Things to see and do - Verona
Unmissable tourist sites
Verona Travel guide
Verona : Michelin's recommendations
The “pink city” of Verona is world-famous thanks to Shakespeare who was inspired by the feuding between the Guelphs and Ghibellines to write his famous Romeo and Juliet. It is known for the Opera Festival too, which brings Verdi fans together in the sumptuous setting of the Roman Arena. Verona is above all a very beautiful city with a delicate and harmonious mix of Lombard and Venetian Renaissance architecture, from churches to pink marble mansions.
Tourist attractions Verona : Things to see and do
Piazza Brà I - 37121 Verona
This splendid amphitheatre is one of the finest in the Roman world and can accommodate 25 000 spectators on its 44 tiers of seating. Its structure of pink marble blocks, flint and brick dates from the late 1C AD. Every summer, major opera performance..
Corso Castelvecchio 2 I - 37121 Verona
Designed by architect Carlo Scarpa, this up-to-the-minute museum housed in the venerable Castelvecchio provides an exhaustive inventory of Veronese painting from the 12C to the 16C: frescoes by local painters, paintings by Stefano da Verona, Pisanell..
c.so Cavour I - 37121 Verona
Built in 1354 by Cangrande II Scaliger, this attractive fortified ensemble (also including the Scaliger Bridge) is made up of two parts, separated by a passage looked over by a keep. Now returned to civilian life, it contains Verona's Art Museum.
Vicolo Listone 3 I - 37121 Verona
Located just a 5-minute walk from the Verona Arena, Hotel Torcolo features free Wi-Fi throughout and elegant rooms with a private bathroom. The rooms are fitted with refined wooden furnishings, some have parquet floors and some have carpeted floors...
Vicolo Tre Marchetti 11 I - 37121 Verona
Prix Prices from : 138 €
Just 50 metres from Verona Arena, the Hotel Milano is in Verona’s historic centre. It offers free WiFi, a spa and wellness centre, and a rich breakfast buffet including Italian cappuccino and fresh pastries. Rooms are modern and feature elegant furn..
Piazzetta Scalette Rubiani, 3 I - 37121 Verona
Fully refurbished in March 2012, Hotel Bologna is a historic building facing a romantic little square only 50 metres from the Verona Arena. There is an excellent restaurant on site, and free bikes are available at reception. The Bologna offers class..
vicolo Tre Marchetti 19/b I - 37121 Verona
You dine elbow to elbow with your fellow diners in this restaurant, where you will receive a warm welcome, the tempo is speedy and the service informal; regional specialities.
piazza Cittadella 7/a I - 37122 Verona
Set in a former palazzo,this country-style restaurant has excellent fish dishes and a comprehensive list of local wines.
via Pisano 9 I - 37131 Verona
Enjoy simple, carefully prepared dishes that are both typical and modern either outdoors under the attractive arbour or in one of the two dining rooms with wooden floors and rustic furniture. The house speciality is ricotta and Valsassina taleggio ch..
via Dietro San Sebastiano 7 I - 37121 Verona
Occupying a 15C palazzo in one of the narrow streets of the old town, this atmospheric restaurant has a few tables outdoors in front of its small entrance. The father and son team work together in the kitchen to create skilfully prepared meat special..
via Don Segala 39/b I - 37139 San Massimo All'adige
In this simple trattoria with a warm, friendly atmosphere the mother of the family is the chef, while her children work front of house. Classic, regional cuisine with some excellent first courses, a selection of which can be sampled as a tasting menu..
via Alberto Mario 12 I - 37121 Verona
The four partners at this pleasant restaurant with a young, lively atmosphere are all chefs. Classic Italian specialities with a vaguely modern twist are prepared in the open-view kitchen. Make sure you try the fried mozzarella and the creamed aspara..
piazzetta Scalette Rubiani 3 I - 37121 Verona
This restaurant is a good place to soak up the magical atmosphere of Verona with its delightful outdoor terrace overlooking the amphitheatre. Local specialities and gluten-free dishes feature on the menu, as well as wines from the region and elsewher..
via Dietro Pallone 1 I - 37121 Verona
The ever-popular Vicenza-style dried cod is a good reason for visiting this attractive trattoria, which offers a selection of delicious regional dishes. The Veneto is also well represented on the wine list. Pleasant outdoor area for summer dining.
Portichetti Fontanelle Santo Stefano 3 I - 37129 Verona
Every inch of this typical restaurant near Santo Stefano church is covered with mirrors, antiques, prints and silverware with references to wine everywhere you look. It has a hushed and intimate ambience with updated regional cuisine on the menu.