Whether you're visiting with family, or wanting a romantic getaway for two, Verona offers accommodation to suit everyone. From Renaissance-style villas in splendid gardens, to modern apartments overlooking the Adige river, there are vacation rentals in Verona to suit everyone's style and budget. Fall in love with the home of Romeo and Juliet
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6,327 welcoming accommodations from 13 providers can be compared in Verona, with prices beginning at $44 per night. Each of the accommodations from the different providers are instantaneously compared on our website , allowing you to save up to 50%.
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Popular Rental Amenities in Verona
Verona is a great spot if you travel with a pet, as 870 rentals in Verona allow you to bring your pet. If this is a top requirement for you, have a look at the apartment rental in Verona. It is the most pet-friendly accommodation type there. If you want a central location, A few of the pet-friendly accommodations are less than 2 miles away from the city center.
Price and Availability Index in Verona
Vacation Rental Price Information in Verona
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the vacation homes & apartments in Verona. The most expensive prices are in December (12/24 - 12/31). Prices reach an average of $157 per night. Vacation rental prices go down to $128 per night in February (2/11 - 2/18).
Rental Availability Information in Verona
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. The most challenging week to find a rental in the next twelve months is in March (3/11 - 3/18). The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in January (1/7 - 1/14).
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Regional Ingredients and Flavors
Whether you're preparing a meal in your villa, or eating out at one of Verona's many great restaurants, there are some foods you must try during your visit. At the top of the list of gastronomical delights is a dish that combines two area favorites: risotto and wine. Risotto all'Amarone is a delicious rice dish with a distinctive red color. Amarone della Valpolicella wine is added to the rice as it is cooked to create a vivid flavor that's unique to Verona.
Gnocchi is also a plate synonymous with the Verona region. These little doughy dumplings are made all over Italy, but in Verona they're made with potato. They're a great appetizer or accompaniment to your main course. The locals love their gnocchi so much, they even have a special Gnocchi Friday to celebrate it on the laat Friday before Lent.
A City Full of History
Verona isn't just about Romeo and Juliet and their famous balcony. There's so much history, art, and culture to explore in this historic city. Visit the Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore in the city center to see the first exquisite Renaissance example of Madonna and child. The painting is found on the altarpiece and is flanked by images of St. Peter, St. John the Evangelist, St. Zeno, and St. John. It was painted by Andrea Manegna in 1460.
The Castelvecchio Fortress, built during the 14th century, is a work of art in itself, but it's also the home to a wonderful museum highlighting Verona's culture from the 12th century onwards. To get the most out of your visit to the Museo di Castelvecchio, pay for the audio guide which will take you around the displays and exhibits, and offer valuable insights into the story behind them.
Discover Verona by Night
Verona really comes alive at night and offers a huge selection of venues, bars, and clubs to experience. Start your evening at the lively Inferno di Dante Il Cerchio dei Golosi, found at the junction of Piazza Citadella and the Via Adigetto. They serve a wide selection of beers, and also have great snacks and main dishes to set you up for the night ahead.
If you prefer to people watch then the Piazza Brà, home to the Arena di Verona Roman amphitheater, is the place to be. The square is packed with bars and restaurants, but look out for Bar Ristorante Liston 12 where you'll find great food and drink served on the terrace overlooking the amphitheater.
Exploring In and Around Verona
You can't go to Verona without being touched by the greatest love story ever told. Although a work of fiction, Romeo and Juliet was supposedly based on real families in the city. The houses of the star-crossed lovers are located near one another, and though Romeo's house is closed to the public, Juliet's dwelling is open for visits. It houses a museum and in the beautifully kept gardens, you can visit the ill-fated maiden's tomb.
If you want to get out of Verona and explore the surrounding areas, you're in for a treat. With the fertile grounds of Amarone and Valpolicella close by, you can experience the history and tastes of northern Italy with tours of their vineyards. Remember to have a designated driver, or take one of the organized tours from the city so you can freely enjoy yourselves.
Another wonderful destination that's close by is the stunning Lake Garda. Enjoy a boat trip on the lake and see the magnificent Castello Scaligero, or explore the famous lemon houses and charming fishing village of Malcesine at the foot of Monte Baldo.
Music and Merrymaking
Between July and August, Verona hosts its famous Verona Arena Festival in the Arena di Verona amphitheater. This annual event attracts tens of thousands of people to each performance, and is a rare chance to see some of the most famous operatic performers in an unforgettable setting. Spectators light candles as dusk falls, making for a dramatic scene.
It's Verona's carnival that's the biggest event on the city's social calendar. Dating back to 1531, the carnival is a celebration of the two weeks before the traditional fasting period begins for Lent. It all ends with a huge parade that ends in front of the San Zeno Maggiore basilica.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost to rent a vacation rental in Verona?
The price for Apartment rental and Bed & Breakfast in Verona is $44 per night.
How many vacation rentals are available to book in Verona?
There are currently 6,327 vacation homes in Verona to browse and book for your next trip.
What amenities are most popular for vacation homes in Verona?
Most travelers search for Internet, TV, and Balcony/Patio when booking a vacation rental in Verona.
How many vacation rentals are in Verona?
Verona has 6,327 Apartment rental and Bed & Breakfast on offer to rent.
Are pets allowed in vacation rentals in Verona?
Finding a cabin rental in Verona that allows dogs is definitely possible, with 870 pet-friendly homes on offfer.
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