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Transportation in Lombardy

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I'm planning to stay in Lombardy for 8 days with my family (me, my wife and our children of 6 and 3). We do not want to rent a car and are thus finding information about public transport. Maybe someone has more knowledge on this topic.

First. What would cost a weekly bus pass for the region of Lake Como - which includes trips within Como, funicolare to Brunate, trips from Como to Bellagio and back, from Menaggio to Lugano in Switzerland (would that pass include that line which goes to another country) and etc. Is there a reduced price for children?

Second. There's that "Io viaggio in Lombardia", which seems good too. Does it really include all that - busses in the city of Como and around lake Como and to Lugano (as mentioned earlier), funicolare to Brunate, train from Como to Milan, train from Como to Bergamo, busses/subway in Milan, busses/funicolare in Bergamo, airport bus in Bergamo? I could only find the site in Italian (http://goo.gl/m2s1N), so I am not certain in all of that.

Thank you in advance!

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