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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 Cittadella
Cittadella is a historic walled town of Verona, northeast Italy. It is a quaint town that offers a quiet retreat for holidaymakers. Whether you are planning to rent a room during the annual September medieval fair, or a romantic getaway in the summer, Hotels.com has a great choice of hotels in Cittadella, Verona, for you to pick from. Our site includes an interactive map, which makes it easy for you to see where each hotel is in relation to attractions and transport routes. If you are traveling to Cittadella with your family you may be interested in hotels with special rates for children. For those on a small budget, use the price per night filter to view the Cittadella rentals that are within your price range. Facilities available may differ from one hotel to another, so read through the descriptions to find out what is available.
What's Cittadella Like?
Cittadella has a temperate climate with four distinct seasons, including hot summers and cool winters. It was first founded in the 13th century as a military outpost. A must visit for guests staying at hotels in Cittadella, Verona, is the imposing Vicenza gate. Sections of the restored walls surrounding the town can be walked along and stunning panoramic views enjoyed. Within easy reach of Hotels.com rentals in Cittadella is the elegant 18th century Duomo, which stands in the center of the town. While here, take the time to visit The Casa del Capitana, which is home to old frescoes that provide a historical account in pictorial form of events that occurred from the 13th to the 17th century. Cittadella has plenty of shops, pleasant bars, and eateries. There is also a park situated beyond the walls, where tourists can enjoy a leisurely stroll.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cittadella
Italians consider personal appearance to be of utmost importance, so it's important to dress smartly. The clothes you wear will generally influence a local's opinion of you, such as your wealth, education and social standing. When greeting an Italian, shake hands and look them in the eye. Dining is an important time for Italians to socialize with family members and friends, so this can be quite a lengthy affair. If you are invited around to a local's home for dinner, wait until your host commences eating before you do. Talking with food in your mouth is considered bad-mannered. When purchasing gifts, such as wine or chocolates, ensure that they are of a high quality. The language spoken in Cittadella is Italian, so if you aren't fluent, remember to pack a phrasebook into your suitcase. Hotels.com has a fine choice of hotels in Cittadella, Verona, available for booking now.
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