Fly to Verona with Ryanair29.03.2017
From today, Ryanair flies twice a week to the City of Lovers, from Berlin-Schönefeld. Verona comes up every Wednesday and Sunday in the Irish low-cost airline flight plan. The route is served by a Boeing 737-800. This means that this summer, Ryanair is offering flights to 47 European destinations, including Seville, Brussels, Bratislava, Rzeszow and Belfast.
City of Lovers
Verona, the city in northern Italy, which achieved poetic fame through William Shakespeare’s great tragedy Romeo and Juliet, fascinates with its medieval charm. Today, impressive churches and palaces are a testament to the economic and cultural significance of the city on the Adige. Traditional Verona can be discovered on a walk through the Old Town to the Arena di Verona, built in 30 B.C., which is a UNESCO world heritage site. Today, Verona is a popular tourist destination, thanks to its proximity to Lake Garda and Venice, the city on the lagoon, and therefore also an important regional economic centre.
Verona’s airport, Aeroporto di Verona-Villafranca „Valerio Catullo”, lies about 12 kilometres southwest of the city. The nearby A22 motorway junction and the A4 running west-east connect Verona to Trento, Vicenza, Mantua, Lake Garda and the southern Alps.