Hotel Brennero

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Del Ponte, 4, Verona, 37025, Italy
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Costs 43% less but rated 12% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

a trivial question - Bergamo to Verona!

by Karkade

Hi everyone!
I am coming to Italy for the first time and arriving at Bergamo aeroport.
I have to go to Verona and I know there's a train through Rovato.
My question is, are there special rates fro students and what are the regular fairs? I didn't find it on the net.
I will have 3 hours in Bergamo, what could I see?

Thank you!!
Anna

Re: a trivial question - Bergamo to Verona!

by effeti

Well, the high town of Bergamo is a good place where to spend your time... even i i don't understand why you have 3 hours..
Anyway, from the airport, shuttle bus to Bergamo. From there, train to Verona (http://www.ferroviedellostato.it/cms/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=3fdbe14114bc9110VgnVCM10000080a3e90aRCRD)

But there is no direct train, and you have to change in Brescia. So, it could be easier to take a shuttle bus to Brescia, but they are few (see the Orio Al Serio Bergamo site for timetables)

Where are you from, Anna? You don't say it in your profile.. and that could help to help you... Are you entitled of a discount fare? It may depend..

Anyway, search a train (put in a date closer than 60 days), choose you trains solution an click buy to have a regular fare: they are quite reasonable.

Ciao
Francesco

Re: a trivial question - Bergamo to Verona!

by mccalpin

Trains for Brescia or Rovato (both are given as connections by Trenitalia to Verona) leave about once an hour...except for a 3 hour window in the morning from 09:07 to 12:07...perhaps this is the 3 hours that Anna is talking about - that she are arriving in Bergamo about 9:00 a.m. and can't see a train leaving until noon.

Anna, were you looking at the www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html site that Francesco referred to? If you look at www.raileurope.com or other websites, it doesn't show all trains, so I want to make sure that you are looking at the best website.

As for special fares, Italy has just about the cheapest rail fares in Western Europe anyway, so in compensation, it doesn't have a lot of discounts...and the discounts that there are, are for Italian residents only.

For example, if you take a train solution that consists of two regional trains which connect in Rovato, the 2nd class one way is only 6.75 euro...hardly worth looking for a discount off of this fare. Note that different trip solutions will have different fares, based on the type of trains that are used - the faster trains are more expensive.

Take Francesco's advice and plan your trip in Trenitalia for the same day of the week as your expected itinerary in the next week or so (certainly within 60 days, after which point the schedules become unreliable), and you should be able to see pricing by clicking on the shopping cart icon (under "Buy"). You won't actually have to buy anything, but you will get to see pricing. Look at the transportation Tips on my Italy page for tips on how to use the Trenitalia website.

Ciao', Francesco! Ti porti bene?

Bill

Re: a trivial question - Bergamo to Verona!

by Paisleypaul

Bergamo is worth a visit and as effeti says a ride up the funiculare to the Citta Alta is the pick, but maybe Bergamo could be done justice another time? You may be better served by getting the shuttle from Bergamo to Verona Brescia and the city centre from there - check out
http://www.shuttledirect.com/en/airport/VBS

Travel Tips for Verona

Visit Casa di Guilietta...

by josie13

Visit Casa di Guilietta (Juliet's house). I signed my name on the wall outside of Juliet's house, pretended to call my Romeo from the famous balcony and tasted the dolci known as Baci di Romeo / Baci di Guilietta. Find a local confectionary and ask for these delicous treats.

Another worth-visiting place...

by Malecka

Another worth-visiting place is the Cathedral. It was constructed in the 12th century, on the basis of an old church dating from Early medieval times. It was later (15th and 16th cent) transformed and made wider. The interior is in gothic style.
If you start your walk from the Hostel (which you’ll probably do if you’re the back-packer kind of a traveller, then you’d pass through Ponte Pietra, a roman bridge. It was first constructed in the first half of the 1 Century BC. During the second World War it was destroyed and then later reconstructed using part of the original material. Sitting on the steps that lead down to the river, watching the Sunset and the golden glow over Verona. Breathtaking!!!

Riverside Walk

by sandysmith

The Rvier Adige flows around Verona. During a riverside walk to San Zeno Church with my travel comapnion and Chiara we had this lovely view of the River Adige and the beautiful 3 arched Scaligero Bridge in the distance. The trees by the river provided some welcome shade.

Language

by Marpessa

When traveling in a country where english is not the main language I try to make an effort to speak the local language. Italian is a beautiful language and it isn't very hard to pick up the basics. I got a phrase book and a CD, which I put on my i-Pod, to help me learn some phrases. And while I was shy about trying to speak the language at first, by the end of my 2 weeks there I was ordering meals and ice-cream (gelato) all in Italian!

So here are some helpful phrases to get you started!

Hello/Goodbye (informal): Ciao
Good Morning: Buongiorno
Good Afternoon/Evening: Buonasera
Good Night: Buonanotte
Yes/No: Si/No
Please: per favore
Thank you: grazie
That's fine: Va bene
How Are You?: Come sta?
Open/Closed: aperto/chiuso
Entrance/Exit: entrata/uscita
Where is...?: Dov'e...?

and...
I didn't understand: non ho capito
Do you speak English?: Parla Inglese?

Opera season in Arena

by croisbeauty

It is much different watching opera performance in Opera House then here in Arena under the open sky. The stage in arena is huge and interiors have exeptional acustic. Besides, there are approx, 30000 visitors of the show.
The following performance is already in the final preparations, see the requisites in front of arena.

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