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How to Find the Best Romantic Hotel in Verona with Venere

Verona is one of Italy's most picturesque cities. Made famous by William Shakespeare, you can expect Old World charm, but there's also a lot here to surprise you. Of course, it's highly romantic, so a city break to Verona is top of many couples' lists and there's plenty to do for kids as well. One thing's for sure, a great romantic hotel can make or break your stay and that is where Venere comes in, with our stunning range of accommodation around "the little marblery". We have maps of surrounding attractions, photos of typical rooms, and reviews from past guests, so after having booked your hotel you can concentrate on enjoying this wonderful city.

What's Verona Like?

There are reminders of Verona's past all around you. The Roman Arena is an old amphitheater located in the Piazza Brà that once seated 30,000 people. There's also the Teatro Romano overlooking the river, the site of plays rather than hand-to-hand combat. From here you can take a lift up to the Archaeological Museum. From Torre Lamberti, a bell tower in Piazza Erbe, you can get panoramic views over the hotels around Verona and over to the Dolomite Hills. If you're on the trail of those doomed lovebirds, Romeo and Juliet, you're not going to be disappointed. "Juliet's House" is found on Via Cappello, complete with balcony and the famous Juliet statue; people line up to rub her right breast for luck. You can go inside and even visit "Juliet's Tomb" a short distance away. It's all good fun as long as you take it with a pinch of salt.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Verona

Verona is a friendly town and in fact its residents have a particular reputation in Italy for having fun. Locals are approachable but converse with each other in a dialect. When speaking, English is quite well known but you might do better if you know some German, as that is where most of the tourists come from. The bars in Piazza del Erbe are popular meeting places at about 6pm. There are many local dishes to be savored in Verona, including risotto with sausage dressing, polenta, and baci di Giulietta ("Juliet's kisses") for dessert. Another tip is to not act too touristy by sticking letters to Juliet with chewing gum to the doorway of her house. Someone has to clean it all up. So now you know the lowdown, start looking for hotels for couples in Verona with Venere today. Take advantage of our easy to use website to book online or, if you need a little extra advice, contact our team of agents, who offer their services in 11 different languages.