Find Romeo and Juliet in Verona
Verona is one of the most visited cities in Italy. It was put on tourist radars mostly because three of Shakespeare’s plays are set in the city, the most famous being Romeo and Juliet. Because of its urban structure and architecture, the city has been listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO.
How to get to Verona
There are many ways you can get to Verona. But if you're looking for an affordable, reliable and comfortable transfer from an airport to Verona, try GoOpti. A GoOpti van picks you up at your airport and drops you off at one of the 15 designated places in Verona.
Is your luggage extra heavy? Well, GoOpti can also take you straight to youraccommodation. But that's not the only flexibility of the GoOpti service! You can schedule your transfer based on your wishes, time and budget. Want to hear another neat travel hack? The sooner you book your GoOpti transfer, the lower the price.
So, how to get to Verona from your airport?
Verona airport – Verona city from 9 EUR
This ride lasts only 15 min. But we promise you, it's going to be worth it.
Marco Polo Airport, Venice – Verona city from 14 EUR
From Venice to Verona in 1h and 40min. Yes, we're that good - without breaking any laws.
Treviso Airport – Verona city from 14 EUR
Get from Treviso Airport to Verona in under 2 hours! Our estimated transfer duration is 1h and 45min.
Orio al Serio Airport (Bergamo) – Verona city from 14 EUR
»1h and 30min« our drivers reply when you ask them how quickly you're going to get from Bergamo to Verona.
Bologna Airport – Verona city from 14 EUR
Reach Verona in 1h and 45 min. The drive is going to be such a breeze, you will almost hope it would last longer.
Milan Malpensa Airport – Verona city from 19 EUR
Even though we're taking the shortest route, this is our longest ride. It lasts 2h and 30 min.
So no need to worry about how to get to Verona. Just book GoOpti for a carefree transfer from your airport. Because the sooner you book it, the sooner you can start figuring out which Verona's city sights you're going to visit first.