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
Really, really nice hotel wich is surrounded by a beautiful nature. It was very clean and the stuff was helpful. This Hotel is located on a hill, 22km away from Verona and on the way to the Hotel you have a beautiful view down to Verona. It is the right place for travellers who liked a combination of a calm place and a beautiful city in the near. ... more
the lady at reception was extremely helpful. she gave me a map, spent time to show me all directions, prepared a tea for my parents, etc. the motel is a great pick for a good price. M. ... more
The hotel is not clean and it is very noisy. The breakfast was not included as they said in their web, they told us that we had the possibility of a breakfast not a breakfast and finally they asked us for 5 euros for a cup of milk with a thin toast, what a joke!! I definitely don´t recommend it!! ... more
Amsterdam to Paris to Barcelona to Verona
Yes, you are cramming in too much. For 3 weeks I would just go Paris-Venice-Verona-Florence-Rome. For 4 weeks you could add Amsterdam to that. I think you need to decide what you want to see, Italy, France or Spain. If you just visited the cities (Amsterdam, Paris, Barcelona and Verona) it might ...
Verona or Venice - Help me decide
Hi Sophia, They are both lovely cities but very different in my opinion. Verona has a small ...
Germany to Italy transport - help please!
We need to get from Munich to Verona, and then Verona to Maranello a day or two later - are we best to buy train tickets point-to-point or get a pass? What passes would be suitable? And best value for money? This is our first time to Europe (early-mid September). Any help really appreciated! ...
Today is about Verona. Most of the streets looked like this in Verona. Imagine how long it took to lay the roads. This is one of the parks that sit on the roads. There about 3 on this one ...
Posted in Europe by firepara3
I'm falling behind in blogs! Verona is famous for being the city in which the story Romeo and Juliet took place. The play was thought to be based off a real couple in Verona. So we visited Juliets ...
Posted in Italy 2010 by AMarcynuk
We arrived in Verona via train on Thursday. It was raining when we got here but soon cleared off to reveal this beautiful city. I have little time to write due to our cycling schedule and LATE and long meals but I hope to catch up later. In short, the cycling is fantastic and the food amazing (and A LOT ...
Posted in Ben Vivere 2011 by Velotraveller