Whether you're arriving by plane, train or bus, we'll outline how to get from the airport or station to your hotel. Most flights arrive at Verona Airport (also called Valerio Catullo), located southwest of the city. Low-cost carrier Ryanair flies into Breschia Airport (Gabriele D'Annunzio) in neighboring Breschia, about 45 minutes to the west.
Getting Into Verona
Shuttle buses depart the Verona airport for the Verona Porta Nuova train station every 20 minutes from 5:40 AM to 11:10 PM. A one-way ticket costs €4.50. The journey takes about 15 minutes. The train station is about a 20-minute walk from the historic city center.
Shuttle service also runs between Breschia Airport and Porta Nuova train station. Departure times depend on arrival of Ryanair flights. A one-way ticket costs €11 and a round-trip ticket costs &eurol16. The journey takes about 45 minutes.
There is a taxi stand outside the arrivals hall at the Verona airport. Expect the fare to cost around €15-€25 to the city center.
Similarly, taxis are available from the Breschia airport outside the arrivals hall, although fares will be much steeper to the Verona city center.
Arriving by Train
Verona Porta Nuova train station, located at Piazzale XXV Aprile, receives 300 trains each day from Italy and beyond. The station is about halfway between Venice and Milan. Opening hours are 6 AM to midnight. The station is about 20 minutes from the city center on foot.
Buses #11, 12, 13 and 72 run between the train station and Piazza Bra in the center of Verona from Monday to Saturday. On Sundays, take bus #90, 92, 93, 96, 97 or 98. One ticket costs €1.
Arriving by Bus
Most travelers arrive by plane or train, but Porta Nuova is also the site of the main bus terminal. Eurolines is one company that provides bus service to Verona and other major Italian cities.
From Porta Nuova, the APTV (Azienda Provinciale Trasporti Verona) operates inter-city buses to the towns surrounding Verona.