The most famous city for people in love
Experience a romantic week end! Often when people talk about Verona they call it the Città degli Innamorati, the city for lovers, with obvious reference to the famous characters in Shakespeare’s tragedy Romeo and Juliet. We should really call it the city for those in love, as there are so many romantic corners to visit, things to do, history and culture to be breathed in every street.
That’s why, even if you are staying near Verona for work, we suggest you take an extra day or two, perhaps bringing your loved one with you, so that you can experience the whole Verona dream world while staying at our comfortable and practical 4-star hotel at the gates of Verona.
Check out this route to see how easy it is to get to the city centre!
What to see in Verona
Arena and the Opera Season
The Roman amphitheatre that, after two thousand years, still fulfils the precious role for which it was originally constructed: to provide wonder and emotions. This is one of the city’s symbols that you mustn’t miss.
Everything becomes even more exciting and magical during the Opera Season at Verona Arena, a Festival of opera made famous all over the world by the greatest Italian maestri and others. Look at our packages to find the best offers for you to come to the Opera Season at the Arena!
Juliet's house and the lovers' balcony
Whether it is really true that this is Juliet’s house with the balcony from which she let down her beautiful hair for Romeo doesn’t really matter. The important thing is that it is a tourist destination famous the world over and each year many visitors just have to take a photo here and leave messages and post-its of love.
Castelvecchio and Scaligero Bridge
For admiring the superb remains of Medieval Verona with its wonderful bridges on the River Adige, there is no better place than from Castelvecchio, where now you can also visit the City Museum of Verona.
In front of you the Scaligero Bridge stretches out, allowing you to cross the Adige and represents one of the most admired medieval bridges in Italy.
Aperitifs and Bars
The Veneto region is the home of the famous spritz, now one of the most popular aperitifs. You will find therefore find plenty of bars and places where you can taste some very good ones, by wandering along the streets in the centre, especially around Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza dei Signori.