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Arranging your vehicle rental online prior to the actual trip is a sound idea for a number of reasons

- The full online booking is done at your own pace rather than at your destination where you could well be surrounded by a hassled partner and a selection of tired and emotional youngsters
- The all-inclusive cost is fixed
- It makes sure that you drive away in the model of car that you request
- It's faster at the car hire desk (although you won't believe that if you've stood in the huge queues at Alamo in Miami)

Start planning your trip to Verona by booking car rental offered by two of Europe's leading car rental suppliers. We offer online bookings providing discounted car hire at Verona airport. Both of our car hire suppliers have dedicated support staff at the end of the telephone for any extra queries that might occur before or after hiring your car.

Clicking on the link below will enable you to obtain car rental quotes from our suppliers for cheap Verona airport car hire. The airport is 12 km from the city of Verona.

An ancient town in the northern Italian region of Veneto, Verona was the chosen stage for Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Venice’s cousin offers an overflowing treasure chest of Roman and Medieval culture and history.

Many a sightseer’s first impression of Verona is gained upon arrival at the Piazza Bra. Train upon train of tourists burst from their carriages are drawn to the sheer scale of the square with its magnificent Roman Arena. One of a number of Roman features in the town the central Arena is one of the better preserved of amphitheatres and dates back to 1BC.

Across four tiers the Arena once satisfied a giant crowd of 25,000 at its gladiator games. Today the Arena is an excellent music venue with acoustics that excellently benefit the demands of opera.

Roman relics always tend to wear well and those found in Verona are no exception!. A Roman town since 49BC, many remnants exist that today are popular tourist attractions in their own right. The Roman Theatre and the Arena both date back to the 1st century BC. The Gavi Arc, the original gateway to the city, the Door of Borsari and the Door of Lions all need to be seen to be believed.

Verona, wealthy in periodic architecture also has a strong line in religious attractions. One building that stands out from the crowd is the 12th century Church of San Lorenzo is inside and out, an exciting piece of the Romanesque style. The Basilica of San Zen Maggiore is medieval and is notable for its reference in Dante’s Divine Comedy. The jewel in Verona’s crown however is the magnificent Duomo. Built in the 12th century, it has a Romanesque facade while a constant gothic theme persists throughout.

At every turn, you can expect artistic jewels in Verona. In the piazzas, adorning historic buildings, the facades of many a local palazzo in addition to the city’s museums. The Castelvecchio is a fourteenth century castle which contains extensive collections of art and sculpture from this period, while the Museo degli Affreschi contains some of Verona’s remarkably preserved 12th century frescoes.

A place of historical importance in Verona is that of the Piazza delle Erbe. Currently thriving with market activity, the square is peppered with monuments of local dignitaries as well as historical buildings.

La Casa di Giulietta is one of Verona’s more popular attractions. Many who arrive in the city feel drawn where William Shakespeare’s tragic story of Romeo and Juliet unfolded. Very few tourists can resist the impact of Juliet’s balcony as well as her tomb.

The pulsating heart of Verona is the charismatic Piazza dei Signori. Its edges are decorated with attractive prominent buildings that currently serve an administrative and political function in the city.

With so many tourist attractions on offer in Verona, the experience can be a costly one. The Verona tourist board have adopted a discount scheme for visitors in the form of the “Verona Card”. Entitling its holder to museum admission and public transport use, the card costs Euro 8 for one day.

If pondering an excursion out of town, the Italian lakes never fail to disarm the most ardent of museum buffs! In fact, a trip to Verona would not be complete without experiencing the charms of nearby Lake Garda. Amid desirable views, the lake is perfectly and ideally positioned within an Alpine landscape of vine and olive fields and mountains.

A peaceful location, you would be hard placed to find a more tranquil break from relentless city sightseeing itineraries. That said, the lake alternatively offers plenty of recreational activity from watersports to rock climbing. Depending on your needs, Lake Garda serves to recharge those batteries every time.

While in Verona, the town-trotting sightseer is well placed to indulge in a day trip to charming Treviso. Nestling quietly within the unpretentious plain in the middle of the Gulf of Venice and the Alps is romantic Treviso. Situated in the Veneto region, the town particularly attracts visitors with a penchant for beautiful architecture as well as its close proximity to Verona.

With its historical town centre, Treviso is packed with handsome houses, majestic palaces, churches and statues, all closely contained within its sixteenth century walled periphery


Verona Airport


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Valerio Catullo Airport otherwise known as Verona Airport is located 12 kilometres from Verona.

There is an airport shuttle bus service every 20 minutes to Verona Railway Station costing under Euro 4.

Taxi companies operate from Verona Airport with a ride into Verona costing about Euro 20.
If you are planning to visit Lake Garda from Verona you will need to catch a train from Porta Nuova Station to Desenzano del Garda. This service runs every half hour and the journey lasts just 20 minutes.
Additionally there is a direct bus service from Verona to Lake Garda and other popular resorts.




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