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About Verona

Verona, in northern Italy’s Veneto region, revels in its arts, architecture, opera, and literary fame. Since the city is halfway between Milan and Venice, it is often overshadowed by the two neighbors in terms of tourism. However, Verona has its fair share of attractions, which include Medieval old buildings on the banks of Adige River. One of its interesting facts is that it was the setting of William Shakespear’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’. So, book a Milan to Verona flight and explore the city’s best attractions.

Best Time to Book Milan to Verona Flights

Verona has a humid subtropical climate, which is a common characteristic in northern Italy’s inland plains. It experiences hot and humid summers and cool winters. It remains partly cloudy all year round. While the months between June and August are high peak season, it also means the price of hotels and flights rise increasingly. So, if you are on a budget, plan your trip either between late April or mid May or between September and Early October.

Details About Milan to Verona Flights

The aerial distance between Milan to Verona (MXP-VRN) is 87 miles. The cheapest way to travel between the two cities is by bus, which takes two hours. You can also find a few trains on this route. The most popular airlines flying between the two cities are easyjet, Lufthansa, RyanAir, AirDolomiti, KLM, Air France, British Airways, etc. There are 144 flights available between Milan and Verona. It takes 03 hours and 25 minutes to reach your destination.

To avail Milan flights to Verona, book your seat with easyjet at the cost of € 24 for a one-way trip and € 62 for a round trip.

Furthermore, the nearest airports to travel between the two cities are Milan Malpensa Airport and Verona Villafranca Airport (MXP-VRN).

Here are some insights concluding fares for flights from Milan to Verona on this route:

One Way Trip
AirlinesAirlines NamePriceAction
U2Easyjet€ 24Book Now
KLMKLM€ 28Book Now
LHLufthansa€ 32Book Now
FRRyanAir€ 38Book Now
BABritish Airways€ 46Book Now
Round Trip
AirlinesAirlines NamePriceAction
U2Easyjet€ 62Book Now
FRRyanAir€ 71Book Now
BABritish Airways€ 78Book Now
KLMKLM€ 85Book Now
AFAir France€ 96Book Now

Best Restaurants in Verona

Osteria al Duca Verona
Osteria al Duca

Osteria al Duca is a small Italian restaurant with wooden tables and chairs and rustic decor. Their polenta dishes and grilled meat is highly popular among the locals. The restaurant is located in the former house of Shakespear’s Romeo, who was said to have lived here. The menu features a wide range of pasta and ravioli, which are worth every penny.

Locanda 4 Cuochi Verona
Locanda 4 Cuochi

Locanda 4 Cuochi is a casual chic space, best known for its approach to preparing Italian fare along with Veronese and national wines. It has an open kitchen, so that you can see your food being prepared from scratch. Moreover, the menu changes every two months, so you can always have something new to try.

Il Cenacolo Verona
Il Cenacolo

With an intimate dining room, traditional Veronese risotto, meat platters, desserts, and excellent wine list, Il Cenacolo is undoubtedly the local’s favorite. The restaurant is housed in a historic palace in the old town and has been a part of Verona’s dining scene since the 1980s. It is visited by various famous celebrities 

Best Hotels in Verona

Sole Hotel Verona
Sole Hotel Verona

Address –  Piazzale XXV Aprile, 4B, 37138 Verona VR, Italy

Price – € 268

Relais La Torre Verona
Relais La Torre

Address – Via Quattro Spade, 9, 37121 Verona VR, Italy

Price – € 150

Hotel Porta Palio Verona
Hotel Porta Palio

Address – Viale Colonnello Galliano, 21, 37138 Verona VR, Italy

Price – € 95

Places to Visit in Verona

Castelvecchio and Ponte Scaligero Verona
Castelvecchio and Ponte Scaligero

Built by the Scaligeri in 1354-55, Castelvecchio  is a defensive fortress, located on the banks of river Adige. The 14th century Ponte Scaligero, is a bridge on the river, which is still operational. The interior of the castle has been beautifully restored. It also has a museum, Civico Museo d’Arte that features Veronese arts, sculptures, paintings, and applied arts.

Arena di Verona
Arena di Verona

Arena di Verona is the best preserved Roman Amphitheater. It is also one of the largest of its kind and was built in the reign of Diocletian about 290 CE. It has 44 rows of seating that can accommodate 22,000 spectators. However, only four arches among all have survived, but the vaulting and seating are intact. Between July and August, it hosts the Verona Opera festival, which is visited by thousands of tourists.

Duomo di Santa Maria Matricolare Verona
Duomo di Santa Maria Matricolare

Duomo di Santa Maria Matricolare  is a 12th century Romanesque basilica with a 15th century Gothic nave. There are figures of Charlemagne’s two paladins, Roland and Oliver, done between 1139 and 1153, on the doorway.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How far is Milan to Verona by plane?

    The aerial distance between Milan and Verona is 87 miles and it takes approximately three hours to cover the distance by flight.

  • What is the non-stop airline to fly from Milan to Verona?

    At present, no airlines offer non-stop flights between Milan and Verona.

  • How much is a Milan to Verona flight?

    An average airfare for an Milan to Verona flight may cost you around € 24 for a one-way trip and € 62 for a round trip.

  • Which airlines fly to Verona from Milan?

    easyjet, Lufthansa, RyanAir, AirDolomiti, KLM, Air France, British Airways are some of the major airlines that fly to Italy from the UK..

  • How many flights are there between Milan and Verona?

    There are over 144 flights available between Milan and Verona daily.

  • Which Airports will I be using to fly from Milan to Verona?

    You will board a flight from Milan Malpensa Airport and Verona Villafranca Airport (MXP-VRN).

  • What’s the cheapest month to fly to Verona?

    As per our latest research, April is the cheapest month to fly to Verona.

  • What is Verona famous for?

    Verona is one of the oldest inhabited cities, with a history dating back to 2000 years. The city was also highlighted as a setting of William Shakespear’s tragedy Romeo and Juliet.

  • Which language is spoken in Verona?

    Italian is the official language of Verona.

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