Location

How to reach us?

By Car

From the A4 Milano-Venezia or A22 Modena-Brennero expressways

Take the “Autostrada Casello Verona Sud” exit. Continue along Via Flavio Gioia, Viale del Lavoro, Viale dell’Agricoltura and Viale Piave. Follow the directions for the city centre (“Centro”). Travel along Corso Porta Nuova to the end, heading in the direction of Piazza Brà, then turn right onto Via degli Alpini. At the second traffic light, turn left onto Stradone Scipione Maffei, then take Stradone San Fermo to the end.

Before the bridge, turn left onto Lungadige Rubele, cross the intersection and continue into the limited traffic area (“ZTL”) in which transit is permitted for staying guests. Turn left onto Via Ponte Nuovo, take the fourth right onto Via Arche Scaligere and continue straight onto Vicolo Cavaletto before turning left onto Corso Sant’Anastasia. After 150 metres, on the left side, you will find yourself on Via Mazzanti. The hotel is at number 6 on the left.

By Train

Albergo Mazzanti is easily reached from the main train station of Verona Porta Nuova.

Bus no. 21, 22, 23, 24, 41 and 42 – Corso Porta Borsari stop

On foot, take Corso Porta Borsari, traverse Piazza delle Erbe, then continue along Corso Sant’Anastasia. After 100 metres, you will find Via Mazzanti on the right. The hotel is at number 6, on the left (c.a. 500 m).

Bus no. 11, 12, 13, 51 and 510 – San Fermo stop

On foot, take Via Cappello, traverse Piazza Erbe, turn right onto Corso Sant’Anastasia, then after 100 metres, you will find Via Mazzanti on the right. The hotel is at number 6 on the left (c.a. 800 m).

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