We all know that travelling can be stressful. However hopefully our Lake Garda travel guide will help take the stress out of your travel arrangements.
The area is well served by airports with a choice of destinations to fly in to.
Verona airport www.aeroportoverona.it
Brescia Airport www.aeroportobrescia.it
Milan Bergamo www.sacbo.it
Milan Linate www.sea-aeroportomilano.it
Milan Malpensa www.milanomalpensa-airport.com
Venice Airport www.veniceairport.it
Treviso Airport www.trevisoairport.it
Once at the lake, there is a fantastic boat service taking you around all the beautiful towns and villages on the lake. Boats are frequent but the timetable does change depending on the time of year. Each local Tourist Information office will be able to give holidaymakers a copy of the timetable and provide you with any additional travel information for Lake Garda. Alternatively, you can view times and prices at the website. (www.navigazionelaghi.it)
Another option to get around is by train. The train is certainly a great option to use if you want to visit Milan, Venice or Verona during your stay. It’s also a great way to get from the airport to the lake if you don’t hire a car. If you want to explore the railway travel information for Lake Garda, then all the train times can be found at www.trenitalia.it.
If hiring a car you may also want to consider taking out excess insurance. Whilst the car hire companies in Italy are excellent, they can often charge their customers a high excess. That means that, in the event of an accident, damage or theft, your car rental company will most likely charge you up to your excess amount to repair or replace the vehicle. As a result, Bookings For You advise their clients to take out excess insurance on their car hire. You can either pay a daily rate or choose an annual policy to cover you on all your yearly car hire rentals (not just your holiday in Italy). You’ll usually find that an annual policy with still costs less than it would cost you to pay the car hire company to waive the excess charges on your Italy holiday rental. Then in the event of accident, theft, broken windows or tyre damage, the car rental company will charge your card, and the insurance company will reimburse you after you’ve made a claim. For more information please visit www.insurance4carhire.com.
If you need any specific Lake Maggiore travel information ahead of your stay, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to help.