B&B Hotels in Verona
The city of love! Verona is famous for being the city of lovers, and the places that gave birth to the story of Romeo and Juliet are still there for all to see. Juliet’s house, with the famous balcony, the Courtyard of the Old Market and Piazza delle Erbe. Verona also has a wealth of monuments that will transport you right back to Roman times. Visit Verona’s Arena, enter the Roman Theatre, walk across Ponte Pietra Bridge or take a stroll through the ancient Porta Borsari.
Where to book in Verona
Are you looking for an inexpensive but high-quality hotel in Verona that offers free Wi-Fi? The B&B Hotel Verona is just right for you! Located in the south of the city, just 4 km from Verona's Arena, the B&B Hotel Verona is the easiest way of exploring the beauties of the city of the Scaliger family, even during your business engagements or simply for tourism. The B&B Hotel Verona is close to the main roads but also to the centre of Veronese life. The town centre, where it is possible to visit Juliet’s famous house, Piazza Brà and the Torre dei Lamberti, is just a short bus ride away. The B&B Hotel Verona is perfect both for your business engagements and as somewhere for you to relax.
History and urbanism
Verona is second only to Rome when it comes to Roman ruins, which is another reason it was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. Every corner of the city reveals thousands of years of history. Close to the historic town centre it is possible to visit Verona’s Arena, the third most important after the Coliseum and the amphitheatre in Capua. Alternatively you can follow the line of the large Scaliger walls that extend for a distance of approx. 9 kilometres and constitute one of the city’s most evocative attractions.
Take a walk through the romantic streets in the centre of Verona, beginning with Juliet’s House, made famous by the words of William Shakespeare, and then on to Via Mazzini for some shopping or Piazza delle Erbe to sample a Spritz (a typical wine-based cocktail commonly served as an aperitif in Northeast Italy) or a good glass of white wine. If you’d rather lose yourself in a maze of greenery, then visit Giusti Gardens and then take a walk amid the lush green vegetation of the beautiful Giardini dell’Arsenale (Arsenal Gardens).
It's amid the streets of Verona's historic town centre, between the crenellated walls and soaring bell towers that the city's artistic and architectural heritage is preserved. Places such as the church of Saint Zeno, the Cathedral with its capitular library and the official church of the noble Scaliger family, Saint Anastasia’s. Outside of Verona it is possible to visit the Parks of the Adige, Lake Garda and the different theme parks for adults and children.
Events in Verona are not to be missed. If you happen to be in the city in September, then come and take part in “Tocatì”, the international festival of street games, recognised as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO and part of the World Heritage site. And for the more romantic among you, in February the city of love organises plenty of events for St. Valentine’s that will help you enjoy the most passionate day of the year in this magical setting. For those visiting Verona in May, we recommend the event dedicated to lovers of good wine and to ancient artisan traditions: Cantine Aperte (Open Wineries)!