmayeur

What to see? What to do?

If you are a mountain lover, you will be surprised to know that Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Europe, is easily accessible from Milan. A good idea for your day trip, in fact, could be to go to Courmayeur, the popular alpine town. From there, take the amazing Monte Bianco Skyway cable car and discover the stunning view of the Italian, Swiss and French Alps. On the way up, stop to the Mont-Frety Pavillion and visit the Botanic Garden Saussurea. The highest garden in Europe contains a huge variety of alpine plants. Once reached the Helbronner peak, from its height of 3,466 meters you will be speechless. Enjoy your 360-degree view of the Alps.

How to get there?

by bus. From Milano Lampugnano take the bus for Courmayeur. The trip takes 3 hours. 

by car. Take the A4/364 and take the exit to Santhia to E25/A5 directed to T1/Monte Bianco. Take the E25 and follow the indications to A5/Ivrea/Aosta/T1/Monte Bianco. Here, take the exit to Courmayeur. 

10 – Dolomites

Dolomites

What to see? What to do?

If you want to spend a day out in the middle of nature, t is worth the ride with the Ritten Railway from the city of Bolzano. The historical train was designed on the model of Swiss mountain railways during the Belle Epoque and it is the only one of this kind left. It offers an enjoyable timeless trip with an adorable view on the Dolomites and at a very cheap price! 

How to get there?

by train. There is no direct train for the destination and a change is necessary. From Milano Centrale take the train to Verona Porta Nuova. There, take the train from Verona Porta Nuova to Bolzano. It will take 3 hours and 40 minutes. As an alternative, take the train to Bologna and there, a train to Bolzano. Otherwise, there is the possibility to take the train to Verona Porta Nuova and once there, take the bus to Bolzano. This solution takes 2 hours and 50 minutes.

by car. The easier solution to reach Bolzano. Take the A51 and take the exit E64 to Torino/Venezia. Take the A4 and follow the indications to Via Statale 12Bolzano. From the A22 take the exit Bolzano Sud.

by bus. From Milano Lampugnano take the bus to Bolzano for a trip of 4 hours. 

11 – Franciacorta 

Franciacorta

What to see? What to do?

The Franciacorta area is famous for its wine production, basically sparkling wines. Take part to Franciacorta wine tasting pairing to local good food is an experience you never regret. There are guided tours and tastings events with certified sommeliers. Beside of the beautiful hills and relaxing natural environment of this area take the opportunity to visit the city of Brescia and the Lake of Iseo, with a stunning panorama and natural reserves, such as Torbiere del Sebino, Piramidi di Zone and Valle del Freddo. 

As a shopping destination, the Franciacorta Outlet Village is also a great place to visit. It is directly connected to Milan by a shuttle bus and easily accessible by train or by car. It included 160 stores of Italian and international brands.

How to get there? 

by train. Take the train from Milano Centrale to Brescia (36 minutes).

by car. Take the SP14 and then the A35. Take the exit to Brescia/SP BS11/Tangenziale sud. 

by bus. Take the bus from Milano Centrale to Brescia (34 minutes).

12 – Bergamo 

Bergamo

What to see?  What to do?

This ancient town with medieval architecture is very close to Milan. It is composed of an old walled part, named “Città Alta”, within hills of a national park, and the “città bassa”, the modern expansion. The upper town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is a lovely place to visit. If you have more time, go and visit some places nearby, such as San Pellegrino and its famous QC Terme, or Crespi D’Adda.

How to get there?

by train. There are trains leaving from Milano Centrale to Bergamo every hour at less than 1 hour of distance. 

by car. Take the A4/E64 following the indications to Raccordo Autostrada to Bergamo. Take the exit to Bergamo.

13 – Genova

Genova

What to see? What to do?

For a day out from Milan, a stop in the city of Christopher Columbus, Genova, should be made. Genova is a fascinating place to be explored, through its medieval streets among ancient buildings. Once in the city, besides the centro storico, you will admire the Palazzi dei Rolli, a group of ancient palazzi that are partly a UNESCO site. Furthermore, if you like the maritime world, you couldn’t miss its magnificent aquarium.

How to get there?

by train. There are many regional trains leaving from Milano Centrale to Genova Piazza Principe of 1 hour and 35 minutes/ 2 hours. 

by car. Take the A7 towards Via Bobbio/SS45 in Genova. Take the exit Genova Est.

by bus. There are bus companies offering bus services from Milano to Genova for a journey of 2 hours and 10 minutes.

14 – Verona 

Verona

What to see? What to do?

Collocated in the region of Veneto, its notoriety is particularly linked to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, set in this city. The lovers’ city deserves to be visited, because of all its historical sites that let Verona acquire the UNESCO World Heritage status. You will have to the possibility to see the balcony from where Juliet called her lover, walking their path in those ancient streets. Must-see places are the great Arena di Verona, the Piazza delle Erbe, and the Roman Theater. Moreover, you may stop to visit the Castelvecchio civic museum, once used to be the castle of Verona, with a view over the Adige river.

How to get there?

by train. There are trains leaving from Milano to Verona each hour and they take 1 hour and 13 minutes. This is the fastest way to go to Verona.

by car. Take the A4 and take the exit to Verona Sud.

by bus. There are buses from Milano Lampugnano to Verona Porta Nuova. The journey takes 2 hours and 20 minutes.

15 – Venice

Venice

What to see? What to do?

One of the most romantic cities in the area, it is a mandatory-stop once in Italy. Its lagoons, its cobbled streets, and fantastic architecture turn this city in a place without parallel. It is full of interesting sites to visit, such as Rialto Bridge, San Marco Square, and Ponte dei Sospiri. Take a boat ride on the typical gondola through the lagoons across the city, with the gondolier dressing characteristic suits. If you are visiting the city in the Carnival period, you’ll be lucky. You are going to experience one of the most famous Carnival in the world. If you have time, it is worth to go to Murano, the city famous for its glass-blowing traditions, whose products will enchant you for sure.

How to get there?

by train. From Milano Centrale take the train to Venezia Santa Lucia (2 hours and 30 minutes). This is the easier way to go to Venice.

by car. Take the A4 and then the exit to Venezia/Ravenna/Mestre/Marghera da Tangenziale di Mestre/A57. 

by bus. There are buses from Milano Lampugnano to Venezia Tronchetto but the journey is longer (3 hours and55 minutes).

16 – Florence 

Florence

What to see? What to do?

The well-known city of art in Italy, it is considered as the birthplace of the Renaissance, called also the “Athens of the Middle Ages”.  If you are looking for a cultural and artistic visit, this place is a perfect choice and it will hit you directly. It is full of monuments and museum to visit, but also of amazing gardens. Florence has also an important role in the fashion industry, being one of the 15 fashion capitals in the world. For a delicious lunch, go and taste the famous schiacciata fiorentina and the typical cheeses and cold cuts.

How to get there?

by train. This is the easier way to visit Florence. From Milano Centrale take the train to Firenze S. M. Novella. There are trains every hour for a journey of 1 hour and 40 minutes. 

by car. Take the A1 and follow towards Firenze/Bologna/Casalecchio. Take the exit A1 var – Variante di Valico and continue on A1/E35. Then take the exit to Firenze Sud. 

17 – Turin 

Turin

What to see? What to do?

Once the first capital of Italy, Turin deserves a great consideration for a day trip from Milan. This elegant city, recently restructured for the Olympic games, has many jewels to show. Palazzo Reale, Palazzo Madama, La Venaria and the Mole Antonelliana are just some examples of its magnificence. Turin boasts also a huge number of historic cafès with an ancient atmosphere and the world’s most important Egyptian museum outside Egypt. Moreover, it is the Italian capital of chocolate and it is famous for its good food. So many reasons to go there and enjoy it!

How to get there?

by train. From Milano Centrale take the train to Torino Porta Susa (1 hour and 40 minutes). 

by car. Take the A4 towards Corso Giulio Cesare in Turin. 

by bus. From Milano Lampugnano take the bus to Torino (1 hour and 50 minutes).

18 – Pavia

Pavia

What to see? What to do?

This little city is almost unknown to the tourists. However, it is just outside Milan and it could be a wonderful surprise to your eyes. Great architecture and many ancient monuments, churches, and towers populate its streets.  Crossed by the “Via Francigena”, it allows you to walk the pilgrim route. It is also the home of one of the most ancient University in Europe (founded in 1361). The Certosa of Pavia deserves a place of honor during the visit.

How to get there?

by train. From Milano Rogoredo take the train to Pavia (20 minutes). 

by car. Take the A7 in the direction of Genova as far as the Bereguardo-Pavia Nord exit. Continue on the A53 in the direction of Pavia and exit at the Pavia-Via Riviera exit. 

by bus. From Milano Vittadini take the bus to Pavia Cairoli/Emanuele Filiberto (55 minutes).

19 – Bologna

Bologna

What to see? What to do?

