How to reach Verona, the romantic city in Veneto? Let's find out together

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Verona is a city known throughout the world for being the setting for one of William Shakespeare's most moving and beloved tragedies, Romeo and Juliet. Indeed, great attraction for tourists to the beautiful town holds the legendary Juliet's balcony, where lovers can leave a note or phrase that is worth to them as a good luck charm for their romance.

This is a most tender practice, which is also somewhat reminiscent of the Japanese custom of writing one's wishes on strips of paper to be hung on bamboo branches during the summer festival of Tanabata, or Feast of Stars in Love.

Let us also not forget that the entire historic center of Verona has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its unique architecture and romantic and wonderful spots overlooking the Adige River.

Additional point of interest not to miss a visit to magical Verona is the fantastic Arena, a facility where events related to opera and lyrical music are periodically scheduled, as well as concerts.

Visit Italy offers you the exclusive opportunity to discover the fascinating history and legends linked to the magical and monumental Arena, which yearly holds a renowned opera festival.

Verona is easily accessible in various ways and, due to its geographical location, can also be chosen as a starting point for exploring the whole region. Let's go together to see how to reach this incredible city!

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How to reach Verona by car

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If you choose to travel by car, the highway exits to keep in mind are Verona Est and Verona Sud on the A4 and Verona Nord on the A22. If the purpose of your visit to Verona is related to an event held in the fairgrounds, the recommended exit is Verona Sud.

A valid and convenient alternative that we advise you to consider to visit the most picturesque places in Verona and its main tourist attractions calmly and at your own pace is to rely on a service that allows you to rent a car at an advantageous rate.

How to get to Verona by train

Verona Porta Nuova Station

For people who decide to use the train to get to Verona, the reference station is Verona Porta Nuova. The station is well served and connections are frequent, allowing you to choose without particular problems the time you prefer to arrive. The station is very close to the historic center, which can also be reached on foot, but of course buses and cabs are also available for those who need them.

Take advantage of discounts at museums and affiliated commercial activities during the exploration of the romantic and enchanting city of Verona.

You can admire the main tourist attractions and take advantage of numerous benefits reserved for people who purchase the Verona Card.

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How to get to Verona by plane

Verona city

If you prefer to travel by plane or are departing from a location outside of Italy, Verona also has its own airport, Valerio Catullo, located about 12 kilometers from the city center. There are shuttles leaving from the Verona airport, whose destination, however, is the Porta Nuova station, from which, as we have already seen, it is very easy to get around to reach one's destination in the center of the city. Usually, from the airport to the station, the shuttle ride takes about 20 minutes.

How to get around the city

green moving in Verona

Bike sharing and electric scooters rule the city: to best enjoy the fantastic streets of the historic center, full of typical small stores and clubs, green moving is the ideal choice, to have fun without the hassles related to traffic and parking.

An excellent opportunity to admire the sights and visit in depth the most emblematic places of this charming city is to take part in an engaging guided tour accompanied by a local expert guide.

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How to get around Verona by tourist bus

With the ticket offered by Visit Italy, you can benefit from a pass to discover the enchanting views of romantic Verona on board a tourist bus with two available options: access for 24 or 48 hours.

The proposal includes an efficient and innovative audio-guide service in 8 languages.

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