Verona has a higher percentage of non-Italians residing in the city (14% vs. a national average of little more than 9%). The most current Istat statistics illustrate this. Specifically, as of January 1, 2023, there were 112,381 non-Italians residing in Verona, with Verona Municipality having the most foreign inhabitants (38,306), followed by San Bonifacio (4,061, 18%) and Villafranca (3,394, 10%). Overall, Verona attracts far more people than Vicenza, Veneto’s second largest city, which has 81,925 citizens.

Foreigners make up 15% of the Verona municipality’s population.

Romania has the biggest foreign community, with 24.0% (9,186 people), followed by Sri Lanka, 20.9% (7,996 people), and Moldova (6.7%, 2,572 people). The majority of Verona’s foreign residents are from the European continent, accounting for over 16,000 people, or around 43% of the total population of non-Italians. Asia comes next, accounting for 34% (13,310), followed by Africa, which has 6,078 people, or around 15%. 2,191 people (5%) are from America, with only 12 from Oceania. The gender distribution is fairly equal, with 18,588 men and 19,745 women, but in terms of age, the percentage of 35 to 44 years old stands out the most, with just under 2% over the age of 70.

The Veronese province has half of its non-Italian population from Europe.

The province of Verona has 111,175 non-Italian residents, accounting for 12% of the total population. Romania, with 32,702 people, accounts for over 30% of all foreign inhabitants. Moroccan natives come in second with 11.8 % (13,165), followed by Sri Lanka with 9.5 % (10,520). Again, the percentage of residents from European nations is very high, reaching up to 50% (56,492 people). Asia continues in second place with 22% (25,170), pulling away just a little from Africa, which has 21% (24,256). Americans make up 5% (5,226), whereas Oceania citizens number just 26. Men and women are equally represented, and the majority of the foreign population is between the ages of 35 and 44.