Fly to Verona with Ryanair: New connection to the city of lovers

29.03.2017

From now on, Ryanair is connecting Berlin-Schönefeld airport with Verona in northern Italy. Flights leave every Wednesday and Sunday as part of the Irish low cost airline’s schedule. The route is served by a Boeing 737-800. Ryanair will therefore offer connections to 47 destinations in Europe this summer, including Seville, Brussels, Bratislava, Rzeszow and Belfast.

City of lovers

Verona, the city in northern Italy of poetic fame thanks to William Shakespeare’s play “Romeo and Juliet”, fascinates visitors with its medieval flair. Splendid churches and palaces still testify today to the economic and cultural importance of the city on the Adige. Traditional Verona can be explored by wandering through the old town to the Verona Arena, established in the year 30 AD and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Today, Verona is a popular tourist destination thanks to its proximity to Lake Garda and the lagoon city of Venice, thus making it an important economic player in the region.

Airport

Verona airport, Aeroporto di Verona-Villafranca “Valerio Catullo”, is located approx. 12 kilometres southwest of the city. With the motorway intersection of the Brenner motorway A22 and the east-west A4 in the immediate vicinity, there are good connections not only to Verona, but also Trento, Vicenza, Mantua, Lake Garda or the southern Alps.

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