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What's Basso Veronese, Verona Like?

Basso Veronese is an attractive area approximately 14 miles from the center of Verona in the Veneto region of Italy. Not only do hotels in Basso Veronese, Verona allow you to enjoy a quieter suburban setting away from the crowds, you're within easy reach of the Alps, Venice, and of course all the attractions of Verona. The area is known for attractions like the 14th century Bevilacqua Castle, and history fans will love seeing original features like the Rose Hall, the Spanish Hall, and the Ballroom. Visit San Pietro in Tillida, a beautiful church that is one of the best examples of Romanesque architecture in Basso Veronese. A marble plaque above the entrance hints at the church being rebuilt in the 16th century and it is thought to date from the 10th. Basso Veronese is by the Aldige River, and popular pastimes include fishing and cycling, while the river is a nice spot for a walk on a warm, sunny day.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Basso Veronese, Verona

Basso Veronese is a friendly area and though staff at hotels in Basso Veronese, Verona probably will speak English, many of the locals you meet might not. It's a good idea to learn a few words of Italian or arm yourself for a phrase book to ensure that you have a fully satisfying and authentic experience. You won't find pizza on the menu in local cafes and restaurants, but the area is known for its delicious dishes such as pizzocheri or buckwheat pasta with sage and cheese. Try a glass of local Valpolicella or wash down your meal with a glass of Rossa di Verona, a refreshing beer that is only available locally. Take a look at the Hotels.com website for a few more tips to make your holiday special.

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