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Accommodation

San Luigi Gonzaga parish youth club in Brescia is hosting all volunteers of the tournament. The building is in Via Carpaccio 27, 25124 Brescia and it has a main room, therefore air mattress / mat and sleeping bag will be needed.

In the building there are also 5 toilets and as plenty of sinks. In front of the parish youth club there is also a parking spot.

Getting to Brescia

There are four airports close to Brescia: Milano Bergamo Orio al Serio (BGY), Verona (VRN), Milano Linate (LIN) and Milano Malpensa (MXP).

Option A (recommended)

Milano Bergamo (BGY) is the closest airport to Brescia. A lot of Ryanair’s flights land here, so probably BGY is the cheapest option.

If you land in Milano Bergamo (BGY) Airport (Orio al Serio), you will have different options:

1. By shuttle bus (airport -> Brescia): to reach Brescia, you can take the shuttle bus (timetable here) which takes you to SIA bus station. Tickets available at Autostradale.it point in BGY or at the following link.

2. By train (airport -> Bergamo -> Brescia): once at the airport, take the city bus to Bergamo’s train station (line 1, tickets available at the ATB point in BGY or with the ATB Mobile app). Once here, you will be able to reach Brescia by train

Option B

If you land in Verona (VRN) take the bus towards Verona Porta Nuova railway station (info here. Tickets available here or on the bus (without overprice)). From there, take the train for Brescia (tickets and time-tables on these websites: Trenitalia or Italo. Trenitalia manages regional trains, so it has cheaper options).

Option C

If you land in Milano Linate (LIN) there is a shuttle bus that brings you to Milano Centrale railway station (tickets available at LIN airport or at the following link). After that, you could easily take a train for Brescia (tickets and time-tables on these websites: Trenitalia or Italo. Trenitalia manages regional trains, so it has cheaper options).

Option D (not recommended)

If you land in Milano Malpensa (MXP) you have to reach Milano Centrale railway station either by bus (timetable here) or by train (timetable and tickets here). After that, you could easily take a train for Brescia (tickets and time-tables on these websites: Trenitalia or Italo. Trenitalia manages regional trains, so it has cheaper options).

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Finally, if you travel in a group, you can rent minivans (which are very cheap if you are a group of 8) at this website. They can pick you up from airports and bring you around the city or to the accommodation or the venue too. Luggage is included.

Getting around in Brescia

Public Transit
With a normal ticket, you can do every ride that you want (bus and subway) for 90 minutes since validation of the ticket. Same for 10 rides ticket: if you use bus and then you use another bus or the subway, you don’t need to buy another ticket (if the ticket is still valid). Tickets are available in almost every kiosk and coffee bar.

Taxi