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Myself and my wife are travelling to Lake Garda on 3rd June to stay in Limone sul Garda for 7 nights. Our flight lands at I was hoping for something a lot cheaper. Hi, the Hotel Villa Elite offers a shuttle service from the airport, so the first thing I would do is send an email asking how much it costs.

Not cheap but cheaper than the price you quoted. The location of Limone means that it is not the easiest town to get to by public transport. You would need to get a shuttle bus from the airport to Verona then a bus to Riva and another bus to Limone. Or a train from Verona to Desenzano and a bus up the west side of the lake to Limone. Alternatively, from Verona take a train to Rovereto then a taxi to Limone. Hi, Many thanks for your speedy assistance.

You really do seem to be a fountain of knowledge on everything associated with the Lake Garda region. I think the company you have mentioned was also given to us by the Hotel Elite when my wife spoke with them. I just cant justify paying that much, so will have to look at other alternatives.

I've read of a bus from Verona , think it's the no62 or no At what resort would that take me to on Lake Garda? My inital thoughts were to get to maybe one of the resorts at the southern end of the Lake and then either bus or taxi to Limone.

I'll blame my wife for all this. I knew we should have stayed in one of the eastern side resorts: Hi again, you can take the shuttle from Verona airport to the city centre. Or you could take the bus only as far up the east side as Malcesine then take a boat across to Limone , but you would have to check boat times.

Also, there are luggage restrictions on the hydrofoils and catamarans so you would have to use the larger boats shown as "Batt" at the top of the columns:. If you take the train from Verona to Desenzano you would then take a bus up to Limone:.

It would indeed have been easier to stay on the south-east side but, if it's any consolation, by all accounts you're going to a great hotel!

I would suggest making use of the private transfer to get back to the airport for your return flight. Well Scozzese has given you all the relevant public transport links. The natural thought is the Aerobus to Verona train station, train to Desenzano and the LN; however the LN is not that regular and really difficult to say whether you would get good connections.

Around about the time you would arrive at Verona train station the next 2 trains at If your intention was to get the LN anyway you could wait at Verona station and take the Regional train at The next is at If the was on time you could get the LN at The next LN from Riva is at Assuming the Aerobus is running on time and as it runs every 20mins starting at When using trains in Italy there is a difference between Regional tickets and fast Intercity tickets.

Regional tickets are for a specifc journey e. Verona to Desenzano but not on a specific train at a specific time or even day. The ticket inspectors accept no "I didn't know I'm a tourist" excuses.

Intercity tickets FB, Eurostar are different. These tickets are for a specifc service on a specifc day at a specific time like a flight. You don't stamp these tickets.

Seat reservation is automatic. If its any help i just booked transfers from Verona Airport to camping bella italia with a website called www.

Got comfirmation within 5 Minutes. Saves alot of hassle getting public transport and i found it was the cheapest out there. My goodness, and i thought Scozzese had all the information i could need, you my friend, have taken it up another notch. I dont know how you know so much information but i'm glad you do. I must thank you both for your help and assistance.

I'll let you both know how i get on once we've returned. Honestly, you are all the best. Cant thank you all enough. This trip is for our 10th wedding anniversary and my wife has wanted to visit Italy for a number of years now, so the less stress getting a transfer the better, because ofcourse it will all be my fault: First and foremost Robster36,I hope the holiday is everything your good lady is anticipating.

She has chosen,for my money 14th visit coming up the most beautiful little village on the lake and why other posters always seem to imply that the journey from Verona Airport is a form of travel torture escapes me,sure it takes around two hours by coach,but it is a pleasant ride and one of the reasons why we simply book our holidays via Crystal.

I dare say it costs a bit more,but hey,we are on holiday and the last thing we wish is to anguish over how we are going to get there.

Sorry folks if that sounds negative but very often one has to spend a little more time to reach the best. And don't worry Heather,when it comes to good advice you are still the 'tops '! Can i be even more of a pest and ask if there are many restaurants in Limone?

