Residence Antico San Zeno

Via Rosmini 15, Verona, Veneto, 37123, Italy
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Forum Posts

getting to Villa Bartolomea

by runbirduk

Hi.

I can't seem to find a link anywhere to give advice, prices, times etc for getting from Verona train station to Villa Bartolomea.
Any help appreciated. Presuming the train is the easiest way?

Re: getting to Villa Bartolomea

by bekerovka

Hy,
there's not a direct link from Verona station (Porta Nuova) to Villa Bartolomea. You must change in Legnago.
You get two choices:
1) By train from Verona to Legnago, then bus to Villa Bartolomea
2) By bus same itinerary.
Buses start in front the Verona and Legnago stations.
Link for train: http://www.trenitalia.com/cms/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=3fdbe14114bc9110VgnVCM10000080a3e90aRCRD
For buses: http://www.aptv.it/pdf/44.pdf
Fares:
By train and bus= 3.40€ train + 1.60€ bus ticket "tariffa 2"
By bus= 4.30 bus ticket "tariffa 7"
Hope this helps
Ciao, Marco

Re: getting to Villa Bartolomea

by effeti

Actually, Villabartolomea has a tiny train station, and regional trains from Verona Porta Nuova to Rovigo do stop there (the bus stop is more central, But the town is little).

When you enquire the trenitalia /FS line, just be sure to type as destination exactly " Villabartolomea " and not "Villa Bartolomea" that is the official name of the town.

If you look at the line 44 bus Marco pointed to, you will see also that there is just one run, starting at 11, direct to there, on working days ( not on sundays).

Ciao
Francesco

Re: getting to Villa Bartolomea

by runbirduk

Thanks - that was quick and very helpful.
Definitely using the official name worked.
I shall investigate further.
Chris

Travel Tips for Verona

If your schedule is flexible...

by czabriskie

If your schedule is flexible and you are on a budget, try to visit Verona on the first Sunday of the month. Most of the sites and museums are free or reduced. (ie. the coluseum which is normally 6.000 is only 2.000, Juliet's tomb, Lamberti Tower, and the Castelveccio are free)

Panoramic view of the city

by croisbeauty

The west bank of the river Adige and the old core of the town. This is the real heart of the historical centre of Verona with al major spots and the most significant monuments of the town.
There are five bridges across the river of Adige from this side and each one leads you directly in the centre of the town.

Battlemented Bridge

by sandysmith

The Ponte Scaligero was my favourite bridge in Verona - such wonderful architecture inside with its battlemented areas where you could look out and see the river....but why do they have to spoil it with this so-called modern art..just looks like a rusty circle with a hole in it :-S

The Adige River

by MarioPortugal

quote from Wikipedia:

The Adige (Italian Adige; German: Etsch; Latin: Athesis) is a river with its source in the Alpine region of Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol near the Italian border to Austria and Switzerland. At 410 km in length, 220 located in South Tyrol, it is the second longest river in Italy, after the Po River with 652 km.
[...]
Near Trento, the Noce, Avisio and Fersina rivers join. The Adige then crosses Trentino and later Veneto, flowing past the city of Verona and the towns of Rovereto and Adria through the Lagarina valley and the north-eastern part of the Po plain into the Adriatic sea. Both the Adige and the Po run parallel in the river delta without properly joining. [...]

Opera season in Arena

by croisbeauty

Nowadays, from 1913 in fact, the Arena is the regular setting for splendid operatic performances.
The Summer opera season in Arena is a must see event, at least for once in your life time. It starts at July and ends in August.
You don't need a fancy cloths to atendt the show.

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Address: Via Rosmini 15, Verona, Veneto, 37123, Italy