The Lake Como Greenway is a 10-km-long hike which allows tourists to discover one of the most enchanting areas surrounding Lake Como, passing through the towns of Colonno, Sala Comacina, Tremezzina and Griante.
You can walk the whole trail in about three and a half hours or you can choose to walk only a stretch of the Greenway.
Public car parks, bus stops and Lake Como ferry stops can be found along the whole trail.
Here you can learn more about the characteristics of the hike and how to reach the Lake Como Greenway by car or with public transport.
How to get here
Driving directions and public transport informations about how to get to the Lake Como Greenway
From Milano / Como (Italy)
Follow the motorway A9 for Como-Chiasso. Take the exit Lago di Como (last exit in Italy, before entering Switzerland).
At the roundabout, follow the sign for Menaggio and take the Strada Statale SS340.
From upper lake Como / Switzerland
Follow the Strada Statale SS340 toward Como.
By Public Transports
There is a bus system operating from Como city to the western lake shores. Line C10 runs between Como and Colico (passing through Tremezzina).
View the bus stops on the map →
ASF Autolinee – Bus schedules and Routes →
Trains cover the easternmost shore of Lake Como. To get to Central Lake Area you can take the Trenitalia line from Milan to Sondrio, stop at Varenna and take the boat to Lenno.
Trenitalia – Book your ticket →
Or you can get to Como by train from Milan or from Switzerland and then take a bus or a boat to the Lake Como Greenway.
A great way to explore the lake area is by boat.
There are three types of boats: slow boat (battello), great for leisurely travellers and for taking photos from the outside deck; rapid-service by hydrofoil (aliscafo); and car ferry (traghetto) service in the central lake area, which also takes pedestrian passengers.
Navigazione Lago di Como – Ferry and Boats Schedules and Routes →
Find useful information to plan your walk
Ends at start point (loop)
Elevation gain uphill
Elevation gain downhill
Find out if the Lake Como Greenway fits your accessibility needs