I've looked on Tripadvisor and there only appears to be 6 named. Where is the best place to go for a drink? Would this be in a restaurant or are there bars in the town? Also, as we're staying in Limone for 7 nights whereabouts around the Lake would you recommend to go for a day out. Is it worth going as far as the southern towns on the Lake. My wife was thinking of us seeing Verona , Venice or Milan , but not sure about travelling that far when there seem to be so many towns to see around the Lake.

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In the other direction is the more modern part of Limone: This end of the town sprawls over the area where the mountains are set back further from the lake: Limone's lemon-growing history is to be detailed in a museum which is still at the planning stages at the time of writing. Old lemon gardens, terraces with stone columns and walls, are a feature of the lake's former citrus-growing areas, and are very striking when viewed from passing boats. For the fruit to survive winter temperatures, the groves needed seasonal roofs and heating.

With the unification of Italy and the construction of railways in the nineteenth century, oranges and lemons from the warmer south and Sicily were easily available and cheaper, and the Garda lemon groves were largely abandoned. Limone's other agricultural industry is olive-growing, and there is also a little exhibition devoted to the local olive groves and oil-making process in the town's olive-oil mill.

Limone has several churches which are worth visiting. As you tour, you will notice various pictures and shrines to a bearded saint: The Chiesa di San Rocco is an appealing small church close to the old port. It was built during a bout of plague in the sixteenth century, and dedicated to the 'plague saint' Rocco St.

Roch, or Rock in English. It contains some lovely frescoes. The parish church is the Chiesa di San Benedetto , in a panoramic position above the lake. Although the site is older, the current building mostly dates to the seventeenth century.

It's a fairly large and extravagant affair, presumably commissioned with the proceeds of lemon-growing. The style is baroque, and there are several altars and paintings worth a glance. Limone's oldest church, the Chiesa di San Pietro , is a short walk from the main part of town.

This chapel dates back at least as far as the twelfth century, and it contains some twelfth to fourteenth-century frescoes. As well as pottering around the waterfront and lanes, and relaxing on cafe terraces, Limone also offers the chance for sunbathing or swimming. There are a few small pebbly beaches north of the town centre, including a private 'beach' establishment on terraces, with sunbeds. South of the centre is a much larger, more open stretch of long stony 'beach'.

The regular boat services are a good way to explore Lake Garda, and tourists staying in Limone should definitely pay a visit to picturesque Malcesine , on the far shore. There are a couple of tourist information offices in Limone; one is on the main road by a car park and bus stop; the other is down on Lungolago Marconi, facing the waterfront. The Limone tourist industry is well-organised, with plenty of information, free maps, guided walks more below and a programme of special events such as free open-air concerts.

I know some past visitors who rate a Limone concert of Viennese operetta highlights and Neapolitan songs among their best ever holiday memories. There are various short walks at low levels around Limone, and an information sheet from the tourist information office is a good place to start. There are also more serious walks in the mountains behind town.

Typically their walks are on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and range from 'difficult' standard requiring walking boots and a whole day's walking, to 'very easy', meandering through olive groves. Again, the latest information can be found in the Limone tourist information office. Since the organisers provide basic directions in their leaflet, keen walkers could combine these details with maps to do the walks independently.

Limone is situated on the most dramatic section of Lake Garda, and the harbour area is like a postcard; it is certainly one of the most photogenic resorts on the lake. Potential visitors should note that resident population of Limone is small, and so when the hotels fill up with English and German-speaking tourists in summer, it does feel like a busy resort rather than a living, breathing Italian town. If you want a more 'normal' Italian feel, you could try the large town of Desenzano at the flatter end of the lake, or Riva at the northern end.

Even Malcesine, opposite Limone, has more little lanes among which tourists can spread themselves. However, Limone is very pretty, and convenient for travelling around the northern lake.

Choose cheap hotels in Limone sul Garda with Travel Republic. Lowest Prices Guaranteed. ABTA bonded. The fragrant, lemon-growing town, perched on the edge of one of Europe's finest sights, Lake Garda, isn't just good for the soul, it's good for the. I have only been to Lake Garda doing tourism, but I have seen plenty of fit to do it in one day, You can also cheat and use the help of the lifts as needed. Limone Sul Garda (on the west side, as the lake narrows) is also a quaint old . The wife has booked us 3 nights this coming Colombus Day weekend.