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Arguably the world's most romantic destination and home to Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Verona is an enchanting city which is rich in Roman, medieval and Renaissance architecture and history. From family-friendly to boutique, hotels in grand historical buildings to contemporary options geared towards business travelers,’s selection of Verona hotels is bound to have something for everyone. are travel experts when it comes to hand-picking the best Verona hotels and have carefully chosen the city’s top hotels for our customers. And once you've chosen your Verona hotel, you can start the fun process of planning your trip to this beautiful, historic city.

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History is never far away here, and in many ways Verona remains as idyllic as it was 2,000 years ago. True, ancient venues like the Verona arena may no longer play host to gladiatorial combat, but you can still enjoy a spectacular opera show and explore the ancient fortifications nearby. The fact that most Verona hotels fit right in with the classic architecture makes it easy to immerse yourself in the Old World culture, and hotels near Verona arena are known for their accessible, cosmopolitan feel. It's just as easy to lose yourself in a Viennese cappuccino as it is to discover heart-stopping, panoramic vistas atop Castelvecchio's ramparts. Castelvecchio's city art museum is also a great location to learn how the Venetian countryside looked in centuries past as you get your footing. To find some of the best little-known views, simply stroll along the river Adige. Many hotels near Verona arena also rent bicycles, allowing you to whizz around like a local. Booking hotels near Verona arena in the heart of town is a great way to access everything the city has to offer, but equally you shouldn't be afraid to venture south or across the Adige. Iconic landmarks like the Porta Nuova and the Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore are worth the trip in and of themselves.

What is there to do in Verona?

A trip to Verona is like stepping back in time, especially in city centre with its carefully preserved Roman, Medieval and Renaissance architecture. Major highlights include the Roman Arena, one of the world's best preserved amphitheatres and a wonderful place to catch a summer opera performance. Further evidence of Roman life in Verona can be found at the stunning Porta Borsari, what was once the Roman Gate to the city and now looks over one of its most popular shopping streets. Less crowded than Rome, Florence or Venice, Verona still boasts stunning buildings and fabulous piazzas complete with gurgling fountains. The city's most famous is the Piazza delle Erbe, the location of over two millennia of important trading which today is home to some of Italy's most delicious ice-cream offerings. The fair city of Verona is perhaps most famous for Romeo and Juliet and their warring families. The Casa di Giulietta (Juliet's House) pays homage to the heroine of Shakespeare’s timeless love story, and is a fabulous place to get a feel for the tale. If you want to get enjoy spectacular views of Verona from up high, ascend the 238 steps to the top of the Lamberti Tower, or take the handy lift. Verona also boasts a large number of important religious buildings, including the Verona Cathedral, built in the 12th century as a replacement for its 8th-century predecessor which was destroyed in an earthquake. Don't miss the much smaller San Giorgetta chapel: it may not look imposing from the outside, but inside there’s a fascinating collection of Renaissance frescoes.

Days trips from Verona

The city of Verona is perfectly located for some of Italy's best day trips. Verona's renowned sister, Venice, is only a 90-minute drive to the east, and plenty of other day trips from Verona are also available. Highlights of Venice include taking a gondola through one of its many waterways or catching the Venice Film Festival. A 90-minute drive to the west is the fashion capital of the world, Milan, a great place to hit the shops and enjoy a night out. The banks of the famous Lake Garda, the largest of Italy's Great Lakes, are just a 30-minute drive to the west, where visitors can enjoy the peace and serenity of small Alpine villages and towns as well as the beaches of the lake itself.™ Rewards

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