Arrival by bus or train to Lake Garda
You can reach Lake Garda quite quickly and very comfortably by train and no matter which direction you are coming from, you can also easily reach the Riviera dei Limoni.
From the north, you simply travel to Rovereto. The Rovereto and Verona Porta Nuova train stations offer a regular bus transfer to Lake Garda. Information about this shuttle service is on the website of the Verona bus company www.atv.verona.it.
Bus or Coach
You can reach Lake Garda inexpensively by long-distance bus. The buses provide all the comforts: free internet, guaranteed seats, 3 pieces of luggage included, power connections, snacks and soft drinks are just some of the benefits. You can book a seat here.
If you want to save money and time, you can use the night train of DB, ÖBB and SBB. You can book the night train via DB's service telephone +49 01805-141514, Trenitalia call centre +39 06 68475475 (outside of Italy) or 89 20 21 locally, and of course at all DB, ÖBB and SBB points of sale. Booking via the Internet brings additional price advantages.
You can transport your bike at a surcharge on many long-distance trains. For example, Deutsche Bahn offers direct train services with bicycle transport to Italy. For this purpose, purchase an international ticket in Germany. Even those who have to change trains in Germany get a ticket for their bike, which is valid up to the Italian destination station. Cyclist hotline for the DB: +49 180 6 99 66 33.
Travel by bus to Lake Garda
An alternative to travelling by car is a comfortable bus trip to Lake Garda. There are regular bus connections to Verona and Brescia from several German and Italian cities.