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Lake Como may be reached from the highway which connects Milan to Como (A8 and A9) and at Canton Ticino, or trough the state highway 342 which originates in Varese and the 369 which leads from Como to Lecco. By train you arrive via Milano with Trenitalia or LeNord. While from the north, passing Gottardo, you will find trains coming from Central Europe. Menaggio, located on the shore, is connected to Lugano from the State highway 340. Colico, at the northerly tip of Lake, is connected to Switzerland by road or railway along two roadways: Chiavenna and Spluga Pass on one side, and Majola Pass on the other. While through Sondrio and Tirano, you reach Alto Adige as well as Grigioni. Lecco is connected to Milan and Bergamo both by road and railway; and a highway offers a rapid connection to Colico and the northern tip of the Lake.

 

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