Historical buildings, Squares and Museums

Verona, rich in art, culture and history, known throughout the world for its impressive walls, architectural beauties, romantic views of the Adige and the characteristic streets of the center that evoke ancient and noble atmospheres.

A city to be discovered, to be lived through the many emotions that it can stir up walking through the main squares, Piazza delle Erbe (300 m) and Piazza Bra (700 m), the most famous churches, as Church of Sant’Anastasia (400 m) and Basilica of San Zeno (1.8 km) and the famous historical buildings, as Juliet’s House (150 m), Lamberti’s Tower (250 m), Roman Theater (700 m) and Castelvecchio (900 m).

Do not forget the Arena Roman Amphitheatre (700 m), perhaps the most popular Roman amphitheater, now for many years, that hosts the prestigious lyrical festival every summer. To not miss the opportunity to attend the shows you can send to our staff a ticket purchase request, naturally before your stay.


Where to have breakfast

Just 40 meters from the apartment you will find the famous and historic Coloniale Café ( Piazza Viviani Francesco 14/C), awarded for its quality from the magazine Gambero Rosso. This place offers a wide choice of coffee, tea, infusions and pastries.

Flego patisserie, close to Via Mazzini, where you can taste delicious cookies and cakes.


Ideas for lunch and dinner

Verona is not only famous for the wonders that characterize it, but also for the long and stable food and wine tradition that offers the possibility of experiencing intense culinary experiences.

Below are some restaurants  that you might like for a lunch or dinner: Antica Bottega del Vino (Via Scudo di Francia 3), where you can try good wine, from Valpolicella to Amarone and excellent Venetian courses;  Trattoria Al Pompiere (Vicolo Regina d’Ungheria 5), with typical Veroneses dishes; Pescheria I Masenini (Piazzetta Pescheria 9), which proposes tastes and flavors of the tradition, a simple but refined menu, everything based on fish; Ristorante Greppia (Vicolo Samaritana 3), with simple and good Venetian cuisine, accompanied by a wide selection of wine.


Happy hour

Happy hour is a must do in Verona. You can choose from a wide range of bars. The most popular are Mazzanti Café in Piazza delle Erbe, Duchi Café and Osteria del Bugiardo in Corso Portoni Borsari, where you can enjoy a cool and colored Spritz, the Venetian cocktail  popular in Italy by now, the King of happy hour.


Supermarket and Nespresso shop

Here are the most supplied and easily accessible markets:

  • Supermarket Simply, Piazzetta Pescheria, 3 (100 m)
  • Supermarket Pam, Via dei Mutilati 3 (700 m)
  • Supermarket Eurospar, Via Daniele Manin 7 (900 m)
  • Boutique Nespresso Verona, Corso Porta Borsari 51 (600 m)



Over the years Verona has become a reference point for shopping too.

In via Mazzini you can find the most renowned brand, as well as cheaper stores, from clothes to accessories.