Arrival by car
Verona enjoys a strategic location at the intersection of two major Italian and European communication routes: the north-south Brennero Motorway connects the German-speaking and Mediterranean worlds, while the east-west Serenissima Motorway passes through the Po Valley to link Western Europe to the Balkans and Eastern Europe. Verona is also served by excellent road, rail and air links with the rest of Europe as well as Italy itself.
Verona is at the heart of an important motorway crossroads, served by the A22 Brennero-Modena (north-south, Verona Nord exit) and the A4 Turin-Trieste (Verona Sud exit).
Arrival by train
Verona is served by the an east-west and north-south railway network with connections to major cities on a national and internationally scale. The main railway station is Verona Porta Nuova.
Arrival by air
Verona is served by the “Valerio Catullo” International Airport, which is about 15 kilometres from the city centre. The city is connected with major Italian and European destinations. There are six other airports within a radius of 200 kilometres (Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate, Bergamo Orio al Serio, Venice, Bologna and Treviso).