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Boasting attractions like Castelvecchio and Piazza delle Erbe, there's never a dull moment in this dynamic metropolis. When you're done experiencing those, move on to Ponte Scaligero and Juliet's House.
Pick a good vantage point and observe life slide by at Piazza dei Signori. If you're feeling talkative, this time-worn meeting point is also a fantastic spot to rub elbows with long-time locals. There's a great range of things to keep you busy in this destination. The intimacy and mastery of live theater is not to be missed. Get tickets for a production at Roman Theater and experience the wonder for yourself! Still got time to spare? St. Peter's Castle is an intriguing tangle of historic rooms, halls and corridors. Step inside, wander its grounds and try to find out something about this impressive structure.
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Your trip to Verona is about to get a lot more exciting. There are plenty of activities on offer, including:
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Kick off the quest for a dreamy Verona base by checking out the amenities at the Due Torri Hotel (Piazza Sant Anastasia 4) and the Hotel Villa del Quar (Via Quar 12). Alternatively, the Grand Relais The Gentleman of Verona - Guest House (Via Cattaneo 26/a) and the Locanda Ippopotamo (Piazza Bra 22) are two properties worth checking out if you're traveling on a budget.
Nobody likes hanging out at the airport. But it's well worth it when you remember the amazing destination that awaits! Based 5 miles southwest of Verona, Valerio Catullo Airport (VRN) is the closest terminal.
The hotel is for couples only - brilliant location - roof top bar awesome and staff excellent. Could not get a better location or hotel at great price for Verona. Families who book are allocated rooms at the apartment and suits hotel which is located opposite the castle on the river. This too is ...
I stayed in one of their apartments and it was great. I had a very nice apartment with bedroom, bath and kitchen. I wish I had stayed more days to enjoy it! The hotel provided transportation to and from the apartment when I checked in an out even though it wasn't a very far walk. It was still convenient ...
Absolutely fantastic position on Via Mazzini. Central position with numerous restaurants, trattoria, osteria in close proximity. Breakfast menu could be varied every couple of days. Same scrambled eggs for 5 days becomes monotonous. I did elect to have boiled eggs for a couple of days. Alternate ...
I had very comfortable stay at this hotel it was very close to train station it was close to city center also lot of restaurants
My biggest beef is when the bar charged 7 euros for a bottle of tonic with my 12 euro gin. All else was great.
Service was excellent. The room was very clean and the value for money, particularly for the breakfast, was excellent. Very convenient for my purposes, but I would recommend having a car.