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Verona is one of the largest cities in the North of Italy. Visiting Verona is an amazing opportunity to discover Italian culture thanks to the fairs, shows and the operas that take place in the old amphiteatre. You will find that Verona is a mix of Roman and Medieval architecture. The Borgo Milano quarter is a residential area located in the west of the city. Hotels in Borgo Milano, Verona are near all the important landmarks of Verona while providing you with the quieter atmosphere of a residential area. Staying near the Corso Milano is an ideal way to discover what life in Northern Italy is truly like while being near historical and architectural landmarks.

What's Borgo Milano Like?

Corso Milano is a busy street with many shops and restaurants. Taking a stroll on Corso Milano towards the water is a great way to discover what life in Verona is like while admiring some of the traditional buildings. You need to see the Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore, located close to Borgo Milano, the Museo di Castelvecchio if you are interested in Medieval architecture and the old amphitheatre to learn more about the Roman Empire. The Fiume Adige runs through the city of Verona and you will find many old bridges that connect the two banks of the city. Don't miss out on the public gardens of Giardino Giusti and the Duomo di Verona to see some artwork by Titian. Hotels in Borgo Milano, Verona are near all these landmarks and allow you to easily access the public transportation system of Verona so that you can discover the rest of the city.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Borgo Milano

Verona is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Northern Italy. The locals are very friendly and you will get plenty of opportunities to interact with them if you attend one of the many festivals or take a stroll on the Corso Milano. Even though everyone speaks Italian in Verona, you might come across some locals who also speak Tuscan language, a mix of Italian and Dalmatian. There are many specialities one can find only in the North of Italy, cotoletta alla valdostana, a veal chop covered in cheese, canederli, a sort of dumpling and oso buco. You will also find that horse and donkey meats are common ingredients of Tuscan cuisine. The hotels in Borgo Milano, Verona selected by are ideal choices for your trip to Verona if you want to stay in the quieter and more relaxing part of the city.

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