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The bustling city of Verona is one of Italy's tourist meccas. Travelers flock to Verona each summer to view fabled locations from William Shakespeare's tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, or to attend the yearly wine and opera festivals. Travelers can escape the crowds in the quiet Borgo Trento neighborhood, which is located north of the city center. It can be quite challenging to find hotels in Borgo Trento, Verona, because rooms are often booked months in advance, especially during festival dates. Hotels.com, a leading hotel reservations website, makes finding the right hotel room quick and easy. Travelers can visit the website of travel experts Hotels.com and, after answering a few simple questions,they can choose from several hotels in Borgo Trento, Verona. Hotels.com always has Verona hotel rooms available, even during peak tourist season.

What's Borgo Trento, Verona, like?

Borgo Trento is a quiet residential neighborhood located north of the Adige River. Most of Verona's tourist attractions are in the city's southern sector, while Borgo Trento is ideal for quieter pursuits, like an afternoon stroll along the Adige. Verona's riverside walk allows travelers to view the city's many well-preserved buildings, including the lovely Ponte Scaligero, a medieval bridge so beloved by the Verona's citizens that it was rebuilt after it was destroyed in 1945; in fact, the Veronese dredged the river to salvage the original masonry. Further east, the Renaissance church, San Giorgio in Braida, contains masterpieces by Paolo Veronese and Tintoretto. As you might expect, there are many Roman ruins in Verona, including a Roman theater built in the 1st century B.C.that lies at the Eastern end of Borgo Trento. A monastery near the theater houses the Museo Archreologico, which has many Roman artifacts, including a bronze bust of the Emperor Augustus.

Tip for Getting Along with Locals in Borgo Trento, Verona

Verona is one of Italy's friendliest cities and the helpful tourist officials make it even easier to see all Verona has to offer with a VeronaCard. The card, which is relatively cheap, saves travelers money by giving them access to many world class sites both in the Borgo Trento neighborhood and in surrounding areas. The VeronaCard also provides transportation on city buses. Travelers can save even more money by using Hotels.com to book hotels in Borgo Trento, Verona. The website offers many hotels at deeply discounted rates and travels can even search for hotels based on budget. On-the-go travelers can also download Hotels.com's smartphone app, which offers a wide range of great savings to our customers.

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