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How to achieve Piazza Bra- Arena of Verona: info

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Numerous traces of Verona’s long history are to be found in the old part of its city centre. The centre and neighbouring areas can be easily visited on foot.

Piazza Bra is dominated by the impressive Roman Arena, built in 1 BC, and one of the most important well preserved Roman amphitheatres.

During the summer season, the Arena is used for the famous opera festival, and often hosts concerts of music, music and opera. Let’s see today how to get to Verona Arena: If you decide to take the train, the Arena is just 1.5 km from the train station. You can walk on foot, or take buses 11, 12, and 13. If you decide to reach it on foot, exit at the station and turn right on Piazzale 25 April, go to Piazzale Porta Nuova, cross it and enter the Course Porta Nuova, take it all over and you will arrive in Piazza Brà. If you are traveling by car from the A4 Milano-Venezia motorway, you must go to Verona Sud, then follow the “all directions” and the center directions. From A22 Brennero-Modena, you have to reach the A4 junction in the direction of Venice, leaving Verona Verona. If you arrive by plane, the Valerio Catullo airport of Verona Villafranca is about 10 km from the city center. From the airport to the station FS and vice versa there is a shuttle bus service.