Residence all'Adige

Via Magellano, 28, Verona, 37138, Italy

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Residence all'Adige
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    Long Term Visits

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    This is a great place to stay if you have an extended stay planned for Verona. It is located conviently to the city center (15 minute walk, 5 minute bike ride, 5 minute taxi ride) along the river Adige. It is set in a neighborhood so you get to experience a bit of the authentic Italy.

    There is a tobacoo shop, a grocery store, and several resturaunts within a 5 minute walk.

    English is spoken and the staff is very friendly.

    The residence is used by those who are on extended stay in Verona. Members of the opera stay during opera season. It is also a good place to stay if you are moving to Verona while you are locating a permenant location.

    Stays can be arranged on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Thus stays of a few days to several months, to years are excepted.

    Unique Quality: Volleyball court and field in back of the residence.
    Gym and laundry room in basement.
    Meeting rooms available.
    Marble floors, patios, kitchens.
    Breakfast served daily.

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Getting from Verona Porta Nuova Train Station to Bardolino

by hutchk1

Hi.. we will be arriving at Porta Nuova by train from Paris and need to get to Bardolino in Lake Garda. Can anyone tell me the best way to go about doing this. We will have 2 very large holdalls, rucksacks, 2 teenage girls and a baby! It has been suggested that we take a bus. My concern about this is will there be enough luggage space to put our luggage? Is the bus station close to the train station? Alternatively, we could take a taxi. Does anyone know how much this would cost approximately and whether there are a good supply of large enough cars to take 5 passengers and luggage? Any advice or alternative suggestions would be very much appreciated. We leave on Friday 23rd May 2008. Thanks

Re: Getting from Verona Porta Nuova Train Station to Bardolino

by effeti

Hi!

Yes, the bus station is right in front of the train station. So, no problem.

Buses service out-of-the town destinations have a huge trunk under the seats (sort of touristic bus, you know). The tickets are cheap, around 5 euro each.

Look here for links to timetables http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/4c02d/228a3/9/

yes, the taxi would easier, of course... But a regular taxi won't take 5 passengers, even if one is a baby.

try to ask a quote from a NCC service (rent with driver, or limo service).
I have an adress here, but you can look for more
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/4c02d/22618/9/

Ciao
Francesco

Re: Getting from Verona Porta Nuova Train Station to Bardolino

by effeti

P.S. I would expect something around 80/100 euro for the limo service... But please ask!

Re: Getting from Verona Porta Nuova Train Station to Bardolino

by hutchk1

Thank you very much.. your answer was very helpful.

Travel Tips for Verona

THE ...

by blusky

THE ARENA

The Roman Amphiteather, better known as the Arena is the one of the most important things for which Verona is famed.
It was originally outside the walls of the city but the Emperor Galienus extended the city to includem the Arena.
Today Arena is the regular setting for splendid opera performances which are taking place in summertime.

Bardolino
This was the town...

by LysDor

Bardolino


This was the town where I stayed, not quite in the center but a few kilometers before it at the

Albergo Sportsman

Via Gardesana dell'Acqua, 17

Loc. Serenella - City: Bardolino

Tel: 045/6210555

Fax: 045/6210420

The picture is from my hotel window!

The area is a campers and caravaners paradise making me wonder why do they actually need any hotels there at all as it seemed everyone was living by the beaches along the lake!

The mild climate and the flora of the lake district is typically Mediterranean, and there are olivegroves, cypresses and of course vineyards.

The bardolino wine is is one of my favorite italian red wines (another one I like is Valpocinella) and best of all it can be tasted on this occasion in its authentic setting.

This delightful, fresh, young wine has a ruby red or claret color and is an excellent table wine that goes well with all main courses or, if aged, with meat and game. It is produced using many grape varieties:

Corvina (and sub-variety): 35-65%

Rondinella: 10-40%

Molinara: 10-20%

Negara: up to 10%

Grapes from other vines (Rossignola or Rossetta, Sangiovese, Barbera and Garganega) can make up 15% of the total used for the production of Bardolino.

Bardolino becomes Bardolino Classico when the wine is made with grapes from the most ancient original territory including the whole or part of the villages of Bardolino, Garda, Lazise, Affi, Cavaion and Costermano.

It becomes Superiore when it has been aged for at least a year.

I went to ZENI Winery to visit and buy few of these wonderful wines to bring home!

Visit also the Museum of olive oil

Piazza Bra - Arena

by croisbeauty

The Amphitheatre of Verona served as a theatre for gladiatorial games, races and other spectacular events. Nowadays, from 1913 in fact, the Arena is the regular setting for splendid operatic performances. This is the main corridor, situated below the terraces, which served to the gladiators entering in the arena.

Les Clochards

by montezaro

The town of Paris is known for its clochards, a kind of homeless people who live under the bridges of the river Seine. I was attracted by the name of this restaurant, which is situated in via Filippini, between the bridges Ponte Aleardi and Ponte S. Francesco.
I suppose "Les Clochards" restaurant isn't intended for the local homeless.

Desenzano

by BruceDunning

WE did not take any pictures because an unfortunate situation occurred. When driving into the main part of the town, we were detoured around it and had to go back behind the town. They were working on the street through the middle of the town. Needless to say, there was not parking available, and we could not find anywhere to park. So we kept going to the next town. From pictures I saw on VT, it looks like a real nice harbor area, though.

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