Verona Airport (VRN)

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Verona Airport

Address37066 Caselle Province of Verona
Airport CodeVRN
Distance to City Center4.83km
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Flying from/to Verona Airport

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Travel from Verona city centre to Verona Airport

The northern Italian city of Verona is famous for inspiring the setting of two of Shakespeare's plays, and visitors will immediately understand why the playwright was so moved by the city. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Verona sits on the Adige River and is a centerpoint for Italian art and culture. Verona's public transportation network is not extensive, and consists of trains and coaches. Verona Airport is also known as Valerio Catullo, Verona Villafranca Airport, and Verona Garda Aeroporti. It is situated 6.25 miles (10 kilometers) southwest of the Verona city centre, and is easily and quickly reached via Verona's network of coaches. 

What's the best way to get to Verona Airport from Verona city centre?

The best way to reach the airport is by coach. The airport's Aerocoach is an efficient, convenient and affordable shuttle coach that takes passengers from Verona Porta Nuova Railway Station to Verona Airport. The Aerocoach begins departures at 5.35 a.m. and from 6.30 a.m. it operates every 20 minutes until 11.30 p.m. The Aerocoach journey takes 15 minutes. Porta Nuova Railway Station is 0.75 miles  (1.2 kilometers) south of Verona's city centre, and this takes roughly 20 minutes to walk. travellers can also take numerous coach lines including 106, 161, 163 and 164 from the Piazza Bra coach station nearer the city centre for ten minutes.

How far is it from Verona city centre to Verona Airport?

The distance between Verona city centre and the airport is roughly 6.25 miles (10 kilometers), and the coach takes a fairly straightforward route, with a travel time similar to that of cars. Driving takes 15 to 18 minutes while the coach takes 20 to 25 minutes. Although these forms of transit use mostly highways, traffic can be of concern in small, popular cities like Verona. It is recommended passengers who are driving or taking the coach leave at least one hour to reach Verona Airport, and more when they are travelling during peak hour.

What facilities are there at Verona Airport?

Verona Airport is a two-terminal airport with many facilities for passengers travelling solo, with friends and family, or for coachiness. Various parking lots are located within a few minutes' walk of the airport, providing uncovered and covered, and long and short stay parking options. There is a coach station right outside the airport for those arriving via public transportation, as well as free WiFi throughout the two terminals. Shopping includes largely Italian designer boutiques and commercial stores. travellers can also get their last fix of Italian food or coffee at the airport's range of restaurants and cafes. 

How accessible is the route for those with limited mobility?

There are reserved and free parking lots for those with disabled parking permits in almost all the carparks at the airport. The carparks and entrances to the departure and arrival terminals feature intercoms where passengers can let the airport know they have arrived, although assistance should be booked at least 48 hours ahead of time. There are elevators to every level, the restaurants are accessible, and depending on the needs of the passengers, they will be assisted through check-in, security, moving around the airport, and boarding the plane. There is a special waiting room in the airport designated for those with limited mobility, to provide a relaxing space in the departures terminal. The Aerocoach has a platform for travellers in wheelchairs and is accessible.

Local tips: how to travel to Verona Airport like a local

Locals take the Aerocoach to the airport, and leave lots of time to get there in case of heavy traffic. Locals enjoy their time waiting for the Aerocoach at the Giardini Raggio di Sole park situated right beside Porta Nuovo Railway Station. Why not grab a slice of famous Italian pizza and enjoy the sunshine on a park bench, enjoying one of the many green areas of this attractive small city. Along the way they may take a moment to appreciate the Statua al Caduti Civili di Guerra, a statue commemorating the war, surrounded by lovely fountains. 

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