Verona can be easily reached by using:
- the A4 Serenissima Milan -Venice motorway, exiting at Verona Sud.
- the A22 Brenner - Modena motorway, reaching the intersection with the A4 heading towards Venice and exiting at Verona Sud.
Once at the motorway exit, follow the signs indicating "tutte le direzioni" (all directions), then those for the city centre.
Approximate distance from Verona by motorway:
Vicenza 51 km
Venice 114 km
Florence 230 km
Brescia 68 km
Bologna 142 km
Rome 600 km
Padua 84 km
Bolzano 157 km
Naples 800 km
Trento 103 km
Milan 161 km
The city centre is linked with the surrounding towns and Lake Garda by a public bus service.
The bus terminus is in the square in front of Verona Porta Nuova railway station.
For timetables and routes, check out the Azienda Trasporti Verona (ATV) Web site.
The main railway station is VERONA PORTA NUOVA, at the junction of the Milan – Venice and Brenner – Rome railway lines.
There are connections with all the main Italian railway stations throughout the day with various types of trains: through trains, Intercity and Eurostar.
Approximate travelling times with high-speed trains: from Padua 45 minutes; from Vicenza 25 minutes; from Venice 70 minutes; from Milan 80 minutes; from Rome 4 hours and 10 minutes, or 2 hours and 50 minutes without changing trains.
At the railway station, buses can be taken to the city centre, stopping at Piazza Bra, the central square in which the Arena Amphitheatre is located.
The bus routes for reaching the city centre are: 11, 12, 13, 14, 72 and 73.