Verona Airport
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Verona Airport (VRN)

Getting to and from Verona Airport (VRN)

Getting To Verona Airport

Air passengers with flights from Verona Villafranca Airport have a number of transport options open to them. The airport is well connected by road and therefore car hire, taxi and bus services are plentiful. Verona’s airport does not have its own railway station; however, there is a mainline train station in the city in addition to a bus terminal.

Getting to the airport by Bus

Regular bus services connect the city with the airport. Aerobuses run every 20 minutes from just outside the main train station, which is situated within a 20 minute walk of the historic city centre.

Areobus services begin daily at 6.10 am with a final service leaving the train station at 11.10 pm. Passengers pay around EUR 6.00 for a single ticket. Verona’s main bus terminal can be found just opposite the main train station. From here long-distance coach services connect holiday destinations like South Tyrol and the Italian Dolomites directly to the airport. Buses from Lake Garda, a main tourist draw situated just 10 km out of Verona, also leave daily for Verona Villafranca Airport.

Coach services from South Tyrol can cost as little as EUR 25.00 per person for a single ticket, provided they are booked at least 48 hours in advance. Bolzano and Val Gardena are just two of the direct connections to Verona Villafranca Airport. A return ticket for all destinations costs just EUR 39.00 and children under the age of 5 travel for free. These coaches also cover the destinations of Ortisei and St. Cristina.

Getting to the airport by Train

There is no train station at the airport, but from the city centre it’s just a 20 minute walk to the main train station, from where Aerobuses leave every 20 minutes for the airport.

Travelling from Venice, Milan or Bologna by train passengers should contact the website for Italian railways at, where the best train connections to and from Verona railway station can be found and where it is also possible to book tickets in advance. Super economy, economy and base tickets can vary greatly in price, so it pays to do a little research turning up at the ticket office at the train station. Families can for example benefit from buying a family ticket that allows groups of two to five passengers to save up to 50% on rail travel.

Verona Porta Nova is the main railway station and it connects to favourite Italian holiday destinations like Pisa and Florence via Bologna train station. It is possible to take fast Inter City trains, but for those a seat reservation fee is payable while regional train connections do not require seats to be reserved. On IC trains this fee is EUR 3.00 while on Eurostar Italy trains this reservation fee costs EUR 10.00.

Getting to the airport by Car

Verona Airport has excellent road connections via two motorways, namely the A4 and the A22. Drivers travelling from Brescia, which is located a 75 km or 50 minute drive away, should aim for the Sommacampagna exit and then follow sign-posting to Verona’s airport. Drivers travelling from Bolzano, Trento, Mantova or Vicenza should aim for the Verona Nord exit and then follow sign-posting to Verona’s airport.

Motorists travelling from Trento to the airport in Verona will take ca. one hour to cover the 98 km distance. A car journey from Milan will take approximately one hour and forty minutes for the 140 km distance between the two cities. Montova is located just 48 km from Verona, a car journey that takes roughly 30 minutes depending on the time of day. Motorists travelling from Venice will need around 90 minutes for the 120 km stretch of motorway.

A large number of car rental companies provide car hire to and from Verona Airport and with suppliers like Avis, Auto Europa, Easycar, Europcar, Italy by Car, Hertz, Maggiore and Sixt it is possible to rent a car at a different destination but drop it off at Verona’s airport at the end of the Italian holiday.

Getting to the airport by Taxi

The airport’s taxi rank is located just outside the T2 arrivals hall. Three operators with licences that cover the city to airport route provide efficient, round the clock services.

The taxi fare from the city centre to the airport is around EUR 15.00 to EUR 25.00 and the journey will take just 15 minutes to complete.

It is possible to book taxis in advance by calling one of the authorised operators: Unione Raio Taxi (tel +39 045 532 666), Taxi & Autoblu (tel +39 045 858 1403) and Radiotaxi Catullo (tel +39 045 222 3525), all of which are metered taxis.

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