Airports that offer flights to Verona are London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Newcastle Airport and Glasgow Airport. The nearest facility to Verona city is Verona International Airport .It has two terminals, one of which is used for passengers. There are aero buses that leave every 20 minutes and connect the airport with the train station. There are also 24 hour taxi services. Primary airlines servicing this destination are British Airways, Air France, Monarch Airlines, easyJet, Thomson Airways, Flybe and Jet2 among others.
Verona, said to be the home of Romeo and Juliet, is sometimes referred to as "The Romantic City". You can visit the famous courtyard and veranda at Casa Giulietta, also known as "Juliet's Balcony". Verona is well known for its historic architecture, such as the Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore, founded around 15th century. It has one of the most appreciated structural designs in the city, along with The Roman Amphitheatre and the Gabbia D'oro, whose stone walls are around 500 years old. Verona hosts several festivals throughout the year, such as The Centennial Festival at Arena Di Verona. Those visiting outside of festival season will find a daily market here all year round. For those who enjoy shopping there are plenty of Italian outlets and boutiques along Corso Porta and Via Mazzini. Osteria Del Bugiardo is a popular bar in the centre of the city where visitors can enjoy the region's most popular wines, such as Soave, Valpolicella and Bardolino.