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How to go to Verona from Venice?

From beautiful Venice to charming Verona! An unforgettable tour that you will love! See here the options for a round trip to Verona from Venice!

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How to go to Verona from Venice?

Going to Verona from Venice? Verona, the famous city of Romeo and Juliet, not only because of this beautiful Shakespeare story, but also because it has several important monuments, such as the Arena, that is as beautiful as the Colosseum !! How to get to Verona from Venice? Here at Your Travel to Italy with Ana Patricia you make the trip of your dreams!!! ALSO: see our “Accommodation in Italy – Tips for your holidays!”

Introduction

Are you in Venice for several days and want to visit some places? I advise you mainly a knock and return to Verona and Padua. But how to get from Verona to Venice? There are buses that leave from Venice to Verona, but have few departures and are not very fast, so the best way to get to Verona is with a train or a car (if you prefer you can rent a car or have a driver at your disposal). Also learn why to visit Verona.


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1) How to go to Verona from Venice? WITH A GROUP TOUR

This option is PERFECT for those who want to stroll peacefully and without having to think about organizing their trips. It is worth remembering the following: many of these tours are usually done in large groups and with guides in Spanish or English.

Economy Tour

Group tours are a great alternative for those who do not want to spend so much and for those who are not used to traveling alone and therefore prefer to be with other people, where you will have a manager who will organize all the day’s tours! That way you don’t have to worry about anything! Just being rested and willing to discover magnificent places!

Advantages

  • IDEAL option if you are alone, as a couple or with up to seven friends!
  • Save time that you would probably waste going to the train stations to catch the trains, or with transportation to get to the tourist places to be visited.
  • Visit more cities on the same day!
  • Spend less time on travel, taxis, trains and buses.
  • You can enjoy a “bicchiere di vino” (glass of wine) during lunch without having to worry about driving later :), since in Italy the laws are strict against those who drive after drinking!
  • You travel safely and comfortably!

Disadvantage

  • There is practically none! Just the issue of adapting to the program of the day, and meeting the tour schedule!

Important

  • Remember to always check customer testimonials before proceeding with the booking.

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2) How to go to Verona from Venice?  WITH THE TRAIN

From Venezia Santa Lucia station, trains leave for Verona Porta Nuova station almost every thirty minutes. You can choose to travel with the regional train (two hours to arrive, in addition to not being a comfortable train) or the high speed train (Trenitalia only takes one hour and is super comfortable). With the regional train ticket, you will have to sit where you can find a seat, while the high-speed train has a reserved seat. I advise you the second option, not only because the train is faster, but also because it is more comfortable and cleaner. See this post on the Difference of Trains in Italy to understand the differences that are well explained, including values!

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Trenitalia is the main Italian company dedicated to the management of rail transport. Find out here What is the difference between trains in Italy?.

Advantages

  • Ideal option for people who like to do things at their own pace.
  • For people who are used to traveling, mainly by train.
  • For young people, for those who are backpacking.
  • And especially for people who want to save money and are in no hurry!

Disadvantages

  • For families with young children and for elderly people it ends up being very tiring. I DO NOT RECOMMEND IT AT ALL!
  • Having to adapt to the fixed schedules of the round-trip trains.
  • Having to go to the sights alone, without knowing the city or speaking the local language.
  • Time wasted on public buses from railway stations to places where tourist attractions are located or money you will spend extra on taxi once you reach your destination.
  • Another detail worth mentioning: get ready because, generally, the regional railway trains are very bad and sometimes very dirty, so don’t create high expectations! If you use the train, always choose the high speed train to avoid this type of problem.
  • One more thing: the time that is lost with all these trips, could be used to get more out of the city visited!

3) How to go to Verona from Venice?  WITH RENTED CAR

The second way is obviously to go with a rental car. From Piazzale Roma (land entry point of Venice) you can rent a car and leave for Verona. There are 115 kilometers that you will cover in an average of 01h30min. You will spend from 60 Euros for the rental of the car depending on the type of car chosen!

I advise you this option if you like to drive and do things in your time, moreover with a car you can choose for example, also stop in Padua to visit the Basilica of Saint Anthony, with the train you can do this but it would be very tiring. This option, precisely because it does not have fixed schedules, is certainly the ideal choice, but always if you do not worry about taking a few turns, so to speak, unnecessary. It is always complicated to drive on roads that we do not know, it depends on person to person and the type of trip you are used to.

Pay attention!!!!

In addition, it is important to know that in tourist cities there are places (old town) where PARKING is NOT ALLOWED, and can only be used by residents! So it is important not to go to these places so as not to take unnecessary fines. In Italy it is common for them to tow the car or put that hubcap that blocks the vehicle’s exit! Be careful!

How to understand what these places are? See this post that talks about it, but in any case another tip for those who are unsure about it, is to park a little outside from the center and take a walk to reach the area, spending a little more, by taxi or other public transport.

Benefits

  • If you are in a group with 4 or 5 people it will be a great option instead of taking the train;
  • Great for visiting more places on the same day, at your time and pace;
  • It is the best form of transport for people who are used to driving anywhere and it is easy to locate!
  • IF YOU DRIVE: DO NOT DRINK!

