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Beautiful town full of shops and little cafe's. Easy to walk and very safe. We strolled up and down many streets looking for a winery (our GPS took us here) - which we never found but did stumble upon a great place that sold wine...More
Verona’s city center is a very nice place. Full of shops mixed piazza and antique buildings. Easy to walk, safe and vibrant at the same time. It’s worth to spend at least one day visiting it’s many attractives.
The atmosphere of this city, with its beautiful architecture, which allows you to see the city`s growth through the centuries, its small size (it really is a small city), its monuments, Romeo and Juliet, the sympathy of the locals ,the gastronomy,its life, discrete but ever...More
Even though the place was a little lonely since I visited in the winter, it is such an appealing spot with great vibe. Lots of little shops and restaurants and right by the Arena di Verona, which is one of the most famous spots in...More
It was raining when we visited, but the arched arcades all around the central market square allowed us to stay dry most of the morning. Lots of little stalls and shops, from local produce and flowers to higher end stores. Verona is worth a day...More
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San Luca Hotel is very central, 1 minute walk to Piazza Bra. We stayed there 5 nights September 2018, very good.
Station is maybe 15 minutes walk.
Enjoy Mantua: we visited Mantua by train, Padua also, for a day each.
There is a very good bus network within the city and public transport is cheap. Outlying destinations have a limited service on Sundays and Public Holidays. You can obtain a bus timetable from the Tourist Information in... More
There is a very good bus network within the city and public transport is cheap. Outlying destinations have a limited service on Sundays and Public Holidays. You can obtain a bus timetable from the Tourist Information in Piazza Bra.
Verona lies on the east-west and north-south hub of the local train network. From Verona you can do Venice and Milan on day returns.
If you are physically fit, all places worth seeing in Verona can be done on foot. I am over 70 years old and have painful hips but I was able see everything at a slow walk (strolling pace)
Hope this helps.