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Bergamo - Venice

by vissoula

Hi all,
I had prebooked a flight from prague to venice but the prague-venice flight was cancelled. the only flight i can find is from prague - milan bergamo. How can I go from bergamo to venice ?
Is the best way taking the train from raileurope station? How far from bergamo is the train station?

Thanks a lot in advance!

Re: Bergamo - Venice

by gildapaolina

Train is probably the best option, because there is no direct bus to Venice from Orio al Serio airport.
At Bergamo airport, just take the ATB airport bus(http://www.atb.bergamo.it/airportbus/inglese/index_en.htm) which will take you right to Bergamo train station. Single ticket fare is 1.70 euros.
Reaching Venice by train you'll probably have to change in Brescia, see all timetables on www.trenitalia.com. Ticket price is about 25 euros.

Re: Bergamo - Venice

by effeti

Gil is right, but keep in mind:
1) there is no "raileurope" station. Raileurope is a reseller... Look at
http://www.ferroviedellostato.it/cms/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=3fdbe14114bc9110VgnVCM10000080a3e90aRCRD

They actually manage both the stations and the lines.

2) if one of the few runs to Brescia suits your arrival time (look here: http://www.sacbo.it/Editorial/newsCategoryViewProcess.jsp?editorialID=2656¤tMenu=2175 ) take that instead.
Taking the train from bergamo will have you changing the train in Brescia anyway.
From Brescia to Venice it's direct.

Ciao
Francesco

Re: Bergamo - Venice

by vissoula

Oh ok thanks for the information to both! Is there any difference then from taking the train to Brescia first and then to Venice or is it just time saving if we first find a train to brescia?

Can i buy a train ticket once arriving at bergamo or would that be risky in case of being fully booked? I'm thinking that in case of flight delay if i prebook the ticket i may not have enough time to catch the train...

Thanks again a lot for our help!

Re: Bergamo - Venice

by effeti

If you go direct to Brescia you split your jouney in 2, instead of in 3.

you can just buy your ticket when arriving at the statiom. Counter, or even betetr from automatic machine. really easy and effective.
Ciao

Re: Bergamo - Venice

by vissoula

Thank you very much for all your help ! Now i have hope on reaching venice someday ! :)

Travel Tips for Bergamo

Always misty in the mountains

by irisbe

The few times we had the chance to go up a high level and get a panoramic view over the lower city or the surrounding mountains, we didn’t realised that we have been lucky we had such a clear view.
As Titti pointed out on one of our meetings “It is lways a bit misty among the hills”.

The day we climbed the tower of the Campanone, we saw bad weather coming up from the Alps. Mist and dark clouds slowly moved in our direction. Indeed a few hours later we had hale but lucky it didn’t lasted long.
After the sky cleared up again.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ After rain comes sunshine!

Wander around Citta Alta

by hojasdehierba

Of course you must visit Via Colleoni, and the Piazza Vechia in Bergamo Alta. But perhaps the better advice I can give you is that you wander around and you will be able to discover a lot of delicious villas, most of them almost hidden for a hurried tourist. This one in the photo is near one of the main entrances of Bergamo walls.
Desde luego que debeis visitar la Via Colleoni y la Piazza Vechia en Bergamo Alta. Pero quizas el mejor consejo que os puedo dar es que vagabundeeis un poco y podreis descubrir muchas villas deliciosas, la mayoría casi escondidas para los ojos de un turista apresurado. Esta de la foto está cerca de una de las entradas principales de la muralla de Bergamo.

Airport Bus

by suvanki

Atb ( Azienda Trasporti Bergamo) bus number 1 (Aerporto) leaves Orio al Serio airport every 30 minutes. It takes about 10-15 minutes to reach Bergamos train station, before continuing into the lower town (Bergamo Bassa) and the Porta Nuova area, the Funicolare station (The Funicular that links the lower and Upper (Citta Alta) towns, and then to the upper town.

Tickets can be purchased from the airport, the bus station and ticket machines. These must be validated on the bus. Tickets aren't sold on the bus

I purchased a ticket to take me to the Funicolare, as this was near to my hostel. It cost me 1 euro and was valid for 90 minutes. I understand that this includes a trip on the funicular if taken within the time span.

I later purchased a 3 day ticket for 5 Euros, which gave unlimited use of all the buses, the funiculars and the airport bus.

The buses run 0600 - midnight.

GREAT CHEESE PASTA

by iris2002 about Ristorante Pizzeria Da Mimmo

In order to get a good dish it's important to start from the search of the best raw materials. All the typical and biological products we chose, have their own story to tell and they represent the land they grew on. They are united by traditional values, by the fantasy in taste and by the clearness of the processing. Homemade pasta, bread cooked in wooden ovens,cakes prepared by our own pastry cook, and a particular capabily for preparing seafood from the Mediterranean or Adriatic sea...all these elements are the synthesis of our special way of cooking.

Irish beer

by Turska about the Tucans

We do love Italian wine,but Italian beer is too tastless.So when we were coming down from Citta alta squere,and going to funicular(at citta alta end),we walked by Irish pub-so we had to pop in for a one Guinness,wich we"fell in love"in Dublin.At Finland Guinness is quite expensive,so this was even cheap for us.It was under 5euros,and real pint-size,not 5dl as in Finland mostly.We just paid 4,50e for glass of it in Finland!

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