Best Verona holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Verona
Rosso San Zeno - Wifi veloce e adatto per famiglieSet in Verona, 400 metres from San Zeno Basilica and 1.1 km from Castelvecchio Museum, Rosso San Zeno, Wifi veloce, adatto famiglia offers air-conditioned accommodation with a balcony and free WiFi. The property is 2.4 km from Verona Arena and 2.5 km from Via Mazzini.Book now
Corte Realdi Suites Piazza ErbeOverlooking Piazza delle Erbe square, Corte Realdi Suites Piazza Erbe is set in a historic building in the centre of Verona, a few steps from Via Mazzini. Verona Arena is 500 metres away. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.Book now
Private accommodations in Verona
The province of Verona, located in northern Italy, is a World Heritage Site and a popular tourist destination. Not only the direct location at Lake Garda, but also numerous sights make Verona so popular with tourists. Whether you are looking for an exploratory holiday or a wellness weekend – Verona offers art and culture as well as a fascinating landscape between mountains, forests and old villas. Centrally located near Munich, Lake Garda and Milan, the city, where Romeo and Juliet were once at home, is hipper than ever.
Vacation in Verona
Private accommodation in Verona not only offers relaxation and recreation. They are also so widespread in this province that many private accommodations are offered close to the city centre. The Arena di Verona amphitheatre, where the famous opera festivals are held every year, is the central point. Located in Piazza Bra, the largest square in Verona, and surrounded by numerous restaurants and shops, you can enjoy not only cultural but also culinary delights. More quiet and surrounded by nature are accommodations in the Valpolicella wine region. Situated between old parish churches and excavation sites, culture, tradition and customs are in the foreground here. Between blossoming cherry and peach trees you can enjoy a noble drop in traditional restaurants. For lovers of the past, Valpolicella offers a total of 80 villas to visit.
The region of Basso Veronese, the plain in the southern part of the province, is ideal for cyclists. Many of the tours on offer can be done on foot or by bike. Beside some famous churches, like the Madonna della Corona in the small place Spiazzi one can see here in the truest sense of the word the rice grow. On the so-called rice route Vialone Nano Veronese, the path leads past villas, castles and numerous medieval buildings. But not only the landscape, but also the varied leisure activities make Verona a popular destination for excursions. Golf, skiing, water sports and mountain biking are just a few of the possible sports. Private accommodations in Verona at Lake Garda are the ideal place to make a detour to Limone, located in the western part. The trendy restaurant Gato Borracho is one of the absolute in places and is known for the best cocktails. Not for nothing does Gato Borracho mean “drunk cat”.
Latest reviews for places in Verona
Great place for a few people. It was very clean, in a great location, and right near public transportation. We were able to walk to and from the train station.Matthew reviewed Bright flat 50 mt from Arena in Cittadella
The apartment is very lovely decorated. It's located in the ground floor of an older building but inside it's really nice. You can hear some noise from traffic but we had no problem at all sleeping. The apartment is very well equipped with anything we could ask for. It is about a 10 minute walk to the major sites of the old town but that walk is very pleasant along the river. Also, the roman theatre is right next door. I would definitely stay again at this apartment.Sebastian reviewed Romeo&Juliet in Veronetta
Brilliant in every respect. We've stayed with quite a few places with 9flats, and this stands out above the rest. Just a stones throw from Central Verona, lovely apartment on the inside, and great cooking facilities. Also, the pictures of the apartment tell the whole story, no nasty surprises. Only advice would be to bring a map and know the bus routes, since we got horribly lost when we first arrived, but that would have been easily resolved by a little knowledge of the area.Ellie reviewed Romeo&Juliet in Veronetta