Verona Airport is situated in northern Italy. It is officially named Valerio Catullo Villafranca International Airport, or simply Verona-Villafranca Airport. Verona airport is located West of the historic city of Verona, which is situated in the middle of the province of Brescia. Airport transfers from Verona can take you to several Italian ski resorts and ski transfer destinations. Verona airport transfers also serves Mantua, Rovigo, Vicenza, Trento, and Bolzano. The airlines that operate in the airport are Air Dolomiti, Austrian Airlines, Alpieagles, Air France, Air Italy, Alitalia, Belle Air, British Airways, Carpatair, Click Air, Club Air, Lufthansa, Meridiana, transavia.com, Windjet, Germanwings & Ryan Air.
VeronaAirport is the gateway to many of Italy’s most popular ski destinations, and is ideal for airport transfers to most of the Italian Alps and the Dolomite region. The airport provides an efficient airport transfer hub and fast access to many ski resorts from here in less than two hours. Airport transfers offer the most efficient method of getting to and from ski resorts in the region. They are also direct and take less time than using the public transport network. You may also wish to consider car hire, with facilities available at the airport.
Verona airport transfers give easy access to several ski resorts. A one to one and a half hour transfer can take you to the following ski resorts:
Asiago, Fai della Paganella (Atopiano della Paganella Ski Area), Castione della Presolana, Colere, Schilpario (the last three in Bergamo Ski Area), Cavalese, Madonna di Campliglio (Akirama Adanello-Brenta Area), Obereggen, Predazzo (both in Dolomiti Superski Area), Pinzolo, Pego, Pfelders (in Ortler Skiarena Area), Santa Cristina, and Val di Fassa (both opened from December to April).
Two hours transfer from Lyon Airport are the following resorts:
Aprica, Arabba, Corvara (the last two in Dolomiti Superski Area), and Campitello di Fassa.
A little further away you can reach:
Foppolo, La Villa, Olang, Pozza di Fassa, Passo de Tonale, Carnia, and Cortina d’Ampezzo.
Verona Airport transfer gives access to many ski resorts, as you can see, and Verona Airport is also quite close to other airports at: Bergamo (at 98 km of distance), Bologna (at 101 km), and Brescia (44 km) airports.
Verona Airport is connected by the airport ring road to many of the main local road networks. Verona airport has also a rail link to some ski resorts. The problem is that using public transport will mean making many changes. This will extend the journey time to your resort. We strongly recommend the use of airport transfers as the most sensible, and direct, method of getting to your destination.
For groups of 3 or more it is often best to arrange a ski transfer Verona in advance with one of the Verona airport transfer operators. Booking a private Verona airport transfer will allow you to start you holiday without the stress of getting to the bus stations and paying expensive taxi fares. It is also the quickest method of getting to and from your chosen resort.