Flights to Verona (IT)

Located just a few hours away from lovely Venice, Verona is one of the most charming cities in Italy and has plenty to offer to its visitors. The Catullo Airport is located just over 7 miles from the city and is easily accessed using public transport. Verona is perhaps most well known as being the setting for the famous Shakespeare play, "Romeo and Juliet". It comes as no surprise that one of the first sites that many visit is Juliet's House and Balcony from the tale. Lovers come here to view where Romeo famously courted the girl and many write their names on the walls of the gate entering into the courtyards. Perhaps equally well known is the Arena located in the heart of the city. It is the world's 3rd largest amphitheater to survive from antiquity and is a gorgeous display of roman architecture and ingenuity. A trip to the region isn't complete without sampling the local cuisine at one of the many restaurants and cafes located throughout the city. For lovers and families alike, Verona is the perfect destination!

Italy is one of the most celebrated travel destinations in the world and with over 40 UNESCO World Heritage sites, it offers a wealth of history and culture. The country's landscape is also one of the most unique in Europe, with the majestic Alps in the north and countless beaches along its vast shorelines, there's something for everyone. Areas such as Rome, Milan and Florence offer fantastic shopping, prestigious museums and fine dining. So whether looking for a ski holiday in the Alps or a warm, sunny getaway on the beach, Italy has something to offer everyone!
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Places of interest

  • Verona Arena
  • Ponte Pietra
  • Piazza dei Signori
  • Sant'Anastasia
  • Arco dei Gavi

More info about your Verona city trip

  • Verona Tourist Information
  • Vicolo Scala Santa 14
  • 37129 Verona
  • Tel. (+39) 45 59 50 47

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1. London-Verona
02/12 - 04/12/2016 London-Verona Aeroflot
2. Birmingham-Verona
22/11 - 02/12/2016 Birmingham-Verona Multiple Carriers
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3. Manchester-Verona
25/03 - 08/04/2017 Manchester-Verona Germanwings
4. Southampton-Verona
12/11 - 01/12/2016 Southampton-Verona Multiple Carriers
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5. Aberdeen-Verona
17/11 - 25/11/2016 Aberdeen-Verona British Airways
6. Belfast-Verona
16/11 - 03/01/2017 Belfast-Verona Multiple Carriers
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7. Bradford-Verona
19/12 - 31/01/2017 Bradford-Verona Multiple Carriers
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8. Carlisle-Verona
19/12 - 19/01/2017 Carlisle-Verona Multiple Carriers
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9. Cardiff-Verona
26/11 - 03/12/2016 Cardiff-Verona Multiple Carriers
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Although there is never a bad time to visit Verona per se, summer in the city can be unpleasantly hot and sticky, which can make sightseeing uncomfortable during the day. By contrast, spring and autumn in Verona are perfect: warm and sunny. However, it will feel chilly once evening comes, so pack accordingly. Rain showers are more common in early spring and late autumn, but snow is rare and visitors are more likely to see bright, crisp wintry days from December through to February.


Verona is the perfect destination for anyone looking to indulge in some retail therapy: from designer stores to vintage clothing boutiques, there are plenty of shopping opportunities on offer. Most of the big name stores are located on Via Mazzini, but there are many smaller, family run gift shops, antique emporiums and mouth-watering delis to discover, hidden away in quiet back streets. There is also a famous flea market held in Piazza San Zeno—just be sure to haggle for the best prices.


Pizza, pasta, creamy risotto and gelato encapsulate most people’s idea of Italian food, but even though no visit to Verona would be complete without sampling ample quantities of all three, there are lots more delicious foodstuffs worth trying. Gnocchi is a traditional Veronese speciality; yellow polenta is another common ingredient found in many dishes. And for those with a sweet tooth, delicious Baci di Giulietta and Sospri di Romeo cookies can be bought from pastry shops all over the city.


Whilst Romeo and Juliet may have been happy with a spot of serenading in the evening, modern day visitors to Verona can look forward to experienceing a varied selection of lively entertainment options once darkness falls. The city is well known for its theatre and live music venues and concerts take place regularly throughout the year. Bars and traditional osteries are also plentiful throughout the city and are the ideal place to enjoy a glass of wine from one of the local vineyards.

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