Verona is located in the heart of Veneto, one of the leading Italian regions in poultry production; this area, along with Lombardia and Emilia-Romagna (neighboring regions), represents one of the most important areas for poultry farming in Europe.
This city is a dynamic economic centre, but also a cultural centre and a wine and gastronomy capital.
Its restaurants, its embankment, its antique buildings, its concerts and exhibitions: meeting and staying in Verona means enjoying a superior quality of life.
A city of unique beauty, witness to thousands of years of history, Verona is a modern business and trade centre.
HOW TO REACH VERONA
Verona VALERIO CATULLO airport is about 12 kilometers from the city center.
Verona is connected with daily scheduled flights to major Italian cities and major European cities and hubs and with numerous charter flights. More information on airlines, destinations and schedules here.
• Valerio Catullo Airport, Verona
• Gabriele D’Annunzio Airport, Brescia
• Marco Polo Airport, Venice
• Orio al Serio Airport, Bergamo
• Linate and Malpensa Airport, Milan
By shuttle bus
From Verona airport, the shuttle bus takes about twenty minutes to get to the Train Station Porta Nuova from where, on foot, by cab or by bus, you can reach your destinations in the city. More information about the shuttle bus Verona Airport Buses - Routes, Times & Fares (verona-airport.com).
The main railway station is VERONA PORTA NUOVA, more information on destinations and schedules here.
From here, you can reach the city center or the exhibition center quickly on foot (approx. 20 minutes), by taxi, or public bus.
Useful contacts – Railway Station:
• Trenitalia Web Site: www.trenitalia.it
For private cars there are numerous restrictions on circulation and parking in the historic center (ZTL). There are time bands of free access to the ZTL. More information here.
Useful contacts – Taxi Service:
• Radiotaxi Call Center – +39 045 532666 24h including holidays
• Web Site: www.radiotaxiverona.it