Though it lacks a Metro or a tram system, Verona's public system of buses is cheap and will get you anywhere you need to go. Otherwise, wander the town on foot or rent a bike to really get a feel for the city. For trips to the airport or train station, taxis are of course another option.
Getting Around Verona
The Azienda Trasporti Verona (ATV) operates local bus services within the city limit. During the winter months, buses operate between 5 AM and 9 PM on weekdays and Saturdays and between 6 AM and 8 PM on Sundays. Hours are slightly extended during the summer months.
One ticket costs €1, or you can purchase a carnet of 10 tickets for €9. For a more economical purchase, opt for a one-day pass, which costs &eurol3.50. There's also a special €4 weekend family ticket that allows for a round-trip journey for a family of four (up to two adults, with children under age 14) on weekends and holidays.
From Porta Nuova, the APTV(Azienda Provinciale Trasporti Verona) operates inter-city buses to the towns surrounding Verona.
On Foot or by Bike
Compact Verona is a very walkable city, with most of the sights and museums either in the city center or just outside. Walking is also the perfect way to discover the city.
Several companies rent bicycles in Verona, and some hotels also offer bike rentals. Biking is a great way to explore some of the neighborhoods a bit further from the city center and the surrounding countryside. The ATV also allows bus passengers to take their bikes with them on special routes to neighboring towns on Saturdays and Sundays through its Bus & Bike program. A return ticket costs €10.
Several taxi companies operate 24-hour service in Verona. Ask at your hotel, the airport or the train station for the phone number of a reliable taxi service.
Taxi stands can also be found at Verona Airport, Porta Nuova station, Piazza Bra, Piazza Erbe, Piazzetta San Giorgio and Piazza San Zeno.