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Travel from Bergamo Airport to Manarola

by mishii Online Now May 2, 2006 at 8:11 PM

I am looking for the best/fastest route from Bergamo Airport to Manarola.
We are travelling in July. I can get train times, but not any bus routes. Should I reserve seats? Travelling midweek.
Any help would be appreciated.

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    RE: Travel from Bergamo Airport to Manarola

    by mccalpin Online Now May 2, 2006 at 9:28 PM

    See orioaeroporto.it/Editorial/n... for information on ground transportation from Bergamo Airport to nearby train stations.

    You have already seen www.trenitalia.com I guess for train routes. As you probably have seen, you're looking at 5 hours, with 2 or 3 changes on the way from Bergamo station. If you can catch a bus to Milano Centrale, you may have a better selection of trains.

    Hmmmn, I don't know about long distance buses that would help you solve the multi-train problem...

    Bill

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    RE: Travel from Bergamo Airport to Manarola

    by globetrott Online Now May 2, 2006 at 9:32 PM

    there are various trains and you have to change at least 1 time. Some of the bigger trains say that you need reservation, BUT there is certainly NO need to reserve a long time in advance. Reserve it, when arriving in Italy.
    BUS is not really a good solution in Italy, their trainsystem is great !

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    RE: Travel from Bergamo Airport to Manarola

    by ZoT Online Now May 3, 2006 at 1:46 AM

    Get a bus to Milano, Stazione Centrale (one every 30') then get a train from there. The fastest way to reach Manarola is getting an Intercity train to Monterosso, then a local train to Manarola (the next stop).
    note that all the Intercity trains on that line now require a reservation (Intercity "plus") but I think you won't have problems if travelling midweek: just buy the ticket at the train station.

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