Directions to Juliette House BBAddress: Vicolo dietro S. Andrea 1, Verona, Italy
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Directions to Juliette House BB
Travel Information By plane: Arrive at Verona’s Valerio Catullo Airport, then take the shuttle “Aerobus” that connects the airport to Verona’s central train station “Porta Nuova'. Get off here and continue with the instructions below. By train: Get off at the plaza of Verona’s central station “Porta Nuova”. From here, you can choose either to complete journey by foot (approximately a 30 minute walk), or by bus: By foot: Go down Corso Porta Nuova in the direction of Piazza Brà, the piazza of the Verona Arena. Cross the piazza and continue on Via Mazzini. At the end of the street, turn right on Via Cappello. You will notice Juliette’s House on the left. Pass it and continue along the street until it ends, where you will note a FNAC store. After the store, the road that forms an angle is the alleyway S. Andrea. We are above the “Ristorante da Ugo.” You will not find a big sign, but a small plaque with the text “B&B Juliette House.” We are open from 1-8 p.m. For better planning, please provide us with your cell phone number including your international prefix as well as the approximate time of your arrival. By bus: Take a bus from the urban line “ATV.” (They are green.) You can take number 11, 12, or 13 from sidewalk A, which is yellow. Get off after six stops at the San Fermo stop. Cross the street and continue along Via Leoni. After the ruins you will see a big TRONY store to your left. The street on the first left from the store is the alleyway S. Andrea. We are located above the “Ristorante da Ugo.” You will not find a big sign, but a small plaque with the text “B&B Juliette House. We are open from 1-8p.m. For better planning, please provide us with your cell phone number including your international prefix as well as the approximate time of your arrival. Please note these two simple but very important facts! 1) The buses numbered 11, 12, and 13 become 90, 92, 94 after 7:30 p.m., and for the entire day on holidays, but the routes and stops remain unchanged. 2) The names of the streets in the historical center are written on large slabs of marble encased in the walls of the buildings. At the beginning and the end of a street, look up to see its name We recommend that you print a map for yourself before leaving just in case. The route is truly simple, and if you stop by the information and tourist office located in the station, you will be only a few meters from the bus stop at Piazza Brà. Here, you can find people who can provide you with directions and information.