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by dalek55 Online Now Sep 16, 2010 at 11:06 AM

My wife & I will be arriving at Peschiera del Garda train station on 6th.
Oct. Where can we catch a bus to Bardolino,& how frequent are they.

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    Re: bardolino bus

    by leics Online Now Sep 16, 2010 at 11:15 AM

    You will find the bus timetables for the 62-64 bus from Peschiera here;

    tech.atv.verona.it/atv_www/o...

    Click on the bus number and a pdf timetable will open. the bus leaves from Peschiera station ('F.S') and passes through Bardolino on its way to Riva del Garda.

    Service is roughly hourly. 'Gior' means daily, 'fer' means weekdays (i.e. not Sundays), 'fest' means Sundays and holidays. 'Sco' means a school bus but you won't want to catch that! :-)

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    Re: bardolino bus

    by bekerovka Online Now Sep 16, 2010 at 12:23 PM

    ehm: SCO means "only on school days", it is not really a school bus :)
    In Italy, schools and municipalities have their own school buses and they are not scheduled

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    Re: bardolino bus

    by leics Online Now Sep 16, 2010 at 12:48 PM

    I know it is not only for schoolchildren but even so.....a bus which runs only on schooldays....hmmm.

    Maybe I'm just biased because of my job! :-)

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    Re: bardolino bus

    by effeti Online Now Sep 16, 2010 at 10:58 PM

    mmmmm, yes, hordes of noisy students on your bus may not be always relaxing... Anyway, every scheduled bus (around 7-8 am and 2 pm) can be crowded, even if not marked "sco"..

    And this is the direct link to the timetable Leics already pointed you to: tech.atv.verona.it/atv_www/o...

    Oh, the bus stop should be marked ATV just outside the station..
    Happy travel!
    Ciao
    Francesco

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