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8 months 2 weeks ago #68754

I was going to suggest something similar. The tickets are the same price as the blue ones but are obviously closer to the middle. That is also the side of the stand that is closer to the Prosecco bar as I recall.

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8 months 1 week ago #68757

banjaxed wrote: The Ticketone site has a graphic that shows the "Visitors" section. I bought tickets in Tribuna Ovest (West Stand), Verde A.


We picked up tickets for here as well.

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8 months 1 week ago #68758

EnricoPalazzo wrote:

banjaxed wrote: The Ticketone site has a graphic that shows the "Visitors" section. I bought tickets in Tribuna Ovest (West Stand), Verde A.


We picked up tickets for here as well.


I'm thinking that the Visitors/Home refers to the dugouts

we're another 4 for there, as well

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8 months 1 week ago #68759

Any time I went to a game in Treviso which is one of the best away weekends in the URC, always bought for the West Stand. As others say, the bar is underneath that stand.

For any Treviso newbies, you get the no9 bus out to the ground. You can buy tickets in the "Tabac" next door to the Celtic Pub (does close for a long Italian lunch, so note opening times!)

moovitapp.com/index/en/public_transit-li...083-1203694-752920-5

There used to be a stop outside the Celtic Pub, but the route has changed slightly. Nearest stop to the Continental and Carlton hotels seems to be Viale Bandiera and you get off at Emilia Bar Rok or Naz Unite Biv. v Germania.

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8 months 1 week ago #68760

In the process of completing the Italian Passenger Locator Form now.
Unlike the Irish one (no longer required), it doesn't seem to be the kind of thing you can fill in in a panic at the airport, but also it doesn't seem to have the nonsensical rule about not filling it in more than 72 hours in advance, so maybe best to get started :-)

app.euplf.eu/#/

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8 months 1 week ago #68761

Any particular row or column that's popular? I might need someone seated nearby to hold my prosecco since they give it to you in two pint glasses.

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8 months 1 week ago #68763

we're in verde A, on the side of the walkway closer to the end line.

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8 months 1 week ago #68764

pinky wrote: In the process of completing the Italian Passenger Locator Form now.
Unlike the Irish one (no longer required), it doesn't seem to be the kind of thing you can fill in in a panic at the airport, but also it doesn't seem to have the nonsensical rule about not filling it in more than 72 hours in advance, so maybe best to get started :-)


And stealing data from friendly fellow passengers?

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8 months 1 week ago #68765

Until 31 March 2022, for shows open to the public that take place indoors or outdoors, in theatres, concert halls, cinemas, entertainment and live music venues and other assimilated premises, as well as for competitions and sporting events that take place indoors or outdoors, it is compulsory to wear FFP2 type respiratory protective devices (masks).


So looks like we won't need one of those at the match, but it doesn't say what the rules are for April so probably best to keep an FFP2 handy. They also seem to be required for the planes and airports anyway.

infocovid.viaggiaresicuri.it/returningtoitaly.html

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8 months 1 week ago #68767

pinky wrote: Any particular row or column that's popular? I might need someone seated nearby to hold my prosecco since they give it to you in two pint glasses.


I got Row A, 30 & 31.
But looking at the weather forecast I'm now wishing that we were further back, under the roof of the stand!
50% chance of rain Saturday in Treviso.

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8 months 1 week ago #68768

I went for Row C.
Great value tickets but man they really make you work for them. At least I know my Italian Tax Designation now. I thought for a while they'd make me draw my own QR code.

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8 months 6 days ago #68769

Went for Row C * 2. I hear you Pinky on the fun of getting the tickets!!
PLF filled out, Checked in for Flight, now just to get through the current mess in Dublin Airport on Friday Morning!!! (CC) (CC) (CC)

Not long to go, see ye in Treviso!!!

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8 months 6 days ago #68770

Hi lads I'm a big Father Ted fan (and Benetton fan). I'll be in Monigo for the match, feel free to ask me anything if ye find something unclear with how things work here in Italy in relation to getting to the stadium etc. (I'm Italian)! Although they're easing some restrictions as from April 1st, best to bring a FFP2 mask! See ye there... Drink! Feck!

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8 months 4 days ago #68771

I need a favour please. I am going to Italy later in April and I'm trying to get my head around the covid requirements.

I am double vaxed (over 9 months ago), not boosted but I have a covid recovery cert from within 6 months.

Can I eat inside in a bar or restaurant with my recovery cert? I have been Googling and I have read some conflicting information regarding green certs and super green certs etc.

If someone who travelled to the game could clarify it for me, I'd be grateful.

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8 months 2 days ago #68772

Hi Tom
for eating in a table outside you won't need any "green pass", as we call it here in Italy. However, when eating or drinking inside they will normally check your green pass QR through an app you can also download yourself, to check the validity of your cert, as long as it has a QR code in it. It is called "VerificaC19" and you'll find it on the app stores. Anyway with your 2 jabs + recovery you should be allowed to dine in. To get a QR code to prove it would definitely ease up the process as you'd just check "valid" on the aforementioned app without having to explain all the story to the waiter.
Hope this helps!
See ye next year at The Sportsground!

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8 months 2 days ago #68773

tomsauce2000 wrote: I need a favour please. I am going to Italy later in April and I'm trying to get my head around the covid requirements.

I am double vaxed (over 9 months ago), not boosted but I have a covid recovery cert from within 6 months.

Can I eat inside in a bar or restaurant with my recovery cert? I have been Googling and I have read some conflicting information regarding green certs and super green certs etc.

If someone who travelled to the game could clarify it for me, I'd be grateful.

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From what I remember, The recovery certs are valid up to 180 days in Italy. Over the weekend Italy relaxed some of their rules. We had no issues with our passes working on the Irish covid app, FP2 Masks were required for travelling.

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