What a beautiful romantic quaint place. I could walk around for days and just enjoy the streaming water around the old city and the beautiful calming sights.
Upper class town, clean, sophisticated. And a bus ride away from Lake Guarda.Enjoyed every moment of just walking around teh area, and waking up to the silence on the streets.Even the rain was quiet!
Lots to see: Arena, historic sites, religious sites, home of Romeo and Juliet. Worth a visit, though the crowds can get large.
well people really friendly there , the downtown is amazing with the arena and the shops it all nice and good u will really enjoy as family or couples food is really nice and good quality it really good place for relaxing and joy
A very convenient place for tourists whose main interests are culture, arts and history. Beautiful churches abound.
All main attractions are close by and can easily be reached walking around while discovering new things on the way.
When you travel to Verona, you are recommended to visit Venice. It takes more than an hour by train from Verona.
One day visit to Venice, and return to Verona hotel with about Euro 15 by Train.
Although we only spent one full day at Verona city center, still it is very attractive and worth to tour around.
I believe I will visit again because its location is appropriate for serving a base hub at North East part of Italy.
City has some lovely tourist attractions including the second largest Colosseum in Italy, and the Sirmione peninsular area on Lake La Garda is only 50 kms away
It is a romantic place for couples where you can do alot of shopping and then sit by one of the restuarants along the Arena and enjoy a good meal.
A good place to shop and see the culture. Just remember that if you take a photo with one of the dressed "GUARDS", they will expect you to pay them!