Bed & Breakfast Abete

Via Zenari 1, Verona, 37128, Italy
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Any hotel recommendation in Verona with good connection with University ?

by ArgentineTraveller


I will be visiting University of Verona
(Ca' Vignal 2, strada le Grazie 15) between June 30 and July 4
attending a conference.

I was given some hints about hotels through Verona Booking Office,
but most of them seem pretty expensive.

Any recommendation about a good hotel (3 stars or more)
at a reasonable price?
I would like to be in a location with easy connection
by bus to the University and maybe close to the city center.

Best wishes and thanks in advance!


Re: Any hotel recommendation in Verona with good connection with University ?

by effeti

Well Carlos, strada le Grazie 15 is in the middle of nowhere... I think you refer to the biological sciences institutes, right?
They are close to the Policlinical Hospital of Borgo Roma (5 minutes walking) along the route of bus 21. From the hospital, at least 3 lines go to the citycenter. Try Hotel San Pietro... not yet into the center, but midway from it and your destination. Or Hotel Leon d'Oro... It is big and ofefrs discounts during low season periods (closer to the centre, walkable at night from it)

Re: Any hotel recommendation in Verona with good connection with University ?

by ArgentineTraveller

thanks a lot for your suggestion!

Re: Any hotel recommendation in Verona with good connection with University ?

by cmcard2

close to the university my friend has flats which are in close proximity to everything - clean, reasonable and she is a great hostess - her name is federica de rossi and her e-mail is - i have stayed there several times, and there are always students there - good for a longer stay - she has been mentioned in rick steve's books

please tell her that dan from pittsburgh recommended you

Travel Tips for Verona

Not only the city of Romeo and Julia

by chancay

Verona is a beautiful city in the northern part of Italy. Travelling by car from Austria it´s on your way to the south. It´s placed almost on a line between Milano and Venice.
Verona has got a lot of very old architecture. On the main place in the center you find the big arena where you can see and hear every year operas.

Museo Archeologico

by iandsmith

I'm still not sure what I thought of the archeological museum. It's a veritable mish-mash of assorted items, predominantly Roman but with bits and pieces strewn everywhere.
My guide book says there is a charge but the man at the ticket box clearly indicated for me to pass through and said "Libero".
At the bottom of the multi-storeyed museum is the Teatro Romano, though little survives of the original stage area. The seating side of the 1st century BC theatre remains pretty much as it was though.
I'm actually on the back part of the theatre here.

The doors

by iandsmith

No, this is not some pop group we're talking about. Recorded music wasn't invented when these bronze doors were cast.
At first glance you might think they are solid and the dim light certainly enhances that thought but, in reality, there are 48 panels on the two west doors of San Zeno Maggiore.
Those on the left date from 1030 and, after an earthquake, the other side was added in 1137.

Giardino Giusti

by croisbeauty

The gardens, in addition to their collections of flowers and important Roman remains, maintain all their 16th century characteristics intact: fountains, acoustic grottos, bowers, Italian hedges, mythological statues and a difficult small labyrinth, one of the oldest in Europe.

Verona has opened a museum at...

by Pierangelo

Verona has opened a museum at Juliet’s tomb to display the paintings and frescoes of local artists. For a fee of L5,000 ($3.00) a person can view these exhibits. Among the works of art are 16th, 17th, and 18th century examples taken from churches and buildings in Verona. Many of these paintings are repaired and placed here in order to preserve its history. One exhibit was the ornamental painting located in the archway of the Piazza dei Signori, famous for the location of the Della Scala mansion and also the duel scene of Romeo and Tybalt. Many of the paintings displayed are done by an artist named A. Busá. He has illustrated the scenes from Romeo and Juliet. Among them are the first meeting in the ballroom, the secret marriage ceremony, the duel between Romeo and Tybalt, Romeo returning from exile, the duel between Romeo and Paris at Juliet’s tomb, the death of Juliet, and the death of the two lovers.


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