Why Verona?

Verona is our hometown, a city rich in history, culture, economic activity which also lies at a very strategic crossroads. 
Verona lies at a major route crossing where the north-south rail line from the Brenner to Rome intersects with the east-west line between Milan and Venice, giving the city rail access to all the major Italy cities (Rome, Bologna, Florence, Turin, Milan, Venice and many more).  
From here, our team can easily reach companies and institutions all over Italy being able to access the core of the value creation of the country. 
Our studio overlooks Verona’s main square where lies the Arena, the world's third-largest Roman amphitheatre to survive from antiquity and still hosting concerts and performances today.

About Verona

Verona is second largest city municipality in the region and the third largest in northeast Italy, with a population of approximately 265,000 inhabitants and a metropolitan area inhabited by more than 700,000 people. The region in which Verona is situated - Veneto - is characterized by strong export-oriented entrepreneurship in traditional economic sectors and close social cohesion and is one of the richest region in terms of total GDP. 
Verona’s architecture and urban structure reflects the evolution of this fortified town over its 2,000 year history, its core nestled in the loop of the Adige river and containing elements from the Roman period, Romanesque, Middle Ages and the Renaissance. 
Verona is one of the main cultural destinations in northern Italy, owing to this artistic heritage, but also to several annual fairs, shows, and operas, such as the lyrical season in the Arena. 
Three of Shakespeare's plays are set in Verona: Romeo and Juliet, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, and The Taming of the Shrew. It is unknown if Shakespeare ever visited Verona or Italy at all, but his plays have lured many visitors to Verona and surrounding cities many times over.

Italia Innovation Studio

Via Dietro Listone 16
37121 - Verona (VR)



Directions - How to get here

By Plane // Direct International Flights

Venezia Marco Polo is a good choice of flights. Bus (20 minutes) to Mestre rail station where there is an approx hourly train service to Verona - journey time about 1 hour. 
If you have time an interesting way is to get a water bus from the airport to St.Mark's Square and from there another water bus along the Grand Canal to the rail station (Ferrovia).

By Plane // 2-stops International Flights or Direct Continental Flights

Verona Villafranca’s Valerio Catullo Airport is approximately 10 kilometres southwest of the city centre. Continental flights operated by Alitalia, Lufthansa and British Airlines fly to Catullo Airport. 
A shuttle bus service runs between the airport and Porta Nuova railway station. The bus stop is in front of Porta Nuova railway station.

By Train

The main railway station is VERONA PORTA NUOVA, at the junction of the Milan – Venice and Brenner – Rome railway lines.