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Departure Thu, 10 Oct Return Thu, 17 Oct
STN London
VRN Verona
return from £27
Departure Mon, 07 Oct Return Mon, 14 Oct
BHX Birmingham
VRN Verona
return from £81
Departure Sat, 21 Sep Return Sat, 28 Sep
MAN Manchester
VRN Verona
return from £313
Departure Tue, 01 Oct Return Mon, 07 Oct
CWL Cardiff
VRN Verona
return from £179
Popular flight routes to Verona
London - Verona
return from £27
Birmingham - Verona
return from £50
Cardiff - Verona
return from £206
Dublin - Verona
return from £112
Bristol - Verona
return from £267
Malta - Verona
return from £222

Trips to Verona

Verona travel

The beautiful city of Verona boasts stunning ruins, monumental landmarks and an ancient culture. Its history dates from prehistoric times and, gradually, it has developed into a prosperous trading town under the rule of the Scaligers. Its development was progressive and, over a span of 2,000 years, it was built up into a fortified town with different elements of outstanding architecture. Today, Verona is a popular tourist destination offering many points of interest to visitors. It is understandable why there are numerous flights to Verona for it is a destination that sees action day in and out. Check out our offers flight + hotel to Verona!

Things to do and places to see in Verona

Verona is an interesting urban centre featuring many historical sites, remarkable architecture and of course, the famous setting of the tragic love story of Romeo and Juliet. The city is, however, more than this. Visit museums, stroll through quaint piazzas, explore ruins and gape at castles. Discover epicurean delights at the restaurants in the city or just hang out like the locals do at a pub. From shopping to cultural tours, holidaymakers on cheap flights to Verona will have plenty to do to keep them entertained throughout the duration of their stay.

When visiting Verona, be sure to:

  • Explore the Verona Arena or the Roman Amphitheatre
  • Take a look at Juliet's famous balcony set in the Capuleti house
  • Pay a visit to the Gothic-style Cathedral of Verona
  • Admire the Romanesque architecture of the San Zeno church
  • Mingle with the locals at the Piazza delle Erbe with its colourful market
  • Tour the medieval castle of Castelvecchio and the Scaligero bridge
  • Take your aperitif at a bar or restaurant on the Adige river
  • Enjoy the traditional food of Verona at a restaurant
  • Shop at the centro storico streets or the Piazza Zeno
  • Savour magnificent views of the city at the Torre dei Lamberti.
  • Visit the Scaliger tombs
  • Rave at the stunning edifices on Piazza dei Signori

Verona airports

The Verona Villafranca Airport is the main airport in the city of Verona. Also known as Valerio Catullo Airport, it also serves the neighbouring areas of Brescia, Mantua and Sudtirol. Passengers on trips to Verona will arrive at Terminal 2 or T2 while departing travellers will leave from Terminal 1 or T1. The airport features business lounges, shops, restaurants, parking facilities, currency exchange, a pharmacy and a chapel.

  • Verona Villafranca Airport

    Top airlines

    The top carriers at the airport in Verona are the following: Meridiana, Volotea and Alitalia.


    The airport is located 10km southwest of the city of Verona.

    Transport options

    There are several ways to reach Verona airport using public or hired transportation. Drive on the A4 and A22 motorways and follow the signs to the airport or the centre of the city. By train, take the Shuttle/Aerobus service at the airport to connect to Verona and Verona Porta Nuova stations. The ride will last roughly 15 minutes. Other options for moving around include taxis and pre-booked shuttle bus services connecting to other cities in the region.

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