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Vicolo Volto Cittadella 16 Int 3
0.2 Miles from the centre

Near Verona Arena

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per night from £35
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Via Enrico Fermi 13b
3 Miles from the centre

In Verona (Borgo Roma)

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Via dei Mutilati, 3D
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

Near Verona Arena

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Via Enrico Fermi, 11C
2.8 Miles from the centre

The ibis Verona hotel is located close to the Fiera di Verona exhibition center and the A4 highway. The historic center, the Verona Arena and the famous Juliet's house are within easy reach and the hotel also offers a free outdoor car park. Free WIFI, bar with terrace open 24 hours a day and ibis Kitchen restaurant. The hotel is also perfect for conferences, seminars and business trips thanks to its 5 meeting rooms. Free outdoor car park, paying private indoor parking.

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Via Zannoni Ugo 26
1.3 Miles from the centre

Near Veronafiere

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Via Jacopo Foroni 8
0.6 Miles from the centre

Near Porta Nuova

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Via San Marco, 11
1 Mile from the centre

In Verona (Borgo Milano)

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Via Giulio Camuzzoni 2
0.7 Miles from the centre

The Piccolo Hotel conserves, regardless of the modernity of the furnishings and internal facilities, the warm and familiar aspect of the traditional hotels.

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per night from £56
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Via Col Bricon n.1
1.1 Miles from the centre

Near Borgo Trento Hospital

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per night from £57
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Via Ponte Rofiolo 2/A
0.3 Miles from the centre

Near Verona Arena

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Via Tezone 1
0.2 Miles from the centre

Near Verona Arena

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per night from £58
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Hotels in Verona

A stunning old city which straddles the Adige river in Veneto, northern Italy, Verona is perhaps most famous for being the home of Romeo and Juliet in the Shakespeare play. The city is easily one of the main tourist destinations in northern Italy, not just for its famous literary connections, but also due to its stunning architecture, annual fairs and shows.

An abundant history

From the third century onwards, Verona was an important Roman trade centre, and many of their structures such as gates, a forum and a grand arena are still standing today. During the Middle Ages, the city was further developed by the tyrannical Scaligeri clan, and flourished under their rule. The elaborate Gothic shrines and tombs of the family around the city are testament to their love of fine architecture.

It's virtually impossible to walk around Verona without walking into any ancient buildings. The impressive Roman arena was built in the first century in the same style as Rome's Colosseum and is one of the best-preserved buildings of its type in the world. Still in use today, the arena is famous for holding large scale operas, festivals and music concerts, and visitors can look around when there are no scheduled events.

A major destination for tourists is Juliet's House, supposedly the location of the famous balcony love scene in Romeo and Juliet. ‘Juliet's Tomb', the suggested resting place of the legendary character, can be found at the Capuccin Church, which also houses the Antonian Fresco Museum.

Be sure to visit the Castelvecchio, a red-brick fortified castle built in the 14th century on the banks of the Aldige. The castle is home to the Verona Art Museum, which is packed with a vast collection of medieval sculptures and Renaissance paintings.

The Piazza delle Erbe is the location of the ancient Roman Forum, and is a major focal point of the city. The Piazza is also home to the Britney Verona fountain, the 14th-century Gardello Tower and a small street market.

Verona Cathedral replaced an eight-century church which was destroyed in an earthquake in the 12th century. Containing an ornate marble Romanesque façade by the Veronese architect Nicolò, the cathedral also boasts a medieval carving of Jonah being swallowed by the whale and many other biblical scenes.

Food and drink

There are two main areas for enjoying a spot of wine or a light bite: Piazza Brà and Piazza Erbe. For less expense and more atmosphere, wander through the small lanes of the centro storico and discover the many small restaurants and bars.

Visit Antica Osteria Al Duomo for a cosy and authentic feel. Here you can eat great local dishes and enjoy well-priced local wine. The Ristorante-Pizzeria San Matteo Church, located in a former church, has a fast-food service and a long and varied pizza menu, as well as seafood alternatives.

Verona is a beautiful spot for a break, and you'll find a fantastic variety of Verona hotels from which to choose.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Verona

What are the most booked hotels in Verona?

According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Verona are Hotel Piccolo, Hotel San Pietro and La Grotta Hotel.

What is the lowest price for a double room in Verona?

The lowest price for a double room in Verona is £34.

If I want to stay in the center of Verona, which hotels shall I consider?

If you want to stay near the center of Verona, you can consider staying at DiMoras House, Colomba D'Oro Hotel and Hotel Mastino.

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