Cologne railway station is in Lombardy and serves the town of Cologne, in the province of Brescia. It is located along the railway line that connects Brescia with Lecco. The station first opened in 1909.
Cologne station has two railway tracks, used by regional trains operated by Trenitalia, and bound for Lecco, Vercurago, San Girolamo, Cisano, Caprino Bergamasco, Mapello, Seriate and Bergamo, with an average of one train every twenty minutes.
The building that houses Cologne station is not accessible to passengers with reduced mobility but the station has toilets, ticket machines and a waiting room. Parking, as well as a bus stop, can be found in front of the building.
Stop off at Cologne station to see the Monument on Monte Orfano, and the old town centre and its Saint Gervasio and Protasio Church, which dates back to 1700.
|Duration||First and last train||Trains per day|
|To London||15h 37m||5:20 – 21:40||6|
|To Paris||10h 18m||5:20 – 21:40||14|
|To Brussels||12h 46m||5:20 – 21:40||18|
|To Amsterdam||14h 07m||5:20 – 21:40||31|
|To Berlin||13h 12m||6:58 – 21:40||12|
|To Vienna Hbf||10h 12m||6:58 – 21:40||11|