Holidays To Verona

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Set amidst the beauty of Lake Garda, Verona is a lush paradise of beautiful hills, green woods and scenic beaches. Discover attractive Borges boasting historical villas and colourful little houses when you choose all-inclusive holidays to Verona from Travel Center. Enjoy exploring castles, monasteries, sanctuaries and gorgeous Romanesque communities. The garden city allowing access to Po Valley and the Alpines is conducive for hiking and excursions across orchards, olive-groves and lush vineyards. Visit the wine region showcasing traditional Italian wine production and taste excellent Soave, Valpolicella, Amarone and Recioto. Verona is home to the third-largest amphitheatre in Rome featuring concerts and operas. The ‘city of lovers’ is where Romeo and Juliet lived, visit Juliet’s house complete with the famous balcony. Fall in-love with medieval and renaissance architecture the Piazza Erbeis a fine example. Discover Giordino Giusti Italy’s beautiful Renaissance garden. Holidays to Verona from Travel Center include diving, canoeing, windsurfing, fishing and water-skiing at Lake Garda. Winter-sports too are quite popular while kids will love the many amusement parks and fun waterparks. Savour the wonderful dishes of Verona, soft pastries, fresh pastas, cheeses and delicious desserts. The convenient all-inclusive holiday packages to Verona from Travel Center include cheap flights, affordable accommodation for the whole family and flexible booking options. Enjoy the beauty of Verona as yourelax and rejuvenate!

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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Ryanair, Jet2, EasyJet, Thomson Airways

Languages

Italian

Best Time to Travel

June to August

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Juliet’s House (Casa De Giulietta)

Considering how Verona is the place where William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is set, here is where you will find Juliet’s house that includes the most famous balcony in the world and Juliet’s statue. People visit this narrow archway daily to admire and photograph it. The house was bought by the city of Verona from the Dal Cappelo family in 1905.

Roman Amphitheatre

Located in the northeast of Verona this oval shaped amphitheatre was built in the 1st century and once used as a place to fight gladiators and as a place of execution for prisoners. It is still in use today for events such as large-scale opera performances. It is one of the best preserved ancient structures of its kind.

Scaliger Castle

Built in the 13th century, it is a rare example of medieval port fortification. Construction began in 1277 by Mastino Della Scala. It was used by the Scaliger Fleet. The castle is strategically placed at the entrance of the peninsula and is surrounded by a moat and can be entered by two drawbridges.

Piazza delle Erbe

This was once used as the town’s forum during the Roman Empire. The buildings that surround the square are of the Rennaissance style architecture. The most ancient monument in the square is the fountain which was built by Cansignorio della Scala in 1368 and includes a statue called Madonna Verona.

Lamberti Tower

With construction beginning in 1173 and it’s completion in 1463 this is the highest tower among the Roman relics standing at 84 meters. The tower was again enlarged in 1448. It’s two bells signals fires, work times and hours of the day. 238 steps will take you to the top of the tower for a beautiful view of Verona.

San Zeno Maggiore Church

This minor basilica is famous partly for it’s architecture which is built according to the Romanesque style and partly due to the tradition of it being known as the crypt where Romeo and Juliet were married. The church is dedicated to St. Zeno of Verona.

Castelvecchio

Located on the river Aldige, this castle is the most important military construction of the Scaliger Dynasty. It is powerful and compact in size and does not have much decoration. The castle has seven towers and four main buildings inside and is surrounded by a ditch that has now run dry. It is now home to the Castelvecchio Musuem.

Porta Borsari

This ancient Roman gate located between two buildings dates back to the 1st century. An inscription by the gate suggests that a reconstruction of the gate took place in 265 AD during the reign of Emperor Gallienus. The gate is of white limestone and has two arches with semi columns. The upper part includes a two floor wall with twelve arched windows.

Giardino Giusti

This late Rennaissance Italian garden is one of the most beautiful parks in Europe and belongs to the Giusti Palace. It has been gradually improved since the 16th century. It has a wide variety of plants, cypress trees and Roman statues. The majestic central pathway leads to the belvedere and the summit of the hill from where the visitor can enjoy a panoramic view of the city.

Verona Cathedral

The Verona Cathedral was constructed in 1117 after two Palaeo – Christian churches were destroyed by an earthquake and was consecrated in 1187. Although the cathedral has been renovated several times, the original plan has remained unchanged. Both the interior and exterior of the Cathedral have been designed according to the Gothic styles.