Lake Garda Hotels
Travelling to Lake Garda
Located in the north of the country in the provinces of Verona, Brescia and
Trento, Lake Garda is 200 kms east of Milan. If you are coming from Milan or
Brescia on the road, the A4 east runs to the southwestern corner of the lake.
From Mantua, take the A22 north to A4 west. From Verona and points east, take
the A4 west. From Genoa take the A7, A21 and A4 motorways.
There are direct and intercity trains from all the main railway stations in
the north of Italy going to Peschiera Del Garda and Desenzano, both on the Milan-Venice
line. Throughout the day regular trains depart every hour from Milan and the
journey takes approximately 1 hour, 15 minutes to Desenzano Del Garda.
For those arriving in the southwest side of the Garda Lake by plane, there
are two airports nearby: Catullo Airport, outside Verona; and Gabriele D'annunzio,
in Brescia. Regular bus services run both these routes into Peschiera Del Garda
The preferred air route is to fly into Milan's Malpensa Airport, which receives
regular flights from most countries and is connected directly by train from
European countries. Milano Centrale Railway Station is about 1 hour from Malpensa
Airport where most overseas flights land, and is about 20 minutes from Linate
Airport where most other flights land. Public transport to Milano Centrale is
available by bus from both airports; a taxi service is also available at a much
Selection of hotels in this region:
Hotel Royal Village
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full list of hotels and online booking