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Verona Travel Guide


Traveling to Verona is very easy because there are many transportation options at affordable prices. This city is well-connected to Italy trough north-south and east-west routes. Airplanes, buses, trains, taxis and car among other means of transport are available for locals and foreigners.

Cars and Buses

Although everything is in the center of Verona, you will probably need to use the A4 Motorway SERENISSIMA (Milan/Venice, exit for the city centre: Verona Sud) or the A22 Motorway Brennero-Modena (exit: Verona Nord). If you want to visit Verona countryside, we recommend you to hire a car.


The best way to travel around Europe is by train because you won’t miss a thing. Beautiful landscapes, daybreaks, dusks and so on. VERONA PORTA NUOVA is the most important railway station, transporting 25 million passengers per year. Their main lines are Milan, Venice, Bologna and the Brenner this station also provide passenger services at its platform level. For further information call: Tel: 147-888088 from 7.00 am to 9.00 pm


10km south-west from the city center is CATULLO, the international airport of Verona. Tel: 0458095666, from 6:00 am. to 12:00 pm. There is a bus service at the airport, which departs every 20 minutes, and that transports passengers from 6.10 am to 11.30 pm (for further information Tel: 0458004129). The terminal of the bus service is outside Porta Nuova Railway station. In case you need flight information: Tel: 8095666 from 6.00 am to 11.30 pm

Here some motorway distances between Verona and other cities

Trento km. 103
Bolzano km. 157
Vicenza km. 51
Venice km. 114
Brescia km. 68
Milan km. 161
Bologna km. 142
Florence km. 230

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