Bed and Breakfast Villa Beatrice

Bonuzzo S Anna 18, Verona, 37128, Italy
Bed and Breakfast Villa Beatrice
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Dante's statueDante's statue

Madonna Verona Fountain and Torre LambertiMadonna Verona Fountain and Torre Lamberti

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Verona to Venice by train

by haryt

Hi all, thanks in advance...
Just checking how frequent (and expensive) the train service is from Verona to Venice in September?
I want to take a day trip to Venice during this time (how early do the trains run to Venice and how late coming back to Verona)
I've also heard that Venice is very expensive, any recommendations for well priced good food? :)

Re: Verona to Venice by train

by leics

http://www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html

will give you train times and fares in English.

The September dates won't be up yet, but won't be much different to any earlier date you choose (make sure it's the ame day as the one on which you want to travel).

Journey time is 1-2 hours, depending on train, standard second-class one-way fare 11.50 euro.

Trains run from 04:40 to 22:51, so you won't have any difficulty with a daytrip.

Venice is quite expensive in comparison with other Italian cities, but if you get away from the main touristy sights/areas you should be able to find places which serve good food at reasonable prices. Try looking in Canareggio, or Dorsoduro (around Campo S Margharita is good, near the university so lots of students eat there).

Travel Tips for Verona

Limited traffic zone

by Nemorino

The historical center of Verona is closed to most automobile traffic much of the time, which makes it pleasant for pedestrians and cyclists.

People who live in this area are allowed to drive in, as are hotel guests, so you will encounter some cars, but overall there is much less traffic here than in other parts of the city.

Second photo: A cyclist at Piazza Bra, in front of the Arena, which is included in the Limited Traffic Zone.

Third, fourth and fifth photos: Cyclists in Corso Porta Borsari, a street which is also included in the Limited Traffic Zone.

http://www.comune.verona.it

Verona City walls

by sandysmith

Verona's historic centre is surrounded by walls (10km in length) erected on the orders of Scaligeri family. The walls are a relatively unknown feature of the city and in some parts are still incredibly well conserved. Little remains of the double walls built by the Romans (only a little segment along the actual via Diaz and a piece of wall of the Mura di Gallieno near the Arena), the communal walls between Castelvecchio and Ponte Aleardi, which were rebuilt after the inundation in 1239, are still in a perfect state of conservation. This arched entrance into Piazza Bra is called: Portoni della Bra and at the side is a pentagonal tower.

Heading into the centre from...

by steventilly

Heading into the centre from the railway station, you pass through Piazza Bra - one of Verona's largest squares. It's bordered on one edge by the mighty Arena, another side is lined with a multitude of Cafes, a small park sits in the centre and the battlemented city walls form another of it's edges. It's a good introduction to what Verona has to offer.

Juliet's house.

by Maurizioago

It is not certain that this palace was Juliet's house, nor that Juliet and Romeo really existed.

This building dates back to the XIII century and was restored in the XX century.

There is a big statue representing Juliet in the courtyard of this house. They say you will have good luck in love if you rub its right breast.

Juliet's house is located in Via Cappello, 23; not far from Piazza delle Erbe.

Booktip for Verona

by miedje

Ok, this booktip is very obvious, but still a good one to take with you: Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The city is full of it, so it would be a good oppurtunity to read of reread this wonderful play!

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Address: Bonuzzo S Anna 18, Verona, 37128, Italy