Verona travel guide

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You're Going to Love Verona

With a population of 219,103, Verona is the largest city in Veneto, Italy by the number of inhabitants. It is one of the most popular cities to visit in the country.

Where to Eat in Verona

If you’re looking for affordable options, Trattoria Da Fiore (58 Via Roveggia) and Ristorante Pizzeria Corte del Sole (38 Via Costeggiola) are great picks.

When to visit Verona

Verona in February
Estimated hotel price
1 night at 3-star hotel
Verona in February
Estimated hotel price
1 night at 3-star hotel

Looking for warm weather? Then head to Verona in July, when the average temperature is 23 °C, and the highest can go up to 28 °C. The coldest month, on the other hand, is January, when it can get as cold as -1 °C, with an average temperature of 2 °C. You’re likely to see more rain in July, when precipitation is around 90 mm. In contrast, January is usually the driest month of the year in Verona, with an average rainfall of 30 mm.

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How to Get to Verona


When flying to Verona, you’ll arrive at Verona Airport (VRN), which is located 8 km from the city centre. The shortest flight to Verona from New Zealand departs from Auckland and takes around 42h 35m.


Trenitalia is the most popular train carrier serving Verona, followed by Italotreno. The train journey from Verona to Milan takes 1h 10m and costs around $18 for a one-way ticket. When coming by train from Venice, expect to pay about $28 for a 1h 10m trip. Located 0.2 km from the city centre, Verona Porta Nuova is the busiest station in Verona. Another popular train station is Verona Porta Vescovo, located 2.8 km from the centre.


Another option to get to Verona is to pick up a car hire from Milan, which is about 140 km from Verona. You’ll find branches of NOLEGGIARE and Hertz, among others, in Milan.


Several bus lines operate bus routes to Verona, including FlixBus, Itabus and BlaBlaBus. From Venice, the bus ride to Verona takes 137 km and will cost you around $30. From Bergamo, the ticket costs about $55 for a journey of 137 km. The most popular bus station is Verona Piazza Viviani, located 1.8 km from the city centre of Verona. Verona Via Galvani VII is also a commonly used station, and is 2.0 km from the city centre.

Airports near Verona

Airlines serving Verona

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Where to stay in Verona

From 5-star hotels such as the NH Collection Palazzo Verona to great affordable options like the Novo Hotel Rossi, Verona offers a range of accommodations for every taste. Average rates range from around $200 per night for a double room in a 3-star hotel to $402 and up for a 5-star experience. If you’re on a budget, well-reviewed accommodations include B&B Quo Vadis Arena and B&B Cittadella. There are also lots of holiday rental options in Verona, with prices from $94 to $1,922 per night. Citta Antica is the neighbourhood with the highest amount of rentals to choose from. On average, holiday rentals in Verona are about 1% cheaper than a hotel room in the city.

Where to stay in popular areas of Verona

Most booked hotels in Verona

Leonardo Hotel Verona
Excellent (8.7, Excellent reviews)
Hotel Leopardi
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Hotel Leon D'oro
Excellent (8, Excellent reviews)
B&B Hotel Verona
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Shg Hotel Catullo
Excellent (8, Excellent reviews)
Hotel Maxim
Good (7.3, Good reviews)

Hiring a car in Verona

You’re likely to save money by hiring your car at the airport: locations in the city are, on average, 56% more expensive than at Verona.

Expect to pay $3.24 per litre in Verona (average price from the past 30 days). Depending on the size of your car hire, filling up the tank will cost between $38.77 and $51.70. The most frequently booked car type in Verona is Full-size (Audi A4 Avant or similar). If you’re looking to save money, though, keep in mind that Mini car hire (Fiat 500 or similar) is, on average, 86% cheaper than other car hire types in the city.