About Verona

Verona is one of the largest towns in northern Italy. It is easily accessible from most of the major cities and hubs in Europe. Please visit the following sites for informations concerning flights and trains. Verona in summer has is relatively hot, with an average temperature ranging between 25C and 30C.

Arriving by plane: Verona Airport is small but very busy especially in summertime. Many airlines fly to Verona: British Airways from London Gatwick, Air France from Paris, Lufthansa from Munich and Frankfurt, Alitalia from Rome, AirOne and Meridiana from many other Italian cities and regions, Airdolomiti connects Verona with Spain, Austria and other European countries. Many charter companies fly from Verona to different destinations. From the airport you can easily reach Verona in 20-25 minutes by taxi, bus or rented car. There is a bus departing every 20 minutes and taking you to the train station of Verona. Many hotels arrange transportation from and to the airport. Airport Gabriel D' Annunzio Aeroporto di Montichiari in Brescia is another well connected airport. Shortly after the flight lands you can travel by coach to either nearby town of Brescia or Verona. Shuttle bus no 1 is for Verona City. Journey Time is 45 minutes, return ticket €16. This will bring you to Verona Porta Nuova train station. Other airports in the area are:
- Bergamo (110km, 1:10h by train)
Venezia (130km, 1h by train)
Bologna (140km, 1h by train)
Treviso (150km, 2h by train)
Milano Linate (155km, 2h by train)
Milano Malpensa (195km, 2:30 by train + bus)


Arriving by train: the main train station is Verona Porta Nuova. There are other two small train stations: Verona Porta Vescovo and Verona Parona. Do not use these stations as they are far from the centre. If you try to buy tickets on line from the Trenitalia website they will also list another train station which is Verona/Villafranca. Villafranca is 20 minutes by car from Verona so don’t get off here. At Verona Porta Nuova there are many trains to and from the main Italian and European cities. Public buses and taxis stop outside the main entrance. You can also walk to the centre of Verona but it not exactly a short walk. It also depends where your hotel is located.

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