The wealth of Rome's attractions can only be compared with the abundance of interesting places in its vicinity. Of course, in search of impressions you can go further, since the train to the same Florence takes only 1.5 hours. But now we will not run so far: in the first part of the article, BlogoItaliano continues to explore interesting places in the vicinity of the Eternal City and shares its findings with readers.
Category: Cities of Italy
Station Verona Porta Nuova is the main railway station of the city and one of the 10 largest railway stations in Italy. Every year, it serves about 28 million passengers, and trains leave almost every minute from early morning until late evening. In this article you will learn about what constitutes Verona's main station and how to get from the station to the city center or airport.
Verona is one of Italy's cities that far exceeds travelers' expectations. In addition, the city is well located almost halfway between Milan and Venice and it is easy to call here for 1 day, even impromptu. And since the railway is the most convenient transport for traveling to Verona from other cities in Italy, in this article we will tell you in detail about trains from Verona to the most interesting places in the vicinity.
Bologna is the largest Italian city closest to Rimini, and also with the airport, where you can easily find cheap tickets throughout the year, and not just in season. The distance from Rimini to Bologna is only 120 km, and the travel time is 1-2 hours. You will learn about how to get from one city to another by train, bus or car, as well as which one is cheaper and more convenient, from this article.
Perhaps it’s in the blood of the Bergamians to be "servants of two masters." So the Bergamo Airport Orio Al Serio, territorially related to the Italian town of the same name, is also served by the huge Milan. True, rather, as a quick assistant, since most flights take the main Milan Malpensa airport.
The climate of Verona is considered close to moderate, but the presence of Lake Garda near the city makes it unstable and more humid. However, this humidity is uncritical. Indeed, Verona is quite comparable with Moscow or Kiev in terms of rainfall, and the average annual temperature here is much more comfortable. You will learn from this article how weather changes in Verona from month to month and what time it is better to choose to explore the city.
Charming Verona is one of the most romantic cities not only in Italy, but also in the world, because here, according to William Shakespeare, the tragic events of the tragedy about Romeo and Juliet unfolded. Verona is also famous for ancient Roman and medieval architectural monuments, numerous churches, palaces and museums, which every self-respecting tourist tries to visit.
What to see in Verona and what attractions should be put on the map of your visit, even if you come to the city on your own and only for 1 day. To make it easier for you to plan your trip, Blogoitaliano has compiled an indicative route covering all the most significant places in the historical center.
In this article, you will learn how to get from Rimini Airport to the city center [and train station] by bus, taxi or rented car. But we will begin with a few words about the terminal itself. The relatively small Rimini airport named after director Federico Fellini serves not only the city, but also the neighboring dwarf state of San Marino.
If you are in Verona and have a couple of free days, you should definitely carve out at least 1 of them on Lake Garda - one of the most picturesque corners of northern Italy. The distance from Verona to the lake is only about 25 km, and you will learn how to get there from the city from this article.
Bologna Airport is one of the busiest in Italy, which means that there can be many ways to get from Bologna Airport to the desired resort, hotel or other city. The main thing is to determine the shortest route and clarify the schedule of public transport, and in case of ordering a taxi or renting a car, find the best price-quality ratio.
Verona dates back to prehistoric times. It was ruled by the Romans, Venetians, Austria-Hungary and even Napoleonic France. The dynasty of Scala made a great contribution to the development of the city. It is not surprising that Verona has preserved a huge number of attractions of various eras. What is worth seeing in Verona in the first place, we will tell in this article.
Verona - one of the most visited cities in Italy, not without reason it is called "Rome in miniature." Part of the tourists arrives in this city as part of group or independent tours by car or by rail, and part through Verona Airport, open all year round. That is why BlogoItaliano decided to ask a question: how is it faster and more profitable to get to the city center from the airport?
Near the Plebiscite square in Naples, there is an Italian lyric temple, the symbol of the city, the oldest in Europe, majestic and proud - the San Carlo Opera House. Built in 1737, it is 41 years older than the famous Milanese La Scala, and from La Fenice in Venice - for 55 years. Neapolitans are very proud of their theater.
This was probably the most unexpected trip to Italy of all that has happened before. I left the house almost for yogurt, and a day later I jumped to the ground Campania from the foot of the evening Roman train. I arrived in the city with two goals: to pick up the long-awaited documents and take a sightseeing tour of Naples with a guide about whom I had heard so much.
The Venetian gondola is one of the main and most recognizable symbols of the city. Visiting Venice and not riding a gondola is like going to Paris without going up the Eiffel Tower. That is why BlogoItaliano decided to look into the history and the present of this type of transport in detail, and also learned how much it costs to ride a gondola in Venice and how to do it.
Travelers traveling to Naples have heard of the many attractions in the surrounding area. But Naples itself is no less interesting. Including its museums, among which there are truly exceptional. In this article you will learn about the most interesting museums in Naples that should be put on a map of your visit to the capital of Campania, as well as their addresses, opening hours and ticket prices.
The Royal Palace in Caserta is called one of the main attractions near Naples, and many travelers, constrained in time, prefer to pay attention to him, even to the detriment of Pompeii, Vesuvius or the Amalfi Coast. What is remarkable about the Palace when it works and how to visit it from Naples - you will learn about this and much more from this article.
At first glance, Naples strongly favors beach holidays: the length of the coastline framing the bay of Naples in the city reaches 20 km. But do not forget that this is also one of the largest ports in the Mediterranean. Due to port emissions, bathing in many places is forbidden, and where the beaches are nevertheless cluttered between sea moorings, it is usually crowded and not very clean.
The first metro stations in Naples appeared only at the very end of the 20th century. However, in such a short period they have become one of the main attractions of the city. Still, several of them are annually included in the TOP list of the most beautiful in the world. In this article we will not only talk about the most remarkable stations, but also give more practical information - about the opening hours and ticket prices for the Naples metro.
Although in Rome and Naples there is no problem buying a tour to visit Pompeii, Herculaneum or both ancient Roman cities within one day, there are still people who are not averse to organizing their tour on their own. We will talk about both options. However, before proceeding with a direct description of the route, we make a little "digression."