How to get there

Verona has an international airport, Aeroporto Valerio Catullo, served by Lufthansa, British Airways, AirFrance, Alitalia, British Airways, and others, as well as by low cost airlines such as Easyjet, RyanAir, and WizzAir. There are several direct flights to Paris, London, Frankfurt, Munich, Brussels, Tel Aviv, Moscow, and many other places (see for a map and list of destinations).

It is also easy to come to Verona by train, e.g. from Munich you can get here on a direct train (Eurocity) in 5 1/2 hours (Deutsche Bahn), from Lausanne in 5 hours (SBB). There are frequent trains from Milano and Bologna, travel time between 1 and 1 1/2 hours. The main train station (which is 10 minutes’ walk from the center) is called Verona Porta Nuova.

In Verona

From the airport, there is a bus service every 20 minutes to the main train station (Verona Porta Nuova), it takes approx. 15 minutes, see here. The ticket costs 6 Euro and is valid in town, as well.

The conference venue is in the historic center (see Venue). We suggest that you stay in a hotel or other accommodation in the historic center or in Veronetta, in which case you can walk everywhere. See also the accommodation page.


There are also many buses, and if you want to use them, it makes sense to buy a book of 10 tickets (carnet 10 corse urbani 90 min), and you validate one each time you get on a bus (do not detach the tickets from the book because then they lose their validity, but it is okay use several tickets from the same book concurrently, i.e. a group can use one carnet together). If you change bus within 90 minutes, then you can validate the same ticket again on the new bus.