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Art&Coffee        
Vicolo Cieco Agnello 1

Art&Coffee offers a fantastic location, putting you just a 5-minute walk from Piazza delle Erbe and Juliet's House. Free perks include WiFi and buffet breakfast daily between 7 AM and 11 AM. There's also a terrace, and rooms offer LCD TVs and room service.
B&B La Bella Verona        
Via Generale Armando Diaz,10

In the centre of Verona, B&B La Bella Verona is 400 yards from Piazza Bra and the Verona Arena . Offering free Wi-Fi, it is within a 5-minute walk of the restaurants and shops of the historic centre.With a private bathroom, the air-conditioned rooms come with a flat-screen TV, wardrobe and heating.
Casa Baldo Apartment        
Via Don Giuseppe Baldo

Casa Baldo Apartment is situated in Verona and is close to the area's popular attractions.Casa Baldo Apartment offers a comfortable room, equipped to accommodate the needs of any traveller.The hotel is ideally located in the Veneto Wine Region, allowing guests to easily sample the area's specialities.
Bagolina B&B Star Rating 1.5        
Via Valpolicella 10,

Bagolina B&B is located in Verona and is close to Valpolicella. It also provides a lift.Bagolina Boutique B&B has 3 charming rooms that are filled with a variety of essential amenities to ensure guests have a comfortable stay.
Art&Breakfast        
Via Carlo Cattaneo 7

Conveniently situated, Art&Breakfast offers easy access to Verona's main hot spots. It provides a library, and is a short stroll from the Teatro Filarmonico and Piazza Bra.The bed & breakfast has 3 well-appointed rooms that are accompanied by a variety of essential facilities to ensure guests have a comfortable stay.
B&B La Torre Star Rating 1        
Via Quattro Spade 9

Centrally located, Relais La Torre Verona allows for easy access to Verona's popular sightseeing areas. Only a short stroll from the Verona Arena, it offers stylish rooms equipped with wireless internet access.There are a range of facilities available to guests of the guest house, such as a lift and wireless internet.
PortaNuova B&B        
Via Case dei Ferrovieri Porta Nuova 14

PortaNuova B&B is set in Verona and is a short walk from Verona Porta Nuova Bus Station. It is ideally positioned for those wishing to visit the area's popular attractions.There are a range of amenities available to those staying at the hotel, including a tour desk, luggage storage and a lift.
B&B Al Parco        
Via campania n 19

B&B Al Parco is situated in Verona and is close to the area's well-known attractions.The bed & breakfast has 2 rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure an enjoyable stay.B&B Al Parco is ideally situated in the Veneto Wine Region, allowing guests to easily sample the region's specialities.
B&B Pousada Verona        
Via Bassone 57/A

Located in Verona, B&B Pousada Verona is an easy drive from Valpolicella and Bardolino DOC.Rooms at the guest house are comfortable and feature a sofa bed, a flat-screen TV and an in-room closet. They all provide an en suite bathroom where a hair dryer and a shower can be found.
Bed and Breakfast Romy Rocker Star Rating 2        
Via Trezzolano 5 A

Bed and Breakfast Romy Rocker provides a comfortable setting when in Verona. It also offers free bicycle rental.B&B Romy Rocker has 2 themed rooms that are accompanied by a variety of essential amenities to ensure guests have an enjoyable stay.
 
 
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Verona Italy is situated in Veneto, in north Italy (Europe). It lies on the Adige river and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in northern Italy. The name is instantly recognizable for fans of literature. Shakespeare set a number of his play here and made reference to the city of Verona in works such as Romeo and Juliet, the Taming of the Shrew and of course, the two Gentleman of Verona. The reason Verona is so popular with visitors is in part thanks to its art scene and heritage. The city has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status, thanks to its stunning architecture. The mix between old and new is subtle in Verona, which is proud of its heritage but also a modern day international commercial center. Tourists enjoy a welcoming atmosphere and subtropical climate. It is best visited in the summer, which is hot, rather than winter which is cold and humid. The beginning or end of the summer season is most comfortable in terms of temperature. During an earthquake in the year 1118, much of the Roman monuments and architecture from the early Middle Ages was destroyed in Verona, which led to a large scale rebuild. Its highlight from this is the Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore, a fine example of Romanesque architecture at its best. The Duomo, a Romanesque church, is also a favorite with visitors. Other visitor highlights include:

The Arena, a Roman marble open-air opera house which survives the 12th century earthquake and was built in the 1st century AD. It seats 30,000 people and as well as general visits to the Arena, it is the stage to the opera greats of our time and numerous live concerts. The Castle on the River Adife, called Castelvecchio was built in the 1350s. The fortress was damaged by Napoleon and again in World War One by bombings, but has been restored and is now a large museum. Piazza delle Erbe is an area with many cafes, restaurants and nightlife and popular with visitors. Verona offers tourists a diverse mix, enjoyed by all ages and for those with varied interests. It is a pretty and picturesque place, with excellent Italian cuisine and wines. It has changed so much in its history that a tour is highly recommended to get an idea of how things may have been in the city's history and to learn more about it. It is the ideal city for a romantic break away, to walk the same streets and visit the same sights as Shakespeare's favorite characters.