Hotels in Verona, Italy
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- Verona City Centre
- Arena di Verona
- Aquardens Spa
- Juliet's House
- Piazza Bra
- Verona City Hall
- Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi
- Fiera di Verona
- Borgo Trento Hospital
- Porta Nuova
- Piazza delle Erbe
- Verona Cathedral
- Romeo's House
- Roman Theater
- Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore
- University of Verona
- Equestrian Sporting Club Paradiso
- Ospedale Policlinico Borgo Roma
- Piazza dei Signori
- Juliet's Tomb
Best hotels in Verona
Verona is a city that lies on the Adige River in Northern Italy. A city with great culture, Verona was the setting for three of Shakespeare's plays (The Taming of the Shrew, Two Gentlemen of Verona, and Romeo and Juliet). Hotels.com can help the individual who wants to explore this remarkable city by providing them with an extensive listing of Verona Hotels. All the potential traveler has to do is enter the name of the city in Hotels.com's search box along with the dates of their stay and Hotels.com will pull up all of the listings of Verona Hotels they have a partnership with. We have a huge selection of accommodation types for all budgets and a very user-friendly interface as well. Beside each hotel listing, there is a rating system administered by previous guests of the hotels. This rating alerts potential guests to whether the hotel is a good choice or not. Hotels.com also has a function that alerts a traveler to when a hotel is about to be fully occupied.
What's Verona Like?
Verona has been named a UNESCO World Heritage site because of the immense amount of centuries-old buildings that it possesses. Although Verona has some ancient Roman structures, an earthquake in 1177 demolished many of them and led to a massive rebuilding effort with the unintended consequence of changing the architectural style. Nonetheless, a few Roman buildings do still survive. The Porta Leoni is the 1st Century B.C. ruins of what was once a Roman city gate. It is now a part of a medieval building. The Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore is a shrine dedicated to Verona's patron saint, Saint Zeno, and was built between 1123 to 1135. Saint Anastasia is a huge church commissioned by the Dominicans that took almost two centuries to build. Visitors can tour the Castelvecchio bridge, which was commissioned in 1354 by the ruler Cangrande in order to give him a means of escape in case the populace rebelled. Although the bridge was destroyed in 1945 by retreating German troops in World War II, it was reconstructed in 1951. Verona also has a number of football teams, including one called Hellas Verona and another called Chievo Verona, who share a stadium.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Verona
Because Verona is a larger place, it should not be difficult finding locals who speak English. Most of the employees at your hotel will speak English, and most people in public service professions may as well. If you are going to venture about to any degree it might behoove you to have an Italian phrase book handy, especially if you venture out into the countryside. Upon meeting and leaving, Italians exchange greetings of either Buongiorno or Buona sera. Avoid using "ciao" as that is only used among people that know each other very well. Italy has a huge number of ancient churches, and many of them are full of fantastic works of art that you may wish to visit. However, you should consider your choice of clothing before a visit. Many of these churches are still places of worship, and they should be treated as such. Hotels.com is your one-stop-shop for all of your Verona Hotels and for information on the area as well. We put the time and expertise into creating a great seleciton of hotels so you can put less work and more leisure in your holiday.
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