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Where to stay in Verona

If you’re looking to spend a holiday in Verona, you’ve come to the right place. There are 1,513 vacation rentals available all over Verona, and we’re confident you’ll find a neighborhood that fits your needs and your budget. Affordable holiday homes in Verona start at a nightly rate of $21, with 20% of properties priced under $57 per night. Whether you’re on the hunt for a luxury villa near Chiesa di Santa Anastasia or a retreat close to Giardino Giusti, our mission is to help you find exactly what you need. VacationRenter offers a wide selection of holiday homes from top travel websites like Airbnb, Vrbo, HomeAway,, and many more. Seeking particular amenities such as a hot tub or air conditioning? You can easily filter search results with the click of a button. No matter if you’re travelling on your own, going on a romantic Italian honeymoon, or planning a trip for a group of 8, we can match you with a villa that sleeps everyone comfortably. Start planning the trip of a lifetime to Verona with VacationRenter today.

Where Is Verona, Italy Located?

Sitting in the Veneto region within northern Italy, the romantic city of Verona lies at the foot of the Lessini Mountains and by the shores of the Adige River, approximately 105 kilometers west of Venice. The city is 69 kilometers away from the cities of Padua and Padova.

What Is Verona, Italy Known For?

Romance is written into the very foundations of this Italian city. Famed for being the setting of the most romantic story in the world, Romeo and Juliet, Verona is also a city that offers so much more than its connections to the star-crossed lovers. An ancient city with history stretching back to Roman times, Verona is a gorgeous Italian corner abound with winding knots of cobbled streets, intimate restaurants, bustling piazzas, and lively bars. Look beyond the Renaissance romance, and you'll find that Verona is a bustling center, where a stunningly well-preserved amphitheater, countless churches, architecturally fascinating bridges, brilliantly impressive art, and delicious regional gourmet delights are only some of the wonderful trappings of one of northern Italy's most attractive cities.

Places to Visit in Verona

  • Piazza delle Erbe: By day, Piazza delle Erbe is home to a bustling artisanal and craft market. In the evening, the square takes on a little bit more of an adult air as it fills with locals and tourists sipping Campari and enjoying aperitivi at the outdoor cafes. With its Renaissance-era palazzi, cobbled streets, and a lovely central fountain, this might just be the prettiest piazza you will find in Verona — if not all of Italy.
  • Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore: The Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore is inarguably one of the most gorgeously magnificent and intensely well-preserved examples of Romanesque architecture in the whole of Northern Italy. Dating back to the 4th century, this basilica is a sumptuous masterpiece of the Romanesque architectural style, built in honor of the city’s patron saint. Despite its harsh façade of brick and stone, the flower-filled cloisters lead to a nave that is lined with sumptuously crafted 12th-century to 15th-century frescoes, painstakingly detailed bronze doors, and astonishing altarpieces.
  • Arena of Verona: Built in the 1st century, this amphitheater was Verona’s answer to Rome’s Colosseum. However, with its intense preservation efforts and spectacular façade, the Arena of Verona stands as a triumph of Roman engineering. Once playing host to 30,000 audience members, the Arena of Verona stands true to its origin and purpose and is home to Verona’s summer opera festival, as well as several other concerts and shows.

Popular Destinations Near Verona

  • Lake Garda: Poets and politicians, divas and dictators — they've all been drawn to the captivating Lake Garda. The largest of the Italian lakes, Lake Garda offers something for everyone, from reclining in the breeze of wind-ruffled northern villages to vineyard-hopping in the south. Attracting a cosmopolitan crowd thanks to its cultural and geographical diversity, Lake Garda is also aesthetically varied, showcasing quaint villages decorated by lemon trees and olive groves to palm-fringed lakeside walks accessorized by stunning backdrops of snowcapped mountains.
  • Venice: Renowned for its beauty, architecture, culture, and artwork, this floating paradise is one of Europe's most romantic cities and continually ranked as the most beautiful city in the world. This unique city with its magical, spectacular scenery is not just beautiful — it is a real miracle of creative genius — a city built on mud, sand, and the slime of a complicated, inhospitable landscape. Once the center of a maritime republic, Venice remains a major Italian port in the northern Adriatic Sea and is one of the world's oldest tourist and cultural centers.

Best Neighborhoods in Verona, Italy

  • Historic Centre: The ancient heart of the city, the Historic Centre is all Roman ruins, medieval candle-lit churches, and some of Verona’s most prized architectural gems. Bursting with old-world charm, the antique beauty of Verona lies in every corner of this neighborhood. Skip down the cobbled streets, soak in the scenery and take breaks in the delightful alfresco cafes and restaurants situated in pretty piazzas.
  • Borgo Roma: Towards the periphery of the city, Borgo Roma was once a bustling industrial zone. Today, this burgh is now shaping up as a neighborhood aplomb with new cafes, bars, and restaurants. Oozing with youthful zest, Borgo Roma creates a delightful juxtaposition against the time-worn institutions typical of Verona’s historic core. Decorated with lines of trendy bars, eclectic eateries, and hip boutiques, Borgo Roma is the place to mingle with the cool kids.

Home-types in Verona

Verona has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Verona:

Points of interests in Verona

Verona has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Verona: