Palace Hotel Zingonia

Corso Europa, 2, Verdellino, Bergamo, 24040, Italy
Palace Hotel Zingonia
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Forum Posts

Airport to Verona

by Redang

Hi everyone!

Is it possible to go from the Airport to Verona by bus?, or I have to go to the railway station or city centre first to take a bus or train.



Re: Airport to Verona

by mccalpin

the airport's website (¤tMenu=2175) doesn't show a bus to Verona, only to Brescia...

almost certainly, you will have many more options taking the bus to the train station (Bergamo), then taking the train to Verona.

I haven't checked yet, but I am assuming that the direct train (well, one change) will be faster than going to Milan by bus then taking the train, but since Milan is such a major hub and there are higher speed trains from it, it may be worth checking....


Re: Airport to Verona

by cgf

you may better first going to Brescia instead
here the timetable
more trains to Verona and probably faster

Re: Airport to Verona

by Redang

Thanks so much!

Re: Airport to Verona

by microsensazione

By bus is an odyssey!

One choice is reach Bergamo railway station from Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport: about that search "ATB" on website "" (you will find a link on the left "Orioshuttle, click and bus!").
From Bergamo railway station you need to arrive in Verona by train (search your favourite time on
Remember to obliterate your train ticket to avoid nasty fines!

A second choice is rent a car in Bergamo Airport and take A4 highway (Venice direction) till Verona.

Travel Tips for Bergamo

Citta Bassa

by croisbeauty

The town of Bergamo is composed of two parts; Citta Bassa (the Low Town) which represents the modern part of the town situated in the plain of the river Po, and Citta Alta (the Upper Town) situated on the top of the hill representing the historic core of the town.

School trips

by irisbe

Especially on Whitsunday, in Belgian a catholic holiday, I expected everything to be closed in Italy as well.
But that was not the case. What I did notices where many groups of school kids visiting the city with their teachers. Bergamo seemed to be one of the favourite destinations for these school trips that were not only just for fun, but also to learn about the city. The kids had paper and pen with them and listening and taking notes when their teacher was pointing to a building or statue and give them explications.

I wonder which one of these kids might decide to go into tourism and will become a guide some day in this beautiful city `-)

Le scalette

by juzz

"Le scalette" means the stairway, you can find some of them to reach Città Alta from the lower town. In this tip I want you to discover the one which goes from the starting station of the lower cable tram (funicolare bassa) and reach San Giacomo Gate, from where you can go to Piazza vecchia.
Very close to the starting station you'll find some steps with an iron banister and it looks like it takes you in a privat house but it doesn't!
You'll walk in a narrow path sorrounded by the villa's gardens around. It's a very nice way to go to Città Alta

Have a look at the way on google maps: The map

and at a video I took with my mobilephone: The Video

Bus to Brescia

by sandysmith

In case you need to go to Brescia:BRESCIA - Stazione CIBA, Time table:
Monday to Sunday: 11:00 - 16:00
Fares: adult fare: € 7,50
reduced fare (2 - 12 years old): € 3,75
Company providing the service

top of san viglio

by montana32 about trattoria di castello

great restaurant at the top of the castle in san viglio
we went there on a sunday and it filled up in no time with milanese out for the weekend
the food was ok but the views were stunning
i had ravioli with walnuts but it came laced in double cream bit rich
but overall it was nice
the staff's english was as limited as my italian

p.s. went there in mid april 08 and it looked shut,maybe it just opens in the summer parma ham and melon,also mixed antipasta (pictured)


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