Verona is a city that is very easy to visit. Most visitors cover it on foot, exploring the maze of picturesque streets, filled with historic buildings and nice shops.
But for those who wish to experience Verona’s every day life and turn to public transport, the city offers a dense network of buses and urban routes.
Casual visitors and tourists who wish to intermittently and occasionally use the means of transportation available can purchase single Urban tickets priced at €1.30 and valid for 90 minutes. Urban tickets are non-transferable and must be validated every time you get on the bus, including during transfers. The ticket is valid for 90 minutes from the time it is first validated, for journeys that last less than 90 minutes. Urban tickets can be used for travel across Verona’s entire urban network.
Tickets can also be purchased on board, both from the multi fare ticket machine, as well as from the driver. The cost is €2.00 and the ticket is only valid for a single trip.
For multiple tickets, 10 trip carnets are also available at a cost of €11.70, valid for 90 minutes each. The only catch is that tickets cannot be used separately from their carnet.
However, the most convenient solution for tourists are the day passes. For €4.00 you can travel all day, for a period of 24 hours (of the same day) from the time of validation, and the pass is valid for Verona’s entire urban network.
While there are many other options available, these are the easiest and most convenient solutions for those spending a few days getting around town.
All transportation related information is also available on the official ATV website (Verona’s transportation company), with additional information on combinations with parking lots and bicycles. Because travelling is beautiful, but the experience is even better if one sets off organised