Fly to Verona
Find our cheapest flights to Verona with British Airways
Voli per Verona
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Voli con British Airways e potrà godere di un servizio pluri-premiato e di tariffe con un ottimo rapporto qualità-prezzo senza spese nascoste.
Fly to Verona with British Airways and discover one of northern Italy’s most ancient, beautiful cities. With well-preserved monuments such as the Roman arena, the Romanesque basilica of San Zeno Maggiore and the Renaissance Juliet’s House, modestly-sized Verona is also one of Italy’s most relaxing city break destinations.
As well as history, it offers easy-going pleasures such as antique shopping in the narrow streets around Corso Santa Anastasia and people watching in the busy café terraces of central Piazza delle Erbe. Flights to Verona likewise connect you to the city’s beautiful wider region. Just beyond the city are the vineyards of Valpolicella and sub-alpine Lake Garda, Italy’s largest lake, and further to the north lies the dramatic Dolomite mountain range.
Flights to Verona from London Gatwick airport take 1 hour 55 minutes. Verona airport has two terminals and is located just three miles from Verona’s city centre, making onward travel to the city after landing particularly fast and convenient.
British Airways flies from London Gatwick (LGW) to Verona airport (VRN). British Airways runs two flights to Verona daily, offering its customers a generous checked baggage allowance of 23kg and award-winning service on board.
Fly non-stop to Verona with British Airways and discover a city with thousands of years of history. With British Airways, you have the option of checking in for your flight online or via your mobile phone, where you can also choose your seats up to 24 hours before your departure.
Verona airport is located three miles south of the city and is connected to the city centre by a shuttle bus that runs every 20 minutes daily. Central Verona is compact enough that most major sights and streets are within walking distance of each other. For longer distances, Verona is served by a bus network, for which tickets must be bought from kiosks before boarding.
Verona airport has a small but well chosen selection of places to eat and shop. Terminal Two’s Vacche Rosse serves high quality pizzas, while beyond security control, Terminal 1’s Antica Gelateria del Corso sells authentic Italian-style ice creams. Duty free shopping is available in the departure lounge.