Useful information for a serene journey
A little guide with useful information to organize your stay in Bardolino and enjoy a carefree holiday!
All the needed information about: how to reach us, means of transport, parking areas and restricted traffic zones, but also weekly markets, free wi-fi areas and emergency numbers for a safe journey.
The IAT (Official Tourist Information Office) is available for detailed information about transports, taxi and rentals but also advices, booklets and travel guides to visit Bardolino and its surroundings.
How to reach us and how to move around
Use the table below to find out how to reach Bardolino and how to get around
- Peschiera del Garda tollgate, towards SS249 Peschiera, Bardolino, Garda and Malcesine
- From north: Highway A22 Del Brennero, exit through Rovereto Sud tollgate, follow SS249 towards Mori and Torbole and follow the signs for Bardolino.
- From south: Highway A22, exit through Affi tollgate, towards Bardolino, Garda and Malcesine.
Restricted Traffic Zones (ZTL)
The ZTL is a sizeable part of the old town and it is active in summer.
The Restricted Traffic Zone is currently controlled through four cameras (one for each entrance) operating during the following hours:
Via Cavour, via Mirabello e Via Toscanini
21:00 – 6:00
12:00 – 6:00
Via D. Alighieri
12:00 – 15:00
18:00 – 6:00
12:00 – 6:00
If you need to enter the ZTL to reach your accommodation, please contact the hotel or the Bardolino local police.
The blue areas indicate pay and display parking places and they are active from the 15th of March to the 1st of November from 8am to midnight; they are free during the rest of the year.
Parking disk is needed at Piazza Aldo Moro and Piazza della Costituzione in Bardolino.
All residents benefit from a reduced rate in all the pay and display parking areas of the city.
Click on the icons on the map to find the parking addresses.
On Thursday morning Bardolino holds the weekly market, where you can find numerous stands with clothes, foodstuffs, fresh and handmade products.
The “0 km” market: on Saturday morning the hamlet holds stands with high quality local products that you can buy directly from the producers, such as fruit and vegetables, ham, cheese and much more.
On Tuesday, during all summer up to October, the square of Cisano holds its weekly market: twelve stalls with all kind of stuff.
Useful contact details
National emergency numbers
The local administration realized the following wi-fi areas in Bardolino:
The band and connection time are limited in order to make the service available in all the areas. Your log-in information will work in all the designated areas and they are valid for 6 months. When they are no longer valid, you can ask for new ones. Once you get your log-in information on your mobile phone, you can use them also on your tablet or computer; some services (such as torrent) could be blocked.