The nearest airports to Cremona are: Milan Linate and Orio al Serio International Airport (Bergamo), Brescia Montichiari Airport, Catullo di Verona. About a couple of hours away there also are Milan Malpensa and Bologna Marconi Airport, that both ensure frequent national and international connections.
The train station is served by the national railway company, Trenitalia. Close to two strategic hubs, Piacenza and Milano, Cremona is easily reachable.
Lombardy is easy to get by car, motorbike and campervan, due to an important road network. Cremona is located on the A21, with two exits, Cremona and Castelvetro piacentino, respectively from North and South.
Here is the network of motorways
A1: to drive from Milan to Naples via Bologna, Florence, Rome.
A4: to drive from Turin to Trieste via Milan, Bergamo and Brescia.
A7: to drive from to Genoa via Pavia and Voghera.
A8: to drive from Milan to Varese.
A9: to drive from Lainate to Ponte Chiasso and Switzerland, passing through Como.
A21: to drive from Turin to Brescia via Voghera, Piacenza and Cremona.
A22: to drive from Modena to the Brenner pass via Mantova.
KM manages local public transport services in Cremona and in the south-eastern zone of the province. The goal of the company is to offer a safe and efficient trasnport service to the passengers, increasing the efficience of the structures and decreasing the environmental impact.