|Distance||115 miles (186 km)|
|Average bus duration||4 h 10 min|
|Average bus ticket price||$26 (€21)|
|Bus providers||Flixbus, BlaBlaCar, Baltour or Marino Autolinee|
Buses from Verona to Florence cover the 115 miles (186 km) long journey taking on average 4 h 10 min with our travel partners like Flixbus, BlaBlaCar, Baltour or Marino Autolinee. There are direct bus services available. While the average ticket price for this trip costs around $26 (€21), you can find the cheapest bus ticket for as low as $20 (€16). Travelers depart most frequently from Verona Porta Nuova and arrive in Florence, Villa Costanza Tram T1.
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There are a handful of options to passengers who are looking for buses from Verona to Florence. The south-bound journey, which is roughly about 153 miles (247 km), takes between just over 4h to just over 5h, depending upon the selected bus provider. Fortunately, there are at least a couple of potential options available to travelers each day of the week, including on both Saturdays and Sundays.
The available buses from Verona to Florence do not vary too significantly with regard to duration. Passengers will find that one bus company may complete the journey in about 4h 15min and the other may take about 5h 15min; whether the shorter or longer service is chosen, there will still be one transfer that needs to be made in Bologna.
On average, passengers looking to travel by buses from Verona to Florence will have about 14 options from which to choose each week. The routes that are made available for the journey run every day and there are at least two services daily that are operated by at least two bus companies. Typically, the routes are run in the evening, so there are no morning or afternoon services. Of the ones that run at night, the earliest departure time is around 9:15 p.m. and the latest departure time is around 9:25 p.m.
Departure bus station: Buses from Verona to Florence will depart from Verona Stazione Porta Nuova. To get here from the city center, there are taxi and ride share options available. The trip, which is about 1 mile (1.6 km) typically takes about 6min. There are also public transportation options available: buses 12, 13, 51, 90 and 98, among others, are operated by ATV and will take about 13min. At the station, there are restrooms, ticket desks, ATMs and shops.
Arrival bus station: There are two arrivals stations servicing the buses that come to Florence from Verona: Piazzale Montelungo and Villa Costanza, Tram T1. To get to the city center from Piazzale Montelungo, you can hop on GEST’s T1.1 tram from Fortezza and head toward Villa Costanza—hop off at Valfonda – Stazione Santa Maria Novella. Via taxi or ride share, the roughly 3.9 mile (6.3 km) route takes about 15min. From Villa Costanza, the city center is 6.4 miles (10.3 km). By taxi or ride share, the trip takes about 25min; public transportation options, like the GEST’s T1.3 tram will put you at Valfonda – Stazione Santa Maria Novella in about 41min. At both arrivals destinations there are restrooms and access to public transportation.
There are two bus companies that provide passengers with options for buses from Verona to Florence: MarinoBus and FlixBus. The schedule of services offered by both companies are very similar. However, even though both buses depart Verona at roughly the same time, and both require a transfer in Bologna, there is a one-hour difference between the arrival times for the services, primarily due to the duration of the transfer and the locations of the different arrivals stations. While Trenitalia may appear to have bus services, the routes that are operated by the company actually have passengers on a train for the beginning and the end of the trip, only spending the middle part of the journey on a bus.
MarinoBus offers passengers a single daily option from Verona, in the northern part of Italy, to Florence, which sits at the heart of Tuscany. The schedule accommodates service consistently during the week and through the weekends. Buses typically depart Verona from Verona Stazione Porta Nuova and then arrive in Florence at Villa Costanza. Journeys often take roughly about 4h 15min from end-to-end with a single transfer in Bologna at Bologna Autostazione, a little more than half-way through the trip. The transfer usually takes around 20min. Buses typically depart around 9:15 p.m. or, alternately, around 9:20 p.m., then they arrive in Florence around 1:30 a.m. If a passenger requires a refund, the refund request must be made formally online and, once processed, a refund of the ticket price, less a 30% deduction will be made.
FlixBus has a single, daily route that it runs from the northern city of Verona to the Tuscan city of Florence at the heart of Italy. Passengers will find that the option conveniently runs a consistent service, departing from Verona Stazione Porta Nuova at the same time each day of the week, including weekends. Departing at roughly 9:25 p.m., the bus will make a single stop at Bologna Autostazione in Bologna, at which point a transfer is required. The transfer, which takes place a little after half-way through the trip, will typically take about 1h 50min. The bus will pull into Florence’s Piazzale Montelungo around 2:40 a.m., completing the full journey in about 5h 15min. Passengers can cancel their ticket any time up until 15min prior to the departure time. All reimbursements made for cancellations will be granted in the form of a voucher worth the amount of the refund and valid for 12 months; passengers cancelling their ticket 30 days or more in advance of the travel date will get a voucher for the full amount, but cancellations made any time after the 30-day mark will incur a fee and that will be reflected by the value of the voucher.
Both of the companies that provide service for buses from Verona to Florence offer passengers free wi-fi for the journey; however, with regard to luggage, the providers differ slightly. FlixBus’s generous policy allows customers to bring along one larger bag, to be checked, which cannot weigh more than 50lbs (23kg). A smaller carry-on bag is also allowed—it cannot weigh more than 25lbs (11kg). What’s more, there are bike racks on some of the buses, and a full-sized bike can be accommodated as long as a rack spot is reserved an paid for in advance. Unfortunately, pets are not allow on FlixBus’s routes. With regard to luggage, MarinoBus allows passengers to bring one small carry-on bag and two checked bags, each weighing no more than 26lbs (12kg). To bring a bike along on a MarinoBus trip, passengers can replace one of the checked bags with a disassembled bike, which is placed in a container, for a fee. Additionally, the service provider does allow passengers to bring a pet; pets must weigh less than 22lbs (10kg) and a ticket must be purchased for them in advance. Both FlixBus and MarinoBus are happy to accommodate passengers with mobility impairments who require the assistance of a guide dog; there is no fee for the guide dog’s travel. Additional accommodations, for those who need wheelchairs, can also be made. To arrange for these, the bus companies ask that passengers reach out regarding their requirements prior to the time of the journey.
There are a few bus stations in Verona to start your route from including Verona, Piazza Bra, Verona, Verona Villafranca Airport (VRN) and Verona, Viale Cardinale Girolamo. In Florence you have a few bus station options to choose from for your arrival including Florence, Villa Costanza Tram T1, Florence, Viale Filippo Strozzi and Florence, Santa Caterina D'Alessandria.
Omio customers traveling this route depart most frequently from Verona Porta Nuova and arrive in Florence, Villa Costanza Tram T1.
You can find the most popular departure bus station for this journey, Verona Porta Nuova, located approximately 1 mile (s) / 1 km from the city center of Verona. The most popular arrival bus station in Florence, called Florence, Villa Costanza Tram T1, is located around 4 mile (s) / 6 km away from its city center.
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