The lines that come to town, to Verona Porta Nuova railway station are three: Railway line Milan-Venice Railway line Bologna – Brennero Railway line Verona-Mantova-Modena
From the station you can take bus 21 or the many suburban courier. You can buy tickets and check the times directly in the servicea area in front of the station
The Catullo airport in Verona/Villafranca is 12 kilometres from Valpolicella. The airport is connected to Porta Nuova railway station (and vice versa) with a shuttle bus, that leaves every 20 minutes.
From the station you can take bus 21 or suburban buses towards the district you plan to visit. You can buy tickets and check the times directly in the service area in front of the station. If you are driving, follow the signs for Autostrada Verona Nord and leaving the toll booth on the left continue on SS12 for another 10 km until you reach the roundabout. Take the 3° exit and you will find yourself in Valpolicella.
Traveling on the A4 Milano-Venezia Autostrada Serenissima, exit at Verona Sud. Head towards Borgo Trento and take 1 SP towards Trento/Valpolicella. Keep right at the fork to Trento, to go towards Sant'Ambrogio di Valpolicella. Following the main road you will pass through the villages of Parona, Arbizzano, Santa Maria di Negrar, Pedemonte, San Floriano, San Pietro in Cariano, Bure until Gargagnago.
Traveling on the A22 Modena-Brennero motorway: exit at Verona Nord and take the SS12 towards Trento Valpolicella for about 10 km. At the roundabout you take the 3° exit direction Sant'Ambrogio di Valpolicella for about 1 km.