The summer bus timetable is now in effect in Verona, and all seasonal tourist transport services have resumed.

Urban Service in Verona

The winter timetable continues in effect until June 30th, except for school routes; however, peak-hour services have been expanded to provide a viable alternative to private transport and alleviate traffic congestion. Beginning July 1st, the traditional summer weekday service will be available from Monday to Saturday.

Evening lines in Verona

All night lines “80” are operating at a frequency of every 20 minutes in core districts (Porta Vescovo-Station and Ospedale Maggiore-Station) and every 40 minutes in more remote areas. This year’s “80” evening lines have various new additions:

  • Line 85: A new nighttime line connecting Porta Vescovo, Borgo Trento, and the Torricelle that runs until 2:00 a.m. This service provides a safe transportation alternative for people who want to experience the city’s nightlife.
  • Line 82 serves the Adigeo shopping center area with two runs until it closes, servicing employees and visitors.

Line 80-81: Stazione Porta Nuova – Piazza Bra – Porta Vescovo: every 20 minutes
Line 82-83-84: Stazione Porta Nuova – Castelvecchio – Ospedale Maggiore: every 20 minutes
Line 80: San Michele – Zona Stadio: every 40 minutes
Line 81: Borgo Santa Croce – Stazione – Zona Stadio: every 40 minutes
Line 82: Adigeo – Ospedale Maggiore: scheduled runs
Line 83: Policlinico – Ospedale Maggiore: every 40 minutes
Line 84: Santa Lucia – Ospedale Maggiore: every 40 minutes
Line 85: Porta Vescovo – Ospedale Maggiore – Torricelle: every 40 minutes until 2:00 AM

Lines ” 80″ will be coupled to the Scipione on-demand service (here our article), which is already accessible in districts including San Massimo, Chievo, Borgo Roma, San Michele, Porto San Pancrazio, and the neighborhoods of Quinto, Marzana, Parona, San Massimo, Borgo Roma, Sacra Famiglia, and Cadidavid.

Furthermore, with the tourist season approaching and numerous groups arriving by bus at the park Centro, the shuttle service line 77 is operational, linking the parking lot to Piazza Bra.

Extra-Urban Service and Lake Garda

The summer extra-urban network is still fully operational, covering the entire Verona shore of Lake Garda from Riva del Garda to San Benedetto di Lugana every day, including holidays, with service running until 1:00 a.m.

  • Line 484: Runs hourly from Riva to Malcesine.
  • Lines 164, 483, 484: Runs every half hour from Malcesine to Peschiera, covering all localities on the Verona shore, including Gardaland.
  • Lines 164, 185, 163: Offer two trips per hour between Garda and Verona (Piazza Bra) and vice versa. Line 185 operates a “rapid” service with limited stops, while Line 163 covers all stops along the route.

A popular service is the connection between Catullo Airport and Lake Garda via line 482, which runs through Villafranca and Valeggio and connects the Villafranca area to the lake.

ATV buses provide great service in the Monte Baldo area along the San Zeno-Prada and Ferrara-Spiazzi lines. Line 470 provides six daily departures between Garda and Costermano to San Zeno, Lumini, and Prada, all with bike racks for the BusWalk&Bike service.

  • Line 470 connects hikers to the Prada-Costabella chairlift, allowing them to access Monte Baldo’s well-known refuges.
  • Line 476 connects Garda with the famous Santuario di Madonna della Corona. Every 15 minutes on holidays and 30 minutes on weekdays, a shuttle bus departs from Spiazzi to connect with the sanctuary.

The traditional tourist route between Lake Garda and Venice has been confirmed for summer 2024, with Tuesday and Thursday departures.

In conjunction with Federalberghi Garda Veneto, the post-Opera Arena di Verona-Lake Garda service departs from Piazza Bra half an hour after the show, allowing Arena spectators to return to their hotels between Peschiera and Malcesine.

HERE are all the lines.