There isn't a high speed railway between Bologna and Verona, but the various types of express trains which use the route are faster because they travel non-stop between these two cities.
Though as is typical, the faster a train, the more expensive it is likely to be; but the difference between journey times isn't particularly extreme on this route.
However, if you will be booking tickets last minute at the station, then taking the slower Regionale Veloce (RV) trains will be a money saver.
Though this is a route on which it can pay off to look up the journey in advance.
The departure times of the RV trains tend to be irregular and the price difference with the express trains can be comparatively minor.
When travelling between most cities by train there is only one logical option, though on other journeys there is a choice between different trains or alternative routes. If different options are available you can use the info to decide which is best for you.
52 min - 55min
3 x Frecciarossa trains per day
3 x Frecciargento trains per day
2 x Italo trains per day
2 or 3 x EC trains per day
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