Como is a city of Lombardy in northern Italy, at the southern tip of south-west arm of Lake Como. The city is located about 50 kilometers north of Milano and also very close to Switzerland. Como is well connected to transportation networks and you can reach it by air, train or car.
The distance from Malpensa airport to Como is 58 km by car. Follow the indications for highway A8 in direction of Milano and then change to the A9 highway in the direction of Como - Chiasso. You can also reach Como by using the Malpensa Express bus line from the airport.
The distance from Linate airport to Como is 74 km by car. Follow the indications for the highway named Laghi and then follow the A9 highway Como - Chiasso.
The distance from the aiport Bergamo Orio al Serio to Como is 90 km by car. Follow the motorway A4 direction Milano. From Milano follow the A9 Laghi in direction Como – Chiasso.
From the Milano Centrale station, get the train line Milano-Como-Chiasso to Como San Giovanni station. Travel time varies from 30 minutes to one hour.
From the Milano Garibaldi station, get the train line Milano-Como-Chiasso to Como San Giovanni station. Travel time varies from 30 minutes to one hour.
From the Milano Cadorna station, get the train to Como Lago station. Travel time is one hour.
From the Lugano station in Switzerland, get the train line Lugano-Chiasso-Como and get out at Como San Giovanni station. Travel time from Lugano is one hour.
Reaching Como by car from anywhere in Italy necessary takes to use the Milano highways junction.
Follow signs for Como / Varese / Autostrada dei Laghi
Drive on the A9 highway in the Lainate - Como - Chiasso direction.
Exit Como Centro to reach the Politecnico Campus
Or Exit Como Monte Olimpino to reach the city centre.
From Switzerland, use the A2 highway from Basel to Chiasso, exit Como Centro to reach the Politecnico Campus