Guesthouses & B&Bs
The Veneto cities and the Euganian
hills appear to have a great number of this type of accommodation we suggest that you search for your needs in this sequence:
- use Hotels.com
- look at the web sites of the villages you are interested in (see our Verona Bike Guide table)
- Google "Bed and Breakfast" plus the name of the Veneto town/village in question.
Apartments & agriturismos
Generally you need to
book an apartment for 3 or more days, probably a week in high season,
but for a family with young children this can be a great way of enjoying
the area. If you choose an apartment in one of the larger places such
as Verona or Padua, then with a little planning you could use the trains
to get back at the end of each day's ride and so avoid having to carry
rural accommodation that is often of a very high standard and is a good
option for anyone wanting a peaceful place to spend the night, provided
they have their own transport - not a problem for cyclists. We have
discovered an agriturismo booking service that has a broad reach.
We are not experts on
campsites and there are few in the area of this bike route. However,
you will find more by the lakes to the west of Verona and along the
coast leading up to Venice. EuroCamping offers campsites in all these areas.