How do I get from Venice to Lake Garda?
If you need to reach the northern shores of Lake Garda from Venice Marco Polo Airport, then you have two options. One is to travel by train from Venezia Mestre to Rovereto. From Rovereto, you can travel by bus to Riva del Garda and other northern lakeside towns.
Is there a direct train from Venice to Lake Garda?
Yes, it is possible to travel from Venice to Peschiera del Garda without having to change trains. There are 11 direct trains from Venice to Peschiera del Garda each day.
Is there a train from Verona airport to Lake Garda?
Train from Verona Airport to Lake Garda: You need to take a shuttle from the airport heading into town to Verona Porta Nuova station and then take a train as detailed above. Taxi from Verona airport to Lake Garda are available outside the airport.
Is there a bus from Verona airport to Lake Garda?
No, there is no direct bus from Verona Airport (VRN) to Garda. However, there are services departing from Verona Airport and arriving at Garda via Verona Stazione Porta Nuova. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 2h 5m.
What airport do you fly into for Lake Garda?
Verona airport is the closest airport to Lake Garda and the most convenient. The airport is small but well organized and it is only 20 km from the southern shore of the lake, from where you can then board local transport to any other location on the lake.
How long is the transfer from Verona airport to Lake Garda?
It takes approximately 3h 50m to get from Verona Airport (VRN) to Lago di Garda, including transfers.
Can you do a day trip from Lake Garda to Venice?
No trip to Italy is complete without visiting the amazing floating city of Venice! The guided Lake Garda to Venice Day Trip takes you by private boat to St Mark’s Square, and around the most famous sights of the city including Rialto Bridge, St Mark’s Cathedral and the famous Bridge of Sighs.
Which airport do you fly to to get to Lake Garda?
Arriving in style via Verona Just half an hour from the south-east corner of Lake Garda, Verona is by far the most popular arrival point for travellers to Lake Garda. The city is home to two airports – Valerio Catullo (VRN) airport, also known as Verona Villafranca, and Verona Brescia (VBS) airport.
How long is the train from Lake Garda to Venice?
Peschiera del Garda to Venice by train
|Journey time||From 1h 16m|
|Distance||79 miles (127 km)|
|Frequency||27 trains per day|
How much does a taxi cost from Verona airport to Lake Garda?
The town of Brescia is located a 75 km or 50 minute drive away and a Verona Airport taxis fare would cost around EUR 115.00 for 3 passengers and their luggage. A typical taxi trip to Lake Garda from Verona Airport will cost around EUR 70.00 for three passengers travelling in a Mercedes E-class or similar limousine.