La Bussola

Via Osoppo 5, Verona, 37124, Italy
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Verona to Venice by Car

by DaveSamaroo

Hi again: I'll be in Venice this month. How long will it take to drive from Venice to Verona by car? Do car rental companies in Italy have cars with navigation systems that give you turn by turn navigations? Is it a pretty straightforward drive for a 1st time driver (with no passengers to help)in Italy (especially within the cities themselves) or will it be difficult to drive by myself? Grazie

Re: Verona to Venice by Car

by Redang

1. maybe the cars have GPS, ask them. But ask them too if it's in english or just italian, but it musn't be difficult anyway.

2. Consider the possibilty to go by train /www.trenitalia.it), maybe it is much cheaper, let alone if you go without anybody else because you have to rent a car, drive on your own and once in Verona, you have to find a parking for, let's say, 6 hours?

3. Have a look at http://www.viamichelin.com/viamichelin/int/dyn/controller/Itineraires?strStartCityCountry=612&strStartAddress=&strStartMerged=venice&strDestCityCountry=612&strDestAddress=&strDestMerged=verona&choiceType=1&ie=UTF-8&x=47&y=9

Re: Verona to Venice by Car

by Redang

1. maybe the cars have GPS, ask them. But ask them too if it's in english or just italian, but it musn't be difficult anyway.

2. Consider the possibilty to go by train /www.trenitalia.it), maybe it is much cheaper, let alone if you go without anybody else because you have to rent a car, drive on your own and once in Verona, you have to find a parking for, let's say, 6 hours?

3. Have a look at http://www.viamichelin.com/viamichelin/int/dyn/controller/Itineraires?strStartCityCountry=612&strStartAddress=&strStartMerged=venice&strDestCityCountry=612&strDestAddress=&strDestMerged=verona&choiceType=1&ie=UTF-8&x=47&y=9

Re: Verona to Venice by Car

by effeti

Venice - Verona is quite easy. If you take the car at Piazzale Roma (Venice itself) you drive along the bridge to mainland, and then follow the green signs to Autostrada A4 towards Milan.

If you exit at VERONA SUD, take the direction of center (you enter a little tunnel) and then the center is ..... always straigth forward. Just decide where you wanna park during the opera (parking Arena - see my Verona tip -) may be the most obvious solution.

Ciao
Francesco

Re: Verona to Venice by Car

by kathymof

Dave - excellent solution to getiing back and forth between Venice and Verona at the hours you will be traveling.

Re: Verona to Venice by Car

by rubbersoul75

As Francesco says, this is very straightforward.

I don't see where anyone estimated the time. It's about 1hr 45 minutes. (75 miles, 125 km)

Re: Verona to Venice by Car

by effeti

At worst... probably less

Re: Verona to Venice by Car

by Maryimelda

I've done it in reverse and it took about an hour and tweny minutes. As Francesco says, it is very easy and very well marked. Just your usual road map will be sufficient and follow the signs. It's a really simple trip when compared to some of the trips you can do in Europe. It's also a lovely trip, but would you expect anything less, this is Italy we are talking about after all. Enjoy!

Travel Tips for Verona

My best football related moment in Verona

by Calcio

Except for the fantastic sandwich you can read about above my best moment in Verona is from 2002/03. I was going to Chievo-Milan, and my newspaper had made me an accreditation for the game. Or so I and the newspaper thought…
Chievo didn’t thought so, and said that they hadn’t received a fax from my newspaper. As usual in Italy… The press-boss’ cousin probably needed a ticket in the morning, so he gave it away to him instead…
For me, I had to run around the stadium to try to find one of last tickets that was on sale. The first hour I was without luck, all the ticket-offices were closed. But when I was on my way to give up, 40 minutes before kick off, I finally found one that was open, and still had tickets for sale.
Unfortunately only child-tickets… I took a chance and took my place in the line. When it was my turn I asked in bad Italian if they only had child-tickets left, and when the lady answered “how old are you?” I quickly said “16”.
Two seconds later, I, 25 years old, had a child-ticket in my hand… Didn’t know if I should take that as a compliment, or if I should be offended cause she thought I really looked like 16. But I got in to the game, and who gives a … about ages then…?

Visit the Arena, it's huge,...

by Zlur

Visit the Arena, it's huge, it's impressive and it's one of the oldest historical buildings in Verona, where lots has happened from years years ago such as Gladiator fights, till this very day where operas and cultural activities are held. Just knowing that it is the city of the most famous lovers in history - Romeo and Juliet, makes you wonder! :)

Piazza Bra - Teatro Filarmonico

by croisbeauty

Teatro Filarmonico is the chief theatre in Verona, and was one of the most important, as well as one of the most beautiful theatres in 18th century Italy.
Built in 1716 to the design of the well known architect and stage designer Francesco Bibiena, it was destoyed by fire in 1760 and had to be completely rebuilt.
The building was again destroyed in 1945, this time by bombing.
Thanks to the Academia Filarmonica Veronese, the owners of the theatre, it has now been completely restored by the architect V. Filippini, who has faithfully reproduced the beautiful 18th century proscenium arch.

Via Leoni

by montezaro

This is Piazza Leoni which is following by Via Leoni which leads you to Via Capello and Giulietta's house. Further on, there is Piazza delle Erba with Torre Lambertu which can be seen on this picture. Via Capello is one of the most crowded streets of Verona, here you can hear and see tourists from all over the world speaking in languages you probably never heard before.
Piazza Leoni, with its cafes, is a good place to take a break after strolling around.

Packing List

by steventilly

Travel light if you're just on a day trip. You don't want to be weighted down! If you want to go into cathedrals & churches, don't wear shorts and sleeveless tops. Just my Digital Camera. To be honest there are times when I needed a wider lense than my camera had, which made life a little awkward. Take a picnic! The area by the river is so nice for sitting by in the sun.

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