This was an excellent place to stay, right in the centre of the town, surrounded by shops, bars, and restaurants. It was also only a five minute walk to the Roman Arena, for the summer opera season.
The only difficulties were a) finding the place initially, as our taxi driver was reluctant to drive down the small streets and b)Signora Lucia, the wonderful owner, speaks no English (but that did not matter!)
The kindness, attention to detail, rooms and breakfast were wonderful, though at 130 euros a night the price did not make this a bargain. Restaurants were generally expensive, but the quality was high. Search the back streets and you will find some charming bars and osterias, or pay that little bit extra to be seen in the cafes of Piazza Bra etc...
The Verona Card was a great deal and is a must if you are doing some intensive sightseeing (15 euros for three days, to get you into all the major attractions-you will save lots of money with it!). Also, if you get the chance, doing some wine tasting around Valpolicella-very beautiful scenary and great wines.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included