Bella Italia Camping

Via Bella Italia, 2, Peschiera del Garda, Verona, 37019, Italy

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trains from Milan airports to Peschiera Lake Garda

by bmurphy

Hi traveelinng to Bella italia campsite in July for 9 nights, can't really decide if hiring a car would be useful. Initially need to know trains from Milan Linate to Peschiera and return journey to Malpensa airport. How often they run and cost, Cheers

Re: trains from Milan airports to Peschiera Lake Garda

by rkearns

hmm. well i found this on about.com

Transportation to and from Lake Garda:
There are train stations in Desenzano and Peschiera del Garda in the south. In the north the closest station to the lake is in Rovereto, east of Riva del Garda. The closest airports are in Verona and Brescia. The closest large airport is Milan Malpensa. See Italy Airports Map. The A4 autostrada between Milan and Venice runs south of the lake. Along the east is the A22, Brennero to Modena autostrada.
Lake Garda Transportation - Getting Around the Lake:
Lake Garda is well served by hydrofoils, catamarans, and ferries, especially during summer. Car ferries between the western and eastern shores run between Toscolano Maderno and Torri del Banaco and between Limone and Malcesine. Public buses run all around the lake.

here is where you find the prices and time tables
http://www.ferroviedellostato.it/

here's another helpful website about the area
http://www.italyheaven.co.uk/lakegarda.html

Re: trains from Milan airports to Peschiera Lake Garda

by rkearns

it looks like it's 18,40 euros 2nd class one way.

Re: trains from Milan airports to Peschiera Lake Garda

by effeti

None of the Milan airports (Linate and Malpensa) have a direct rail link to the Trenitalia Milano centrale station, that you need to reach to a very convenient train connection to Peschiera: both have shuttle bus to it ( faster from Linate, that is the closer of the two to the Centrale station).
Not that it's terrible to do (if your luggages are manageable) but of course a car would be easier IF you are going to rent it anyway.
If not, time for paper, returning the car and higher costs... mmmm i would say better bus+train+short taxi ride from peschiera Staion to bella Italia Camp (non more than 3 kms).
Hope this helps.
Ciao
Francesco

Re: trains from Milan airports to Peschiera Lake Garda

by zacchio

without doing a deep researc, I can tell you that fto Milano to Desenzano are more or less 150 km.
railroad is "milano venezia" which is ine of the bigger number or trains each day.
a small probel is that Milano Lambrate and Desenzano or Peschiera are secondary station, so you need to take a slower train to reach any of that place.
My experience tell me:
first leg a cuple of our (from Milano Linate to Desenzano or Peschiera),
and second leg a lot more becouse you have to reach Milano Centrale, from there take the undergroud (metro) till "Garibaldi station" and from there you get the "Malpensa express" to the airport. you can spend 3/4 hours or more to do that.
For exact timing look at trenitalia web site.

Travel Tips for Verona

Again, See the arena and...

by sargentjeff

Again, See the arena and juliet's casa. It's not the grande scale of Rome, nor does it attempt to be, but It is a unique place with plenty of nice shopping too Taking my honey to Juliet's house.

some good info for your visit.

There are american's living there as part of the military. This website may help anyone visiting
http://www.22asg.vicenza.army.mil
http://www.22asg.vicenza.army.mil/Verona/

Panoramic view of the city

by croisbeauty

This picture shows the magnificient bridge of Ponte Pietra, the only one that remains from the Roman times of the town. Ponte Pietra dates from the Pre-Augustan period, and has five beautiful arches. At the end of the bridge stands the tall watch tower by Alberto della Scala.
Right in behind you can see Il Duomo, the Cathedral of Verona and its imposing campanile.

Piazza Bra - Arena

by croisbeauty

This is the corridor for the spectators, situated right above the main corridor of the Amphitheatre. There are many entrances towards the terraces and this kind of experience was applicable to the most of the football stadiums built in modern times.

Verona logo

by Sjalen

The Verona coulours are funnily enough the Swedish ones and even look the same as the Swedish flag with its yellow cross! Just with a slightly different shade of blue. As for other symbols, the four arches of the Arena left standing after the earthquake some centuries ago are on many letterheads and receipts...

Santuario della Madonna di Lourdes

by reenby

Take a taxi up to this church which hovers over Verona. The church itself is pretty but very modern. However the views down to Verona are perfect.

Once you have your fill of the view, walk down through the gardens and little pathways all the way back to the river. Cross the Ponte Pietra, through the archway and wander through an old part of the town not really discovered by the tourists yet. Stop for a coffee along the river, and eventually you will find your way back to Piazza Erbe.

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