Located in the north of Italy, in the Veneto region, Verona is easy to reach thanks to the nearby motorways, the train station served by local and mainline trains and the international airport.

Verona-Villafranca airport: few international and national flights land to Verona airport, located 15’ by bus from the main Railway Station. Buses to/from the airport are scheduled every 20’.

For information: www.aeroportoverona.it

Verona is also well connected by train to Milan-Malpensa, Milan-Linate, Venice and Bergamo-Orio al Serio. If your flight arrives to one of these international airports you can take direct trains to Verona-Porta Nuova.


Verona is linked to the main Italian cities by the Trenitalia lines.

Visit www.trenitalia.com and make your online reservation. Ticket counters are also available at each railway station.

Verona lies at the crossroads of two motorways: the A22 from Austria and the A4 which links Milan and Venice.

Distances to Verona by motorway:

Trento km. 103, Bolzano km. 157, Vicenza km. 51, Venice km. 114, Brescia km. 68, Milan km. 161, Bologna km. 142, Florence km. 230.


So the city is conveniently located for anyone travelling by car or coach. Many coach services call at Verona, including Flixbus.