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Best way to get from Milan Malpensa to Bellagio

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Hi, I would appreciate advice on the faster and hassle free way to get from Milan Malpensa airport to Bellagio. I prefer to go by train. From reading past thread of years ago, I cannot decide on whether to do by train:
Malpensa - Saronno - Como then ferry to Bellagio, OR,
Malpensa - Milan Centrale - Varenna then ferry to Bellagio.
We will be 2 adults and a 3 year old child. And we'll be getting off a 22 hour flight from Australia. Yes, we'll tough it out, but would help to have a sure way of getting to Bellagio with minimum hassle, on a Friday morning in late June (2012). We will be arriving into Malpensa airport at 7am.
I guess a private car/taxi is another option, but from what I hear, the roads close to Bellagio are rather narrow and treacherous, so that gives me the creeps - plus have to have a child seat installed in the car - not sure if they have this option in taxis. Therefore, train is the preferred travel option. I would greatly appreciate advice! Thanks in advance

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