Verona’s main attractions need no introduction, but the city, aside from its majestic Roman amphitheatre, opera festival and Shakespearean heritage, the There’s much more to offer. While looking for Juliet’s balcony, visitors will see a remarkable array of squares, streets, churches, towers and bridges that make this The historic centre of the city became one of the most beautiful places in Northern Italy.
A visit to the medieval centre of Verona, nestled in the meandering Adige River, is the best way to enjoy the ‘City of Romance’, we Some of the best accommodation options have been selected for you.
From ￡68 per night
Hotel Torcolo is located in the heart of the city’s historic centre, a short distance from the famous Arena di The Verona Arena is just a 5-minute walk away. Formerly a tavern and inn, the hotel takes its name from the grape presses traditionally used during the grape harvest, and the hotel’s outside Murals from its early history are still displayed on the walls. Today, it offers 19 individually decorated rooms, all with Wi-Fi, double-glazed windows, a fridge and a safe. Major attractions nearby include Juliet’s House, Piazza delle Elbe, and the Piazza della Rocca. (delle Erbe) and Scaligeri Tombs, while the airport is only a short distance away. It is a 15-minute drive away. The hotel also offers a 24-hour help desk.
GABBIA D’ORO Hotel
From Pound252 per night
Hidden around the corner from Piazza delle Erbe, this five-star hotel has the best location in Verona! One of the. Housed in a stately 18th-century building, the hotel’s rooms range from double rooms to luxurious terrace suites. Each room and public area is decorated with period furniture, original frescoes and ancient paintings, and includes a winter garden, a Library and an outdoor garden inspired by the Middle Ages. The library can also be used as a meeting room, making this luxury hotel ideal for both business and leisure travellers.
COLOMBA D’ORO Hotel
From Pound110 per night
When the Arena di Verona began to host opera performances in 1913, the nearby Columbia The Hotel Colomba d’Oro has become a destination for fans and artists alike! accommodation. A later renovation enhanced its luxurious appeal, and today the hotel is a model for the local hospitality industry. Marble bathrooms, classic furnishings and exquisite décor lend an air of elegance to each room, while comforts include individual air conditioning free Wi-Fi and a minibar. The mosaics and original stone walls in the public areas bear witness to the ancient history of the building, which was originally a monastery in the 14th century.
From ￡99 per night
Overlooking the Piazza delle Erbe, Hotel Aurora bears witness to one of the city’s most beautiful and beautiful neighbourhoods. Representative of the comings and goings of the square, the surrounding buildings have survived the years. In good weather, such a scene can serve as a backdrop for the guests’ breakfast, which can be enjoyed on the terrace. The hotel’s rooms range from standard doubles to apartments and are equipped with classic décor, private bathrooms, parquet floors and work desks. Services offered at the hotel include a 24-hour reception, a breakfast buffet and free Wi-Fi.
Antica PORTA LEONA
From Pound113 per night
In this 15th-century building, some rooms are inspired by operatic classics such as Tosca, the Traviata ( (Traviata), Aida and Turandot, operas that are at great distances from the The Arena is only 5 minutes away and is staged regularly. The Juliet balcony, Piazza delle Erbe and the Scaligeri Mausoleum ( (Scaligeri Tombs) is also nearby, and Verona’s historic centre has plenty of shops and restaurants. But staying here is also an attractive option, as Hotel Antica Porta Leona A wellness centre equipped with a swimming pool, a gym and a spa is available. For guests arriving by their own means of transport, the hotel also offers valet service.