Cheap flights to Verona
Famous for its artistic heritage and immortalised in classic literature, this iconic Italian destination has become synonymous with passion and romance. The setting for Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, northern Italy's Verona is a city crafted for entwined, star-crossed lovers, where art and scenery melt into one. Enclosing the Adige River, the city combines peaceful, rustic beauty with all the vigour and vitality of the river that runs through its centre. A glorious reminder of an age gone by, Verona's traditional appearance is one of its greatest charms, rich in archaeology and winding streets, its existence steeped in history. Understandably a city popular amongst young romantics, there is plenty to do for travellers of all ages, from solo explorers wanting a unique city experience, to families looking for a true taste of Italy. Use the 'Book Now' tool to the left to start checking out available cheap flights to Verona so you can start planning your Italian getaway.
- Flight frequency: Daily
- Currency: EUR (€)
- Population: 265,410
Overview of Verona
Being a World Heritage Site, Verona has echoes of the past throughout the city, and despite being bombed during World War II, its character thankfully remains intact. Armed with a map and compass, Verona is a wonderful maze to get lost in, with historical buildings, museums and churches seemingly around every corner. The Roman arena and beautiful churches give an enlightening look back at Italian history. The Tombs of Scaligero, located by Santa Maria Antica Church, hold the bodies of Verona's 14th Century rulers, and the Castelvecchio castle also looks after the city's main art gallery. For those planning to visit a number of Verona's attractions, a 'Verona Card' can be purchased, granting entrance to a number of the city's enticements for a much-reduced price. Having its own airport just 3 miles from its centre, Verona is an easy city to reach. An Aerobus service links Verona with its airport, with regular journeys taking around 15 minutes. The city centre has a bus service, but given the size and the number of narrow streets, Verona is best experienced on foot. Being in the north-east region of Italy, Verona can be used as a base to visit two of Italy's other premier destinations - Lake Garda is around 20 minutes by train and Venice around an hour (plus a short boat trip!). The main train station, Porta Nuova, is a 20 minute walk from the centre of Verona, best reached by bus.
The shopping in Verona ticks all the boxes, from traditional antiques to premium fashion stores. Via Mazzini, close to Piazza BrÃ¡, is the place to find the cream of Italy's fashion stores, including Gucci and Louis Vuitton. For a more rustic experience, Piazza Erbe has a market selling clothes and food and is a wonderful way to pass the time whilst finding some authentic Veronese souvenirs. Piazza San Zeno has an antique market, with goods on offer ranging from trinkets to furniture and even motor vehicles. Anyone wanting to bring back a bottle of something Veronese should seek out one of the city's many wine stockists, where friendly and enthusiastic proprietors will gladly recommend a bottle so you can take a taste of Verona home with you. Bear in mind that many of Verona's shops are closed on Sundays, so save that day for other attractions.
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Italy's mini-Rome attracts lovers and general visitors from around the globe, all eager to wander around one of the world's most historical destinations. With hundreds of hotels in Verona, ranging from the luxurious to the cheap-and-cheerful, you will find accommodation just right for your budget, and the city's attractions right outside your door.
Travel to and from Verona Villafranca Airport
IATA code: VRN
Name: Verona Villafranca Airport
Address: 37066 Caselle VR, Italy
Telephone: +39 045 809 5666
Verona Villafranca Airport has nearly 5000 parking spaces available 24/7 for a fee, all within walking distance of the airport itself.
The city of Verona is approximately 20 minutes away by public transport. An Aerobus service departs three times per hour, from the airport to Verona Porta Nuova rail station, at a cost of €6.
Taxis are plentiful, and the main rank can be found close to the Arrivals exit. A 25 minute journey will cost around €50. Taxi and Autoblu, Unione Radio and Radiotaxi Catullo all operate out of the airport. To avoid the queues, taxis can be pre-booked via the Verona airport website.
Car hire is available from several firms at Verona Airport itself. Booking in advance is advisable, although there is usually an ample selection of motor vehicles available.
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