GETTING HERE




The explosion of European air travel over the past few years has created a myriad of opportunities to get to Italy cheaply and conveniently in about two hours from the UK.
For Lake Garda, there are several airports you can fly into with Brescia and Verona being the closest but the most flights arrive into Bergamo.
The following airlines fly the following routes to these airports.


London Stansted to Verona

Glasgow Prestwick to Milan Orio al Serio (Bergamo)

Newcastle to Milan Orio al Serio (Bergamo)

London Stansted to Milan Orio al Serio (Bergamo)

Liverpool to Milan Orio al Serio (Bergamo)

Shannon (Ireland) to Milan Orio al Serio (Bergamo)

London Stansted to Venice (Treviso)

Liverpool to Venice (Treviso)


East Midlands to Venice (Marco Polo)

London Gatwick to Verona

Bristol to Venice (Marco Polo)

London Gatwick to Milan Linate

London Gatwick to Milan Malpensa


London Heathrow to Milan (Linate)

London Heathrow to Milan (Malpensa)

Bristol to Milan (Malpensa)

Birmingham to Milan (Malpensa)

Edinburgh to Milan (Malpensa)

London Gatwick to Verona

London Gatwick to Venice (Marco Polo)


London Heathrow to Milan (Linate)


Leeds Bradford to Venice (Marco Polo)

Leeds Bradford to Milan Bergamo

Verona is used by all major charter airlines from most regional airports in the UK during the summer months.


Driving times to the south of Lake Garda

Bergamo 1½ hours

Venice 2 hours

Treviso 2 hours

Brescia 40 minutes

Verona 20 minutes

Milan Malpensa over 3 hours

Milan Linate 2 hours


Driving times to the north of Lake Garda

Bergamo 2 hours

Venice 2½ hours

Treviso 2½ hours

Brescia 1 hour 20 minutes

Verona 1 hour

Milan Malpensa (west of the city) over 3 hours

Milan Linate 2½ hours