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Marco Polo airport to Verona - drive or train?

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Marco Polo airport to Verona - drive or train?

I am flying into Marco Polo airport and want to get to Verona for a few days at the end of September. Is the drive easy, reliable and quick? If not, what is the most direct route to take by trains or buses from MP airport to Verona centre?

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1. Re: Marco Polo airport to Verona - drive or train?

If you don't find traffic Jam at the entrance of the highway in Mestre/Venice then by car you can drive until Verona easily and safe in about 60/70 minuts.

Otherwise shuttle bus until the train station (Mestre or Venezia Santa Lucia) and then a train scheduled on www.trenitalia.com

Davide

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2. Re: Marco Polo airport to Verona - drive or train?

Thank you so much - you make it sound so easy. I have been trawling all the questions from previous threads but no one seemed to do this particular route that I could see!

Is the shuttle bus location very obvious, do you need a ticket, is there a number for it? Is there only one station it goes straight to or does it make stops. I have absolutely no Italian to call on hence my very basic questions.

Many thanks.

3. Re: Marco Polo airport to Verona - drive or train?

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