|Distance||91 miles (146 km)|
|Available travel modes||Train|
|Fastest mode||Train • $15 (€13) • 2 h 28 min|
|Popular travel companies||Regionale|
Travel 91 miles (146 km) by train between Verona and Pavia. Regionale is the main travel company operating this route. Travelers can even take a direct from Verona to Pavia.
Pavia in Lombardy is an historic university city and a popular tourist destination. Visitors or business travelers in northern Italy planning to travel from Verona to Pavia using the fastest public transport option are essentially limited to train connections, with no direct bus routes between the two cities. Rail schedules operated by the national rail company Trenitalia offer connections seven days a week and include a daily direct train service taking just under two hours. Additional indirect routes requiring a change in Milan operate frequently, taking a few minutes longer for the high-speed connections and about 30 minutes longer for slower routes.
Trains from Verona to Pavia offer the cheapest travel option for this trip west from the Veneto city to Lombardy. Dynamic pricing for Italian rail tickets means it is possible to find very economical fares by booking well in advance. Italy's national rail operator Trenitalia provides all the rail services from Verona to Pavia, with one daily direct train daily and hourly indirect connections requiring a change in Milan. Journey times for direct trains and for those indirect Frecciarossa services that use the high-speed network are just under two hours. Total journey times for indirect routes using slower trains mostly average around two hours and 15 minutes. Trenitalia services depart from Porta Nuova or Porta Vescovo stations in Verona. There are no direct bus routes between the two cities. Using direct buses from Verona to Milan and completing the journey to Pavia by rail is an option, but the combined fares for bus and train rides will usually be more expensive than a direct train journey.
Trenitalia's daily direct train from Porta Nuova station in Verona to Pavia offers the fastest way to complete the trip west across northern Italy. This journey uses the high-speed rail network, and the Frecciarossa train takes one hour and 53 minutes to cover the 120-mile (190 km) route with travel speeds in excess of 250 mph (400 km/h) on some stretches of the line. Although there is only one direct train a day, departing in the late afternoon, several indirect connections also use the high-speed Frecciarossa trains, with total journey times of just under two hours, including the time spent in transit between connecting trains at Milan Lambrate station. The slowest connections using Regionale or Intercity trains can take around two hours and 30 minutes to reach Pavia. Travelers opting to combine a direct bus trip from Verona to Milan and a train journey from Milan onwards to Pavia can anticipate a total journey time in excess of three hours.
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Italy's national rail operator, Trenitalia, provides one direct train daily from Verona to Pavia, seven days a week. This train departs from Porta Nuova station in the late afternoon. Indirect services operate via Milan Lambrate station, leaving Verona from early morning until late evening, with an hourly service throughout the day. Direct trains and some indirect services use Frecciarossa express connections on Italy's high-speed rail network. The majority of trains from Verona depart from the main Porta Nuova station, although some services leave from the smaller Porta Vescovo terminus. Trains from Verona arrive at the main station in Pavia, about ten minutes walk west of the city center, with local bus services available from the station entrance making the short trip downtown.
Although there are no direct bus connections from Verona to Pavia, travelers who prefer to make part of the trip by road could opt to book a bus to Milan on the Omio site, and travel onward to Pavia by train. Flixbus provides between five and nine daily direct bus departures from Verona Porta Nuova station to Milan Autostazione Lampugnano, taking around two hours and 20 minutes. Departure times usually include morning and evening options. From Milan there are frequent daily direct rail connections to Pavia, taking between 20 and 30 minutes to reach the university city, so total journey times for this option are over three hours, allowing for transfers and depending on traffic conditions.
Travel to Pavia from Verona by taking a train.
Traveling by train is also the quickest way from Verona to Pavia. It takes on average 2 h 28 min to travel this journey.
The distance is approximately 91 miles (146 km) from Verona to Pavia.
The average frequency per day from Verona to Pavia is:
However, we recommend checking specific travel dates for your trip to Pavia from Verona as scheduled services by train can vary by season or day of the week.
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