A Casa di Giulia的到达路线
To reach our B & B:
From Valerio Catullo airport take 'Aerobus shuttle' which links Verona airport to the Main Railway Station, Verona Porta Nuova. When you arrive there please follow the directions below.
Get off at Verona Main Railway Station Verona Porta Nuova.
From the Main Railway Station Verona Porta Nuova catch the local bus n� 11 - 12 - 13 from 'MARCIAPIEDE A'. Get off at the eighth bus stop, after the bridge, in the middle of Via XX Settembre (after the bridge you have to get off at the second bus stop). Take via Nicola Mazza and then via Beltrame. You will arrive in Via Bonomi 9, and you'll find a yellow house on your left side, look at the bell label B&B A casa di Giulia.
From the Main Railway Station Verona Porta Nuova it costs about 8-10 euro during day-times otherwise 10-12 euro night time Sundays and bank holidays.
Take the A4 motorway and exit at Verona Sud, turn left and go down into underpass towards the city center, straight ahead for 3 km. Through a second tunnel, turn right at the traffic light, go straight on for 500 meters in Via dell Autiere, cross the bridge and turn left at Lungadige Galtarossa. At the traffic lights continue straight on in via Lungadige Porta Vittoria, and after 300 meters turn right into Via San Francesco. At the end of Via San Francesco, turn left on Via Universit�, then immediately right on Via Campofiore. Continue to the end of the street where you have to turn right: now you are in Via Luigi Bonomi, you find our B&B A Casa di Giulia (number 9) on your left side.
From the Main Railway Station Verona Porta Nuova walk along Corso Porta Nuova, cross Piazza Br�, go down Vicolo Borella, go down Via Leoncino then turn right into Via Leoni and cross Ponte Navi, walked down Via San Paolo and then take via Campofiore. You will arrive in Via Bonomi 9, and you'll find a yellow house on your left side, look at the bell label B&B A casa di Giulia and ring.
Pay attention to two simple but important things!
1) The numbers of the buses 11 - 12 - 13 become 90 - 92 - 98 after 7.30 p.m., on sundays and bank holidays. They still run from the same bus stand.
2) The names of the streets are generally written on the sides of the buildings at the beginning and at the end of each street. Look up the walls!