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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
What you should know about Valpolicella
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What's Valpolicella, Verona like?
Hotels in Valpolicella, Verona are perfectly placed for exploring the city and Valpolicella wine producing region. Verona is in the Veneto area of Italy just an hour from Venice and William Shakespeare chose it as the setting for Romeo and Juliet, one of his best-loved plays. Romantics can visit Juliet's House in Via Capello, a whimsical tribute to the famous play, with a balcony that couples enjoy posing on. You're within easy reach of the Arena, a Roman amphitheater which dates from the 1st century AD and which is used for spectacular productions during the opera season. Take a stroll in Piazza Erbe where the Forum would have been in Roman times. See the 14th century Britney Verona fountain or go to the top of Lamberti's Tower for spectacular views. Lamberti's is the highest of the city's towers and if you don't wish to climb up 238 steps you can take the lift. Visit Castelvecchio, the magnificent red brick castle that sits on the banks of the River Aldige and which is home to an impressive art museum today.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Verona
Verona is a friendly city, and although not all locals speak English most will be happy to assist with directions. It is worth learning a few simple phrases of Italian, and these will prove useful when dining in restaurants and cafes close to hotels in Valpolicella, Verona. Try bollito misto, a mixed meat dish that is served with peara, a sauce unique to Verona and wash it down with a fine Valpolicella. Find more vacation tips at Hotels.com where you can also see some of the best accommodation in the city.
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