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HOW TO GET TO VERONA: INFORMATION ABUOT TRANSPORT AND TRAFFIC

HOW TO GET TO VERONA: INFORMATION ABOUT TRANSPORT AND TRAFFIC

Verona is located in the very center of northern Italy at the cross road of an important network of transport routes that makes it quick and easy to get there from all main Italian and European cities using all possible means of transport.

From Verona it is also possible to easily and rapidly reach many important tourist destinations in Italy:

  • Lake Garda (23 min)
  • Vicenza (26 min)
  • Milan (1h 22 min)
  • Venice (1h 14 min)
  • Bologna (1 h 12 min)
  • Florence (2 h 22 min)

 

BY TRAIN

Verona is at the crossroad of the Milan-Venice / Brennero-Bologna railways. There are frequent direct trains and fast trains from all the main railway stations located along these two axes.
For those coming to Verona the main railway station is PORTA NUOVA.
From there you can easily reach Verona city center both on foot (20 min), by taxi (5 min) or by bus.
The bus routes for reaching the city centre are: 11, 12, 13, 14, 72 and 73.
For timetables and routes, check out the Azienda Trasporti Verona (ATV)
Web site (https://www.atv.verona.it).
RadioTaxi service is avaiable under telephone (045532666) or sms (3403210021)

VERONA BIKE SHARING

Verona Bike is Verona’s Bike Sharing service, a real public bicycle transport system to be used for short trips.

Easy, practical and ecological, Verona Bike runs 365 days a year, from 6 am to midnight. The first 30 minutes of each use are free for traditional bikes, while the following minutes are charged according to the arranged rates.
For any other information please visit the official website of Verona Bike https://www.bikeverona.it/en/homepage.aspx (only in Italian).

BY CAR

Verona is at the crossroads of two of the most important Italian motorways: the north-south A22 motorway (Modena-Brennero) and the est-west Serenissima A4 (Milano-Venezia).
For those coming for a sightseeing tour of Verona city center or for its exhibition center (Fiera di Verona) the motorway exit is VERONA SUD.
All parking spaces along city roads inside and around Verona city center have a pay and display parking meter system. Fees are 1 or 2 euro per hour depending on the area.
If you are coming to Verona by car and you are not familiar with streets, pedestrian precinct areas, car limited access areas (ZTL), parking spaces and traffic, you might want to consider leaving the car in one of the covered parking lots just outside the city center: Parcheggio Cittadella, Parcheggio Arena, Parcheggio Centro.
They are all close to piazza Bra.

BY AIRPLANE

Verona international airport CATULLO in Villafranca is situated approximately 12 Km from the city centre.
There is a shuttle bus service to and from the airport every 20 minutes approx. from 6.10 am to 11.30 pm. The airport shuttle bus terminal is outside Porta Nuova railway station. From there you can easily get to every destination in Verona both by bus or taxi.
To get to Verona city centre in maximum comfort, take a taxi or book Verona Airport transfers. Travel by car takes 20 minutes and costs EUR 44 for an Economy-class vehicle and EUR 54 for a minibus up to 7 passengers.

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