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I need to get to Piazza Duoma in Brescia but I am arriving to the main train station in Verona and have no car - what are the public transport options for getting to Brescia this way?
and I am also travelling from Milan to Verona main train station, starting at Milan airport. please give any advice on how to achieve this?
Re: Piazza Duoma
Well, the easiest way to get from Milan to Brescia would be to not go to Verona at all(!). I suspect that every train that runs between Milan and Verona stops at Brescia, so continuing on to Verona makes no sense, unless you have some other business in Verona.
Look at www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html for trip solutions by rail. Put in Milan and Brescia, and you will see many, many trains a day of all types - slower are generally cheaper.
To get to the train station in Milan from the airport (which airport? Malpensa or Linate?), look at www.sea-aeroportimilano.it/en/ for information for both airports...but it will be a bus from Malpensa for sure...
Re: Piazza Duoma
P.S. it's "Piazza del Duomo", "duomo" being the Italian word for "cathedral"...
Travel Tips for Brescia
The temple of Capitolium stands at the north end of the Roman Forum, of which remains of porticoes can be seen in the square, beside a stretch of the paved "decumanus maximus".
On the right of the temple are the neglected remains of a Roman amphitheatre. By the time of my visit to Brescia, it was closed and under major reconstruction works.
Santa Giulia/Museo della Città
Santa Giulia is an old Lombard monastery, and it hosts the City Museum. It is an outstanding complex of different buildings at the foot of the Castle, built along the ancient Roman main street Via Musei.
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