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Buses to and from Verona Airport (VRN)

Getting To Verona Airport By Bus

Regular buses from Verona Airport run at 20 minute intervals between the airport and the city’s main train station, leaving from just outside the terminals. Aerobuses also leave every 20 minutes from just outside the main train station, which is located within a 20 minute walk of Verona’s historic centre.

Areobuses start their service daily in the mornings at 6.10 am with a final bus leaving the train station at 11.10 pm at night. A ticket costs around EUR 6.00 for a one-way journey. Just opposite the main train statin is Verona’s main bus terminal from where long-distance coaches leave regularly for holiday destinations like South Tyrol and the Italian Dolomites. Buses from Verona Airport also leave for Lake Garda, which is situated just 10 km out of Verona’s city centre.

Verona Airport buses to South Tyrol cost as little as EUR 25.00 per person for a single ticket, but must be booked at least 48 hours in advance. For return tickets passengers pay just UR 39.00 for all destinations. Children under the age of 5 travel for free on these long-distances buses.

Bolzano at the foot of the Alps and Val Gardena are just two of the direct buses from Verona Villafranca Airport passengers can choose. Destinations like Ortisei and St. Cristina are also included. These Verona Villafranca Airport buses leave 3 times on Saturdays and Sundays, once on Mondays, once on Thursdays and once per day on Fridays between 3rd December 2012 and 14th April 2013, the main skiing season. These buses also connect to the airports in Bergamo in Italy and in Innsbruck in Tyrol, which is located in western Austria.

Aerobuses are operated by ATV, the company for public transport of Verona. For frequent flyers or people who work at Verona Villafranca Airport it is far cheaper to buy a monthly bus pass, which costs just EUR 52.00.

Once a single or return ticket for the buses from Verona Airport has been purchased, it is valid for 75 minutes on all Verona city lines. Passengers wishing to check for city destinations can contact the ATV Aerobus operator on tel +39 045 805 7922 or go online to visit http://www.atv.verona.it for further information.

During the winter months, starting from 8th December 2012 and running until 7th April 2013, the Fly Ski Shuttle service, otherwise known as Verona Airport buses to the ski resorts, leaves twice on Saturdays and once on Sundays for the slopes of the Trentino-Dolomites. These Verona Airport buses leave for Val di Fassa, Val di Fiemme, San Martino di Castrozza, Val di Sole-Tonale, Folgaria-Lavarone, Paganella, Bondone, Madonna di Campiglio-Pinzolo-Folgarida at exceptionally low rates of just EUR 19.00 for a one-way ticket and EUR 32.00 for a return fare. For children under the age of 12 a fare applies but 1 child goes free if accompanied by 2 paying adults.

A Fly Ski Shuttle desk and hostess are located at the airport. Passengers must have booked their tickets by the Thursday prior to the date of travel and show their ticket to the hostess at the airport, who will then show the passenger to their bus.

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