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Arriving in Verona


There is a daily shuttle service that operates between Verona Aerobus and Verona Porta Nuova train station. The shuttle operates every 20 minutes throughout most of the day and takes only 15 minutes.


Buses arrive at the front of the train station making it easy for visitors to continue further journeys, or use the public transport from the station to final destination.


Verona Airport is only 12km from Verona, meaning a quick journey from the airport to the city by taxi or car.

Traveling around Verona

As a general rule, as a tourist in Verona you won't need to rent a car to get around and are unlikely to need to use the bus to get around Verona. The central city area of Verona is small and easily accessible by foot. However, if you wish to visit nearby Lake Garda or other areas surrounding Verona, you may wish to take a train or consider a rental car.

About Verona

A beautiful city of art and culture, Verona is famous for being the setting of Romeo and Juliet and lives up to its romantic reputation. Dotted around the city are Roman ruins, medieval vestiges, exquisite palaces and picturesque churches. If you enjoy history and impressive architecture it is worth making a visit to Old Verona, which is second only to Rome in its preservation of Roman antiquities.

Quick Guide to Verona

Must Know: Verona Airport is the closest airport and only 12km south-west of Verona.

Must See: Basilica of San Zeno, Arena Di Verona, Castelvecchio.

Must Do: While visiting Verona, visitors should make a visit to Juliet's balcony in the centro storico, Via Cappello

Did You Know: As well as Romeo and Juliet, Verona is the setting to Shakespeare's plays the Two Gentlemen of Verona, and The Taming of the Shrew.


Important Stations and Airports for this Journey

Verona Porta Vescovo
Verona Porta Nuova
Verona, Stazione FS Porta Nuova, fermata Eurolines
VERONA-V.Girolamo-Staz.FS P.N.
Bv. S. Lucia (vr)

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the airport and what is the best way to get there?
The airport is served by the Aerobus – an express bus connecting the airport to the city of Verona.