Verona is a small city, and it isn’t necessary to take a taxi or a bus to get around the centre. You can go around Verona on foot, but just in case you’d like to visit the lake or Verona in the countryside there are public transportation services available.
It’s recommended you plan your trip in advance, ask for a map at a tourist office and plan your daily agenda. Verona has some pedestrian precincts like Via Mazzini, Via Roma, Via Leoni and Corso Portoni Borsari Cappello.
From 7:30 to 10:30 am and from 1:30 to 4:30 pm historic centre is closed to vehicles except for cars that go to the hotels.
Parking your car in the historic centre is possible if you have a parking disk displayed. There are a lot of sites marked on your map where you can park (carparks) like in Via Città di Nimes (Railway Station), Football Stadium, Porta Vescovo, and at “Gasometro” (Lungadige Galtarossa) among others.
There are other kinds of parking where you have to pay, but in this case, they have high-security levels. There are free bus parking in Via Pallone and Lungadige Capuleti.
Verona buses stand out from other transportation services because of their bright orange colour and AMT initials. It’s recommended to buy your tickets at tobacco shops in advance —also known as tabaccherie (tobacco shops); find them by their ‘T’ symbol and newsagents.
Blue buses are available for Lake Garda trips and also for Veronese Mountains; you can take them in the square outside Porta Nuova Railway Station. As well as with other transportation services, you have to buy tickets before getting on the bus. For further information call to APT – Azienda Provinciale Trasporti – Tel: +39 0458 004 129
Taxis don’t stop in the middle of the street because there is a special station for them at the railway station in the city centre. It’s possible to reserve a taxi by calling +39 045 532 666. They are available at all times. At the railway station you can find taxi services at all times in the day and night (Tel: 0458 004 528) and in Piazza Bra (Tel: 0458 030 565).
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