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FROM MENAGGIO TO RIVA DEL GARDA

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1. Posted by renatolaza (Budding Member 23 posts) 7y

hello
does anyone know whats the most convenient way to go from Menaggio in Lombardia to Riva del Garda
l just took a train from Malpensa to Como and it was very fast and clean
today I took the bus from Menaggio to Lugano and it was also very nice and the views breathtaking.
Should I continue by train or bus?

2. Posted by bwiiian (Travel Guru 768 posts) 7y

I dont know, but I just wanted to say that I LOVE Menaggio. it is stunning.

3. Posted by bentivogli (Travel Guru 2398 posts) 7y

Good luck if you want to do this by public transport. The easiest way is probably to go to Chiassò or Como, and take a train from there to Riva. I very much doubt whether there would be a more direct connection, but I'd love to hear about it if you find one.

4. Posted by renatolaza (Budding Member 23 posts) 7y

nope you were right
l had to go to Milano and since l was there l decided to go to Croatia instead I know tiny detour
so took the train from Milano centrale to Trieste and from there arrived in Riejk today
funny thing they didnt stamp my passport when crossing the border into Croatia
hope l dont have any trouble when l cross via ferry into Rimini
Menaggio was a beautiful place but very difficult for outsiders who want to settle there, and by outsiders l mean even someone from Milano
l was adviced by a nice american lady who lives there to try my luck out in Cernobbio
Closer to Switzerland which is gorgeous by the way, Lugano seemed small but very elegant and the people go out of their way to be friendly, even the ones that look the most stuck up.
I mean Lonate Pozzolo which is the closest thing to a home town to they almost hit me for not having the exact change at the supermarket, how dare l not have ten cents
now lm in Reijek and everybody speaks Italian and English because they learn them in school
so comunication here is no trouble.
oh and they have wi fi conection, unlike in Italy which a precious commodity