The most popular methods of travelling to Menaggio are by car and by plane. Here are a few guides to help you decide the best way for you to get there and enjoy your Lake Como holidays.
By Plane There are plenty of cheap direct flights available to Milan-Bergamo Airport (BGY), Milan-Malpensa Airport (MXP) and Milan-Linate Airport (LIN).

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You can pick up a hire car at the airport. From Milan-Malpensa there is a through bus which stops at Menaggio on its way to St.Moritz. From other airports indirect bus routes may need to be taken from Milan.

By Car The trip to Menaggio should take 12 to 14 hours from Calais driving through Switzerland via the Gothard Tunnel. If travelling from the UK you can cross the channel using a ferry or the channel tunnel.

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  To drive in Italy you will need to carry in the vehicle a Warning Triangle, High Visibility Jacket, Headlight Deflectors and a Country Indicator. A list of full requirements is available here at
Local Ferries There are car and passenger ferries on the lake. Take a look at the ferry crossing times here: Gestione Navigazione Laghi, look in the middle of the page for the Ferry Departures pick the town you want to cross from.  The nearest ferry port to the villa is Menaggio. Ferry on Lake Como
Time Italy is 1 hour ahead of UK time. Italy is in the Central European Time zone (CET).
Currency Italy's standard currency is the Euro. For up to date conversion rates try
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