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  • Hotel Milano & SPA***S

    Hotel Milano & SPA***S

    Verona Historical Centre, Verona

    Just 50 metres from Verona Arena, the Hotel Milano is in Verona’s historic centre. Great value, nice place and awsome jacuzzy :)

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    Avg. price/night: £72
    9.1 Superb 6,333 reviews
  • Hotel Colomba d'Oro

    Hotel Colomba d'Oro

    Verona Historical Centre, Verona

    Just 150 metres from Verona Arena, the Colomba d'Oro is set in a restored medieval convent in the historical centre. This elegant hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with an LCD satellite TV. great entrance, great breakfast, great location

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    Avg. price/night: £87
    9.1 Superb 1,617 reviews
  • Hotel Bologna

    Hotel Bologna

    Verona Historical Centre, Verona

    Hotel Bologna is a historic building facing a romantic little square only 50 metres from the Verona Arena. There is an excellent restaurant on site, and free bikes are available at reception. Excellent boutique hotel in a great location. Beds were comfy, wifi reliable, breakfast outstanding, Would highly recommend it.

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    Avg. price/night: £80
    9.0 Superb 2,069 reviews
  • Hotel Giulietta e Romeo ***S

    Hotel Giulietta e Romeo ***S

    Verona Historical Centre, Verona

    Offering free high-speed Wi-Fi, Hotel Giulietta e Romeo is just 50 metres from the Arena Verona and 200 metres from Piazza Brà square. The location is great - just a minute's walk away from the Arena di Verona. The staff is very helpful - we had to checkout early in order to catch a flight and we were offered breakfast before the buffet opened

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    Avg. price/night: £79
    9.0 Superb 1,253 reviews
  • Grand Hotel des Arts

    Grand Hotel des Arts

    Porta Nuova, Verona

    Grand Hotel des Arts is located midway between Verona’s Roman arena and the town’s train station, making this prestigious hotel not only elegant and stylish but also convenient. Everything was great. The hotel is right between the train station and the Arena, so it was very comfortable to get anywhere. The hotel staff is very nice, they are very helpful and offer to book restaurants, taxis, help find a way to get anywhere you need. The rooms are clean and quiet, there is everything you might need in a hotel. If I am to go to Verona again, I will definitely stay here.

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    Avg. price/night: £75
    9.0 Superb 1,581 reviews
  • Hotel Accademia

    Hotel Accademia

    Verona Historical Centre, Verona

    Set in Verona’s centre, just 350 metres from the Verona Arena, Hotel Accademia offers air-conditioned rooms in a convenient location. Free WiFi is available throughout. Crispy clean, comfortable rooms and beds, excellent quality of sheets and selection of pillows. Very good breakfast including salmon and very good coffee. Nice surprises the complimentary selection of juices offered every afternoon and the bicycles to explore the city. The hotel is just at the heart of the historic city, one minute from quality shops, 5 minutes from Julieta's house, Verona's Arena and nice places to eat. If you are a smoker there is a nice terrace - sitting place with sun beds and if a gym enthusiastic a well equipped gym will satisfy you. Definitely I would choose it again.

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    Avg. price/night: £92
    9.3 Superb 2,568 reviews

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A Shakespearean Fairytale

A darling of Shakespeare, beautiful Verona is the literary home of Romeo and Juliet. The medieval families of Montague and Capulet immortalised in the tragic play did actually exist and some buildings relating to the Montagues are still present.

Sorry to disappoint, but the place purporting to have been Juliet's house in Verona was not actually where she lived. However, it’s still worth suspending reality for a while and stepping out onto the balcony to see if Romeo turns up.

Another of the must-see Verona sights is the Arena, a largely intact Roman amphitheatre which is now the spectacular setting for outdoor summer operas. Smaller Roman relics include the stone bridge that crosses the river by the Roman theatre whose remains are partly beneath a house.

The city’s narrow streets house many cafes and restaurants which offer cheaper fare than the touristy ones by the Arena, although admittedly the views are less impressive. Life in Verona is laidback and elegant, so expect to see some well-heeled Italians on a post-dinner passeggiata.

Verona Airport is a little out of town, so you’ll need to take a bus to get to your Verona hotel, apartment or B&B. Book with for the best choice.