Disadvantages

  • Generally, those who drive cannot enjoy the beautiful view around, because you can’t take your eyes off the road!
  • Extra expenses with GPS (average price of € 15.00 – A DAY) so you don’t get lost so much.
  • Another thing, folks: to drive in Italy, as I have explained several times, is it essential to have an International Driver License AND your original driver license (in English) or with an official translation, ok?! If you don’t have these documents: DO NOT DRIVE, as you will have a lot of problems if you are stopped by the Italian police! READ ALSO: DO I NEED THE IDL TO DRIVE IN ITALY?
  • Those who drive cannot drink, the Italian laws on this are very strict and you take the risk of getting a really huge fine. So if you intend to taste great Italian wine during lunch pay attention! Don’t risk ruining your vacation!
  • It is not a suitable option for people who do not have the confidence to ask for information, especially if they do not speak Italian, as with the train or the bus not knowing the territory you can end up wasting precious time that could be used for tourist visits.

Traveling by car in Italy

How about if I give you a rental car option? Are you ready for it? If you are renting a car be sure to read our posts in the section Driving in Italy on the blog Your Travel to Italy. In addition to car itinerary tips, we have everything about signage, tolls, roads and many more tips.

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4) How to go to Verona from Venice? WITH A PRIVATE TOUR

The last option is a private tour.  The advantage of the private tour is the total freedom to decide your own time, not having to wait to leave, wasting unnecessary time and using it to get to know other places. In addition, the tour departs comfortably from your own hotel, which is important when you have little time available to visit a few places. In addition, of course, the arrival will not be at the train or bus station, but directly at the tourist spot you want to visit. And if you book in advance, you will often be able to have the driver in your own language, so you can easily ask for clarification about the trip.

This type of tour is ideal for VIPs and for small groups of friends or for the elderly. This type of service guarantees absolute comfort for those who travel. Basically, you should just enjoy the tour without the stress of attending train, subway, bus schedules, or worrying about where the main places to be seen are!

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Advantages

  • IDEAL option if you are a couple or with up to seven friends!
  • It is safe, comfortable and you make your own schedules!
  • Great for visiting more places on the same day, at your time and pace;
  • You can enjoy a “bicchiere di vino” (glass of wine) during lunch without having to worry about driving afterwards :), since in Italy the laws are strict against those who drive after they drank (even a small amount of alcohol);
  • You won’t have to worry about train or bus schedules, you won’t have to worry about whether you will be able to return to Rome or not.
  • No need to ‘stick to’ schedules and itineraries.
  • You will save a LOT of time, which you would lose traveling by bus and train.

Disadvantages

  • The value is a little higher, but a worthwhile investment! Especially if you like to do everything on your own time.

We arrived in Verona, now what?

You will arrive at Verona Porta Nuova train station, and from there you can go to the historic center on foot (if you like to walk), the journey of about a kilometer and a half lasts an average of 20 minutes on foot; or you can take a taxi or one of the many buses that leave from the station to the center. If you want to go on foot I advise you to print the photo below. Have you arrived in Verona and don’t know what to do? Read our tips on Verona!

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Hotels I recommend in the San Marco area

San Marco is the most famous neighborhoods of Venice and, at some times of the year, it is difficult to walk around, because the city is crowded.

If you want to save money a great option is to stay in some B&B or rent an apartment; click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices;)

If you prefer a good hotel, I have some options for hotels that I really like, click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices;)

Do you like luxury accommodations? Are you on your honeymoon or celebrating something special? Then see some luxury accommodation options in the best area of Venice.

Hotels I recommend in Castello Area

Castello is the largest of all the “sestieri” (neighborhoods) and has an incredible waterside for good walks, in addition to being full of cafes, bars and shops. They are not cheap places to stay, but it facilitates access to the most famous tourist spots and, with that, saves on transportation, as it is possible to do everything on foot!

If you want to save, a great option is the B&B or an apartment, click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices

If you prefer a good hotel, I have some options for hotels that I really like, click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion make your reservation and guarantee good prices;)

Hotels I recommend in Cannaregio or Dorsoduro Area

If you want something calmer, choose Cannaregio or Dorsoduro; in the latter, the nightlife is particularly active, ideal for lovers of busy bars and places to have good drinks!

If you want to save a great option is the B&B or an apartment, click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices;)

If you prefer a good hotel, I have some options for hotels that I really like, click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices

Hotels I recommend in the San Polo Area

San Polo is ideal if you want something comfortable, close to some sights, but more modest. I think this neighborhood is a great position so I recommend it a lot.

If you want to save a great option is the B&B or an apartment, click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices

If you prefer a good hotel, I have some options for hotels that I really like, click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices;)

Hotels I recommend in the Santa Croce Area

Santa Croce is home to the important bus station in Piazzale Roma, which makes it very easy to get off the beaten track, including going to Santa Lucia if you want to make a stopover.

If you want to save a great option is the B&B or an apartment, click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices

If you prefer a good hotel, I have some options for hotels that I really like, click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices;)

Don’t want to stay on the island? No problems! Search for Mestre, Campalto or Favaro Veneto, which are the mainland cities of Venice and offer excellent accommodation options. A little further from Piazzale Roma, about 20 minutes by water transport, they do not have magnificent views from the bedroom windows, but it is ideal for those who want to save on accommodation.

Tips

  • The tip to save A LOT is to book your hotel in advance.
  • As we also mentioned: beware of excess baggage! It is very complicated to get around with large volumes in Venice because of the bridges, stairs and narrow streets.

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Conclusion

How to go to Verona from Venice? Let’s be careful, you get what you pay for, especially in a place you don’t know, and without knowing how to speak the local language! So I suggest you think carefully about the options presented above, especially if you are traveling with children and the elderly! Don’t take any risks, invest a little more and travel safely, comfortably and without worries or risks of ruining your long-awaited trip, O.K.?

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