With its characteristic porticos, its colors and architecture, Bologna is an adorable destination. It is a lively city thanks to its university, the reason why it has also a very exciting nightlife. Full of places to visit, such as Piazza Maggiore or Basilica di San Petronio, you will discover its history. While walking on the streets, you will be captured by the fragrance of the local food. You cannot taste its delicious plates, among the best in Italy.

How to get there?

by train. Daily trains run from Milano Centrale to Bologna every hour (1 hour).

by car. Take the A1 and take the exit to Bologna/Casalecchio. Take the A14 and then take the exit to Bologna. 

by bus. Take the bus from Milano Lampugnano to Bologna (2 hours and 50 minutes).

20 – Parma

Parma

What to see? What to do?

A small city near Bologna, Parma has a charming and elegant style. Take your time to visit the medieval Cathedral and the Baptistery, as well as the Teatro Farnese. The particularity of the place is the pastel-colors characterizing the houses, different one from the other, giving a different look to the streets. The masterpieces of the city, however, are the music and the food: try the worldwide famous Parmigiano Cheese, the Parma ham and the homemade Pasta.

How to get there?

by train. There are trains from Milano Centrale to Parma every hour per day. The journey takes 1 hour and a half.

by car. Take the A1 and then take the exit to Parma. 

by bus. From Milano Lampugnano take the bus to Parma for a journey of 1 hour and 45 minutes. 

21 – Modena

Modena

What to see? What to do?

With its porticos and cobblestone roads, Modena is a little town in the heart of Emilia Romagna. The Cathedral, in Romanesque style, and the Ghirlandina set up in the Piazza Grande, the center of the city. Other best places to visit are the Palazzo Ducale, the Galleria Estense and the Museum Enzo Ferrari. Moreover, Modena is famous for its delicious cuisine the production of balsamic vinegar.

How to get there?

by train. From Milano Centrale take the train to Modena (1 hour and 45 minutes/2 hours). This is the fastest way to reach the destination.

by car. Take the A1 following the indications to Tangenziale Sud Salvatore Quasimodo to Modena. Take the exit 17B from the SS724. 

22 – Cremona 

Cremona

What to see? What to do?

A must-see place for music’s lovers, Cremona has a strong and vivid tradition of violin making, with over 200 workshops and local luthiers realizing them. It is possible to admire their art passing by their shops. Among the main highlights of the city to see are the Cathedral in Piazza del Comune and the Torrazzo, symbol of the city. 

How to get there?

by train. There are trains from the stations of Milano Rogoredo and Milano Lambrate running to Cremona (1 hour).

by car. Take the A1 and take the exit to A21/E70 towards Brescia. Take the exit to Castelvetro. Afterward, take the SP588R towards Cremona. 

23 – Mantova

Mantova

What to see? What to do?

Mantova, also named “the Italian Sleeping Beauty” city, is an Etruscan lakeside city positioned in the middle of the Po valley. Go there and visit the Palazzo Ducale, former residence of the Duke of Mantova. This city has a lot of historical places to see, such as Palazzo Te, the Rotonda of San Lorenzo or Castel San Giorgio. Being mostly undervalued as a holiday destination, you could enjoy a relaxing day there without the crowds in the other big destinations. Keep an eye on it!

How to get there?

by train. It is possible to take the train to Mantova from both the stations of Milano Lambrate and Milano Rogoredo. The journey takes 1 hour and 50 minutes.

by car. Take the A1 and the A2 towards Brescia. Take the A21/E70 and take the exit to Mantova.

24 – Monza 

Monza

What to see? What to do?

At the doorsteps of Milan, there is Monza. In the past, it used to be the summer residence of many important characters, from Napoleone to the Savoys. It offers historical architecture, such as the Cathedral and the Leoni Bridge. It is worth visiting its huge park, admiring also the villas inside it and the magnificent Villa Reale. 

How to get there?

by train. Take the Trenord from Milano Porta Garibaldi or Milano Lambrate to Monza. It takes only 20 minutes. The easier and fastest solution. 

by car. Take the A4 and then the Strada Statale 36 of Lake Como and of Spluga/SS36. Take the exit to Monza. 

25 – Brescia

Brescia

What to see? What to do?

The ancient town of Brescia is perfect for a comfortable day trip from Milan thanks to its proximity. The city offers many historical places to visit. Among the main attractions, there is a Medieval castle, some Roman buildings, and the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Monastic complex of San Salvatore-Santa Giulia turned into a museum. Further, you can also admire the first skyscraper of Italy, the Torrione. 

