we have children ages 14 and 18 and would like
to live and feel like "locals". What areas of Venice
are best for this?
Hi there. We will arrive at Treviso airport at around 9 in the evening and want to head out to Bibione. We saw there are some buses that run, but they stop at 18:45. Are there any air shuttle type of services or later buses that we can take? Or are there any other efficient ways to head out there?
Hi. We are arriving in Verona on the overnight Thello train. As we arrive at 08:00, I wondered what options we have to get from the train station in Verona to Peschiera del Garda. Do we need to book in advance or can we buy on the morning for the next available train. Alternatively, are there buses we could use? Thanks
My wife and I will travel to Veneto for a week beginning 19 June. It is our first trip there. We realize that we can't see everything in a week, but hope to get a flavor for what is there so that we can plan return trips in the future. We are planning 3 1/2 days in Venice followed by a day each in Verona, Bassano del Grappa and Padova. We have some flexibility on the days outside Venice, so can do side trips or stop at places in between the other 3 cities, depending on what catches our interest. Of course, we intend to try to at least see the main, customary tourist sites. However, we prefer seeing things a bit off the beaten tourist track, possibly having the opportunity to meet local people, and learn a little about the way of life of the people who live there, rather than spend all of our time just taking photos of historic buildings and tourist sites.
Any suggestions that we can get, especially from people who live in Venice and the Veneto, will be greatly appreciated.
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