Verona is easily reached by taking:
- the A4 Motorway SERENISSIMA, Milan-Venice, exit Verona Sud.
- or by taking the A22 Motorway Brennero-Modena, followed by the A4 Motorway Milan-Venice, direction Venice, exit Verona Sud.
Then follow the signs for all directions ('tutte le direzioni) followed by the signs for the city centre.
Approximative distances from Verona by Motorways:
Vicenza km 51 Venezia km 114 Florence km 230
Brescia km 68 Bologna km 142 Rome km 600
Padova km 84 Bolzano km 157 Naples km 800
Trento km 103 Milan km 161
The city centre is linked to the surrounding towns and villages, as well as Lake Garda, by a public transport bus service (the buses are blue in colour) which can be accessed at the bus station, situated directly opposite the train station (APTV Service). Click here for timetables and routes.
The main railway station is VERONA PORTA NUOVA, which is the crossroads of both the Milan - Venice line and the Brennero - Rome line.
There are direct trains and InterCity trains from all the main railway stations in the north of Italy throughout the day.
Duration of trip : from Padua 40 minutes; from Vicenza 30 minutes; from Venice 1½ hours; from Milan 2 hours and from Rome 5 hours.
City buses can be taken from the train station to the city centre and arrive in Piazza Bra, the central square where the Arena Amphitheatre is found.
The Bus numbers are 11, 12, 13, 14, 72 and 73.
Verona's international Airport Catullo in Villafranca is situated approximately 10 km S-W of the city centre.
There is a shuttle bus service to and from the airport approximately every 20 minutes from 06.10 to 23.30.
The airport bus terminal is outside Porta Nuova Railway Station.
Brescia Montichiari Airport which is situated approximately 52 kilometres from Verona, is also linked to Verona Porta Nuova Train station by a shuttle bus which runs approximately twice a day, in the morning and in the evening. Again the bus terminal is outside Porta Nuova Railway Station.