Lombardia – Info
The Capital of the region is Milan.
Further provinces are: Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Cremona, Lecco, Lodi, Mantua, Monza Brianza, Pavia, Sondrio,Varese.
Lombardy is one of the best connected areas both to the rest of Italy and to foreign countries.
You may reach Lombardy:
– by car: highways
A1 (Autostrada del Sole to Bolgona, Rome and Southern Italy)
A4 (Serenissima, to Venice)
A7 (Serravalle, to Genoa)
A8 (Lakes – Varese)
A9 (Lakes – Como)
– by train:
Main stations are: Milan, Pavia, Lodi, Brescia and Como.
Lombardy is also reached by high speed trains.
Milano-Central station is the heart of Lombardy and it is one of the most important hubs of the national railways, as well as the arrival station for international lines and high-speed trains.
Milano-Cadorna, thanks to Trenord lines, is linking Milan with the North of the region. Malpensa Express connecting Milan to the airport of Malpensa, is leaving from Milano-Cadorna.
Milano-Garibaldi station is the hub of Italo trains.
– by plane
The main airports are: Milano Malpensa, Milano Linate, Bergamo-Orio al Serio (mainly low-cost companies) and Brescia-Montichiari.