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Leonardo Hotel Verona

11C Via Enrico Fermi, 37135 Verona
Next to popular sights and attractions
Free Wi-Fi
Pets allowed
24-hour front desk
Flat-screen TV
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Immortalised as the setting for Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy Romeo and Juliet, Verona is every bit as charming and historic as you’d expect. Situated on the Adige river in Northern Italy, this Renaissance city combines excellent food and wine from the surrounding Veneto region with some seriously special architecture, from the San Zeno Basilica to the Instagram-worthy Ponte Pietra bridge and more. Those who enjoy browsing Italy’s famous boutiques can head to Via Mazzini and Corso Porta Borsari for a dose of designer chic, while visitors keen for panoramic views can take the funicular railway up to the beautiful, tree-lined Castel San Pietro. And when it comes to places to stay, you’ll find all creature comforts and a warm welcome at Leonardo Hotel Verona.

Get your bearings

Verona is not short of historic sites, but the best place to start your visit is the Roman Arena, which dates back to 1AD and which the city centres around. Now the venue for a popular annual summer opera festival, the Amphitheatre is impressively preserved, and from there you can walk through the pretty city streets to the House of Juliet. While Shakespeare’s play was a work of fiction, this site has been adopted as the home of the star-crossed lover thanks to its picturesque balcony and the bronze statue of the character that stands in the courtyard. Dating back to the 13th century, today people attach love letters to the house’s outer walls in hope of receiving Juliet’s blessing.

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While this is a city steeped in heritage, there are also more modern activities to be found. For a different view of Verona, take to the river Adige on a rafting trip, where you can paddle beneath the quaint bridges, pass the Castelvecchio castle museum and reach a 300-year-old Venetian customs house. Better yet, join one of the evening Raft and Wine tours which combines river rafting with stops to sample local wines, cheeses and pastas en route.

While you’re there

Don’t leave Verona without taking the opportunity to explore the surrounding area. From the serene elegance of Lake Garda, just 20 minutes’ train ride from Verona, to the bountiful wine regions of Soave and Valpolicella on either side of the city, it’s well worth taking the time to venture into these rural districts, which offer all of the charm of Tuscany but without the accompanying crowds.

Immortalised as the setting for Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy Romeo and Juliet, Verona is every bit as charming and historic as you’d expect....
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