Verona is a city in the Veneto region in northeastern Italy and has about 275,000 inhabitants. Although it might not be as well known as other bigger cities in the country, the city has a lot to offer for travellers including many shows, operas and fantastic old building styles dating back to the Medieval and Renaissance periods.
From the Verona Travel Guide
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we felt very comfortable at B&B agli scavi, and we couldn t imagine any better accomodation for our stay! it was perfect. ... more
My friend and I stayed here for only one night and it was wonderful. We had a great breakfast and were given so many options for places to eat and things to do via a map that we didn't get a chance to do everything. The room was beautiful and the bathroom was clean - great location and an excellent price. ... more
Approximately how much time do you think would be needed to visit Verona? And are there any major attractions that are a must see? thanks ...
Verona in June
Hey gang, I'm thinking of bringing my teenage daughter on a three day visit to Verona in early June . Money is a ===big=== concern so can anyone recommend a cheap(ish) but respectable small hotel not far from the centre. Thanks as always everyone. ...
Bead & Breakfast in Verona
Hi guys! Can someone reccomand cheap bed and breakfast place in Verona, Italy? Thanx !! ...
"Castelvecchio Museum (Italian: Museo Civico di Castelvecchio) is a museum in Verona, northern Italy, located in the eponymous medieval castle. Restoration by the architect Carlo Scarpa, between 1959 and 1973, has enhanced the appearance of the building and exhibits. Scarpa's unique architectural style ...
Posted in Italy 2010 by AMarcynuk
27 September - Italy
and a few others dating back to 1200s. Verona was another interesting city: one also run by the Guilds. These provided the ultimate in democratic rule. I guess that has aided Verona, Venice and Florence being ...
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