Walking Cremona, Italy
Cremona is a small, pretty, well-kept, bourgeois, mercantile city in the fertile Po Valley of Italy. There is no local wine region. There is no city university. There are no grandiose must-see sights. But what there is is just as appealing: music.
Cremona is well connected with neighbouring towns by an efficient rasil network. Cremona railway station, opened in 1863, is a terminus of six railway lines, all of which are regional (semi-fast) or local services.
Cremona to Milan: 1 hr
Cremona to Bologna: 1 hr 30 mins
Cremona to Genoa: 3 hrs 30 mins
By car from Milan, it's just off the A21 autostrada. Follow the signs to Cremona and just before you get to the center there's a large parking lot (free at the time of writing). It's a short walk into the center from either the train station or parking area. The closest airports are Milan Linate, Parma, and Bergamo.
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