How to get there?

by train. The easier way since there are daily trains from Milano Centrale to Brescia. The duration is around 36/46 minutes. 

by car. Take the A35 directed to Brescia. Take the exit to Brescia Centro from Tangenziale Ovest.

26 – Lecco 

Lecco

What to see? What to do?

Located at the Southern part of Lake Como, Lecco is a pleasant discovery to make. The scenario offered is amazing, with the lake and the surrounding mountains. Visit the medieval historical center and the various monuments, churches and the old villas, dated back to the 18th and 19th century. Take the cable tram to Piana d’ Erna and enjoy the view.

How to get there?

by train. There are trains from Milano Centrale to Lecco every hour. The journey takes 39 minutes. This is the more convenient way to go to Lecco. 

by car. Take the Highway 36 towards Lake Como and of Spulga. Take the exit to road XI February to Lecco.

27 – Rome

Rome

What to see? What to do?

Rome, the Eternal City, the capital of Italy do not need an explanation for a visit. Get ready to discover this incredible city in a real throwback journey to the ancient Roman times. The Colosseum, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi fountain, the Pantheon and more on. In other words, take your time to visit the average number of monuments and places in Rome before returning to Milan. 

How to get there?

by train. Take the train from Milano Centrale to Roma Termini. This is the more convenient way to reach the Italian capital for a one-day excursion.

28 – Padova

Padova

What to see? What to do?

The town of Padova is famous for its ancient university, which dates back to 1222. Set of Shakespeare’s “The Tamigi of the Shrew”, the city counts many places to visit. The main attractions are the Scrivegni Chapel, the Basilica of St. Anthony, the Palazzo della Ragione and the Prato della Valle, among the others. Do not miss the Botanical garden, founded in 1545.

How to get there?

by train. From Milano Centrale take the train to Padova for a journey of 1 hour and 57 minutes. This is the best way. 

by car. Take the A4 and then take the exit to Padova Est. 

29 – Varese

Varese

What to see? What to do?

Varese is also called “City garden” because of the various gardens and parks all over the city. The city is situated on seven hills, enriched by the villas scattered in there. It lies at the foot of the mountain of Sacro Monte, where you can visit the medieval sanctuary Santa Maria del Monte. Moreover, Varese overlooks Lake Varese. The perfect place to take delight in nature.

How to get there?

by train. From the stations of Cadorna and Porta Garibaldi take the train to Varese. The journey takes 53 minutes. 

by car. Take the A8 in the direction of SS707 at Buguggiate. Take the exit to Varese.

30 – Vigevano 

Vigevano

What to see? What to do?

The Reinassence city of Vigevano requires only 30 minutes of the train from Milan. Even if it is almost unknown, you will be enchanted by its architecture as well as its Castle, the Castello Sforzesco, and the Bramante Tower. If you are interested in shoes, you should know that Vigevano is a major shoe production, including a shoe museum. For the lunch break, you will have no doubts. The risotto is the best here!

How to get there?

by train. From Milano Porta Genova take the train to Vigevano. This is the best solution (32 minutes in length).

by car. Take the A7 in the direction of Tangenziali/Aeroporto/Q.re Cantalupa. Take the A50 in the direction of the SS494 towards Vigevano.

31 – Grazzano Visconti

Grazzano Visconti

What to see? What to do?

In the province of Piacenza is situated this particular medieval village, Grazzano Visconti. If all you want to do is to take a day off with your family and living a journey in the past, this is the place you need. Created in Renaissance Neo-Gothic style, this place will amaze you with its medieval houses, historical parades, archery, and typical surroundings.

How to get there?

by train. Take the train to Piacenza and once there, take the bus for Grazzano Visconti. 

by car. Take the A1 in the direction to Piacenza. Take the SP654 and SP654R for Grazzano Visconti. 

32 – Gardaland

Gardaland

What to see? What to do?

Are you looking for a fun day in a place close to Milan? Gardaland is the perfect solution! Gardaland, the number one of the amusement parks in Italy, is a few steps from the Lake Garda, as its name suggested. It counts many attractions, among which over 30 rides as well as water games, various kind of activities and an aquarium. The fun is guaranteed and you will want to come back there for sure!

How to get there?

by train. Take the train from Milano Centrale to Peschiera del Garda (1 hour). The park is easily accessible from Peschiera del Garda by a free shuttle bus.

by car. Take the A4 towards Venezia. Takes the exit to  Peschiera del Garda and follow the indications to Gardaland.

by bus. Take the bus from Milano Lampugnano to Gardaland. The journey takes 2 hours and 15 minutes. 

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