Bangalore or Bengaluru is a major metropolitan area in India. The city is well connected with international and domestic destinations by air, rail, and road. Below are the different modes of travel for those wondering how to reach Italy from Bangalore.
By Air: Located about 40 kilometers north of Bangalore, Kempegowda International Airport (BLR) is a major airport in South India, along with the airport in Chennai. At the moment, there are no direct flights between Bangalore and any destination in Italy. However, there are a few airlines like Kuwait Airways, Turkish Airlines, Air France, Air India, and KLM that provide regular flights between Bangalore and Rome. It takes about 12 to 18 hours depending on layover time on a particular connecting flight. Most flights make a stop in Delhi, Mumbai, Istanbul, or Kuwait before reaching Italy from Bangalore.
By Rail: There is no rail connectivity between Bangalore and Italy. Travelers from Bangalore prefer to board a flight to reach a destination in Italy. After reaching in Rome, travelers can visit nearby places or cities via train. There are multiple reliable trains available between cities like Rome, Florence, Pisa, Milan, Venice, and Naples.
By Road: All roads lead to Rome but, it’s probably best not to take them if it takes weeks to get there. For obvious reasons, traveling by road from Bangalore to Italy is not the most popular mode of travel. It is advisable to take flights to and from Italy for saving time and travel costs.