Albergo Orologio

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

via C. Beccaria, 17, Brescia, Lombardy, 25121, Italy
Albergo Orologio
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  • Families80
  • Couples79
  • Solo90
  • Business82

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Forum Posts

Transport from Brescia aiport to Garda town

by Sury

Please could somebody tell me how i can get from Brescia aiport to Garda town? I understand there is a shuttle bus that coincides with Ryanflights that goes to Brescia? Does anyone know the times of these? Can i then get a train from Brescia to Garda town? Roughly how much would this cost for a single?
Also are there buses from Pesceria del Garda to Garda? What are the timesof these? Thankyou!

RE: Transport from Brescia aiport to Garda town

by CliffClaven

I am sure that you would get the information, probably more quickly and certainly more accurately, if you checked the relevant websites yourself:

RE: RE: Transport from Brescia aiport to Garda town

by effeti

No trains in Garda town. Many of your questions are answered in my Torri del Benaco transportation tips:

RE: Transport from Brescia aiport to Garda town

by GiorgioVRitaly

From Brescia railway station you can take a train to Peschiera del Garda.
From Peschiera to Garda I didn't find a bus line on the official APTV timetable, since they have on line only the winter timetable.
But there are a taxi service in Peschiera and Garda is about 15/20 km from Peschiera.

Or you can arrive with the train in Verona railway station, 20 minutes from Peschiera, the same train, and take a regular bus to Garda (about 4 euros per person one way)


Travel Tips for Brescia


by Redang

At the exit (or before the main entrance) of the Castle, there is a bar which name I really don't know, but I bring it just to tell you that it has a very nice terrace and it's a good place fpr a drink or a snack after visiting the Castle. Great place to relax.

Castello di Brescia

by Redang

Built in the second half of the 15th century, this is one of the biggest castles in the north of Italy.

Inside the castle, there are two Museums;
- Museo Civico del Risorgimento
- Museo Civico delle Armi Antiche Luigi Marzoli
the visit of the Castle is free but not for the museums.

Apart from the Castle iself, it offers beautiful views of Brescia (see other tip).

- Main: Main entrance
- Second: Drawbridge (first half of the 14th century)
- Third: Prisoners' Tower (1.337-1.403)
- Fourtt: Mirabella Tower


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Address: via C. Beccaria, 17, Brescia, Lombardy, 25121, Italy