Car Hire Como Railway Station-Ple San Gottardo

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Como Railway Station-Ple San Gottardo

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Mo-Fr 0900-1300 1400-1800
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Piazzale San Gottardo, 22100

Telephone: +39 031 262770

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Hertz at Como Railway Station-Ple San Gottardo

Como's San Giovanni railway station is the city's main rail hub. The modern station serves as both a stop on the main Milan to Switzerland line and as a terminus on the branch line to Lecco. It's the last Italian stop on the mainline before the Swiss border so it's often a point of entry into the country. If you pick up a hire car at Como Railway Station you'll find it's in a quiet leafy spot on the western fringes of Como. The main Via Innocenzo XI road leads just past the station access road, so the lakefront and old city centre are only a few minutes away.

Visitors who collect a hire car at San Giovanni Station in Como have the option of visiting this beautiful old cathedral city or exploring the surrounding area, which is considered one of the most scenic in Europe. The city itself has an attractive waterfront with views across Lake Como and atmospheric narrow streets leading back into the old quarter, which is dominated by the grand Duomo cathedral. Roads lead off along either lakeshore, with distracting panoramas of villas, lakes and mountains. The must-see highlight of the area is the impossibly picturesque village of Bellagio, with winding cobbled alleys and gardens tumbling down to the water's edge.