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What you should know about Fiera Verona

How to Find the Best Hotels around Fiera Verona with Hotels.com

The Fiera Verona is not merely one of the most prominent exhibition spaces in the world, but is also the centerpiece of modern Verona. So if Verona is on your itinerary, you can't go wrong by finding hotels around Fiera Verona using Hotels.com. By partnering with a host of hotels in Verona, we are able to help travelers like you find the best deals and the most convenient locations. Our innovative and accurate hotel ratings system, compiled from real reviews by previous travelers, ensures that you can feel confident in your choice of hotel and find the location that works best for you. Likewise, our collection of photos and maps for each partner location gives you a head start on planning your stay before you have even arrived. So if you need a place to stay in Verona, let us help.

What's Verona Like?

Booking hotels around Fiera Verona puts you in an excellent position to explore, as the Fiera Verona nearly always has something happening. The old city is centered around the Piazza delle Erbe, which was once home to the old Forum and still is home to Gardello Tower. The Castelvecchio, near the river, is an excellent example of a late medieval/early Renaissance castle, and houses an impressive art gallery. Verona also has one of the oldest and largest surviving Roman amphitheaters, and the Arena is even still in use for opera nearly two millennia after it was built. Many buildings in Verona are truly venerable, in fact the Duomo di Verona is also older than many Italian cathedrals, and the old city gate at Porta Borsari may be older than even the amphitheater. All this history deserves a first - and second - look and are conveniently located near Fiera Verona.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Verona

Verona is most definitely a city that you want to walk around in, especially in the evening during la passeggiata - the traditional evening walk. The locals are rather relaxed, as is the nightlife, but there is still plenty to experience - especially if you've brushed up on your Italian and can explore more thoroughly. The establishments frequented most often by the Veronese are generally found in or around the old city and Piazza delle Erbe, where you can sample more local varieties of standard Italian fare such as Pizzocheri, or some of Verona's slightly more exotic horse-based fare such as Pastissada de caval. With help from these tips, as well as from Hotels.com's selection of partner hotels around Fiera Verona, you'll be more than ready to explore this wonderful city on your next visit.

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