My husband is partly disabled and uses a Segway for mobility. He can easily navigate ramps, narrow streets, small curbs, and cobblestones, but not major flights of stairs. I am contemplating a trip to Lake Como (Lenno) by train from Malpensa, changing trains in Saronno as recommended by many Fodorites, but I need information on the underground passage there. Is there disabled access to that passage by ramp or elevator, or any way other than stairs to get from one train platform to the other? Many thanks.
Disabled access at Saronno train station?
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