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Verona is a beautiful city located in northern Italy, famous for being the setting of William Shakespeare's celebrated tragedy, Romeo and Juliet. The city certainly lives up to its reputation; one of the most popular attractions in the city is the Casa di Giulietta, or the ‘house of Juliet’. Other top attractions include the Arena di Verona, one of the largest amphitheatres in the world, and a walk along the Adige River and its many bridges.
The Old Town is where you’ll find most of Verona’s tourist attractions. It’s not surprising really; Verona’s Old Town is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its houses, buildings and amazing architecture transport you back in time. Explore its winding cobblestone streets all the way to the city’s highlight, the Arena di Verona, the old Roman amphitheatre that’s still in use today, putting on regular gigs by international artists like Pearl Jam and Muse.
Stay right in the heart of the action with a hotel in Verona’s Old Town. There are around 45 hotels in this area overall, with plenty of three star hotels to choose from, as well as a few budget 2 star and some more luxury four star hotels. Since this is a city of (forbidden) love, the romantic hotels are well represented. You’ll find a number located around the medieval Piazza delle Erbe, offering beautiful views. There are also a number of spa hotel, so why not treat your loved one and let them unwind with a massage treatment.
Villafranca di Verona is a town about 20 minutes drive from the city and is also the name of the region’s airport. There are approximately 10 available properties around here, mainly business hotels (some with restaurant and airport transfer) and spa hotels.
Valpolicella is a wine region north of Verona with about 10 hotels to choose from. Why not choose one of the luxury five-star hotels with outdoor pool, free parking and (24-hour) room service. Some even provide full spa facilities; perfect to help you unwind, along with that glass of locally made wine.