Where do the buses stop in Como?
Bus station is in piazza Matteotti, next to Como Lago Trenord train station, and some buses stop in Como S. Giovanni train station. Information at +39 031 247249. The Guide of itineraries by bus. The world around the lake , made in collaboration with ASF, gives advices on itineraries by bus, starting in Como, driving to:
How to get to Bellagio from Lake Como by bus?
On the eastern branch of Lake Como, bus service is less frequent and is operated by two companies: Linee Lecco (which covers the metropolitan area of Lecco) and Arriva, which connects towns on the eastern side of this branch. This route starts from the city of Lecco (bus stop is outside the train station) and gets to Bellagio in 45-50’.
What is the Como funicular?
The Funicolare (cable car) runs from Como up to the town of Brunate where you can enjoy an amazing view of the City, the Lake and the Alps. Como Funicular station is in Piazza De Gasperi, Como.
When will the Honister Rambler service 77/77A return?
The Honister Rambler Service 77/77A is suspended for the Winter and will return at Easter 2022
Is there a funicular in Como Italy?
The Como–Brunate funicular (Italian: Funicolare Como-Brunate) is a funicular railway that connects the city of Como with the village of Brunate in Lombardy, Italy. The line has operated since 1894, and is used by both tourists and local residents.
What is the Como-Brunate funicular railway?
The Funicular Railway has linked Lake Como and Brunate since 1894 and is still the quickest way of travelling between these two towns. A trip on the Como-Brunate Funicular Railway offers stunning views and an opportunity to see panoramic views of rural Como, all whilst having an enjoyable jaunt on a train!
How long has the funicular been around?
The line has operated since 1894, and is used by both tourists and local residents. The funicular was opened in 1894 and was originally operated using a steam engine. In 1911 the traction system was converted to use an electric motor.
What is an example of a funicular system?
The Bom Jesus funicular built in 1882 near Braga, Portugal is one of the extant systems of this type. Another example, the funicular Neuveville - St-Pierre [ fr] in Fribourg, Switzerland, is of particular interest as it utilizes waste water, coming from a sewage plant at the upper part of the city.