How to get there

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By plane

The city of Cremona is accessible from the airports of Milan (Linate, Malpensa Terminal 1 and 2) and Bergamo (Orio al Serio).

Airport Milano Linate (80 Km)

Milano Linate is located just 7 km from the Milan city Centre. It’s easy to reach the Central Station by bus. Check timetable here.


Airport Bergamo Orio al Serio (75 Km)

The best for most of the low cost European airline companies. A shuttle bus to Milano Central Railway Station about every 30 minutes. More info here. From Milan to Cremona by train. Check Timetables at


Airport Milano Malpensa (152 Km)
Malpensa Express connects Malpensa intercontinental hub (Terminal 1, underground floor) and the center of Milan. Check the timetable here.

By train

Cremona Train Station. Check

By car

Lombardy is easy to get by car, motorbike and campervan, due to an important road network. Cremona is located on the A21, with two exits, Cremona and Castelvetro piacentino, respectively from North and South.

Here is the network of motorways
A1: to drive from Milan to Naples via Bologna, Florence, Rome.
A4: to drive from Turin to Trieste via Milan, Bergamo and Brescia.
A7: to drive from to Genoa via Pavia and Voghera.
A8: to drive from Milan to Varese.
A9: to drive from Lainate to Ponte Chiasso and Switzerland, passing through Como.
A21: to drive from Turin to Brescia via Voghera, Piacenza and Cremona.
A22: to drive from Modena to the Brenner pass via Mantova.



Besides the hotels and apartments located in the town, the University of Pavia has the most extensive Colleges and Residence Hall system in Italy, where it is possible to apply for a room. Please consult this website: