The region around Lake Garda in Northern Italy is among Europe's most beautiful holiday destinations. With ÖBB Sparschiene, you can travel to Rovereto or Verona for as little as 29 euros. From there, you can quickly reach the most beautiful places around the lake.

Travel overnight from Vienna

The ÖBB night train takes you daily from Vienna, Leoben and Klagenfurt directly to Verona, Peschiera and Desenzano del Garda. With ÖBB Sparschiene Europa, you can travel to Lake Garda's southern shore for as little as 29 euros. Tickets for children under the age of 15 cost as little as 9 euros. Discounts are available for groups of 6 persons or more. Between Vienna and Verona, we can also take your car or motorcycle along.

Travel during the day from Tyrol

The DB-ÖBB Eurocity trains operate 5 times a day from Munich directly to Rovereto and Verona via Kufstein and Innsbruck. ÖBB Sparschiene Europa tickets from Innsbruck to Lake Garda are available for as little as 29 euros. Families save twice: own children or grandchildren under the age of 15 travel along for free. From Rovereto onwards, there are good bus connections to many towns along the lake - for example to Riva del Garda, and from there onwards to Malcesine.

How to get your ticket

You can get your Sparschiene ticket from the ÖBB customer service at +43 (0)5 1717, at the ÖBB ticket counters or from travel agencies selling train tickets. The offer is limited - it is therefore advisable to book your ticket well ahead of time.


To Lake Garda by rail and bus
During the summer, the ATV express buses take you daily from Verona train station to the lakeside resorts along Lake Garda's southern shore. The most popular resorts include Lazise, Cisano, Bardolino and Garda.