Byblos Art Hotel Villa Amista

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

via Cedrare, 78, Corrubbio di Negarine, Verona, Veneto, 37029, Italy
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 21% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples86
  • Solo83
  • Business90

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September in Verona and would like some live entertainment.

by MSLIV

Hi again.

I would love to go to a opera, symphony etc, some classical event while in Verona in Sept. I have had lovely experiences while in Rome and Venice. where operas etc. have been performed in churches. Does Verona have the same possibility. Have anyone been there in Sept. and what can you tell me about that,please.
Msliv

Re: September in Verona and would like some live entertainment.

by cgf

it's a pity Arena would close August,29th
http://www.arena.it/en-US/arena/schedule-2010.html

Re: September in Verona and would like some live entertainment.

by cmcard2

wow to see an opera in arena di verona is a great experience - saw tosca in summeer of 2009. thing the series run in the summer so may be too late to see

Re: September in Verona and would like some live entertainment.

by effeti

The opera festival end in august, but usually there are many modern music concert at the arena in september.
One I remember is on 11th a concert from Ennio Morricone, the famous film music writer:
http://www.geticket.it/it-IT/ennio_morricone_per_il_cinema_arena_di_veronait.html

but i think they may be more. I think I remember there might be the "Giulietta e Romeo" by Riccardo Cocciante.

Ciao
Francesco

Travel Tips for Verona

The Duomo

by Azhut

The Duomo is an impressive romanesque style's building. It was built in the XII century close to the Adige river. Although it was remodelled in successive periods, it represents a monument that is rich in history and works of art. The complex includes the churches of S. Elena and San Giovanni in Fonte.

Stay in GASTHAUSes!!
I cannot...

by LysDor


Stay in GASTHAUSes!!

I cannot remember the name of the one I stayed in anymore but I warmly recommend this type of *gasthaus* lodging: small, family owned, most of the time having bigger rooms than standart hotels, big breakfast included and best of all an easy going and friendly atmosphere!

The picture on the left is the back of the gasthaus where I stayed and it's located in a peaceful area nearby a small river.

Panoramic view of the city

by croisbeauty

The band of the river Adige with the Duomo on the left-hand and the church of San Giorgio in Braida on the right-hand. On the right corner of the picture, you can see the bell tower of the church Santo Stefano, a masterpiece of Veronese Romanesque architecture. It was intended to be the city's first Cathedral.
By taking the road, next to Santo Stefano, you can reach two very important spots, San Pietro Hill with the castle and the Sanctuary of Madonna di Lourdes.

Arco della Costa

by croisbeauty

By the Arco della Costa you enter Piazza dei Signori from direction of Piazza delle Erbe. It is the 15th century built arch, which takes its name as the legend says, on the first honest person to walk beneath it. The tinny alley, which separate Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza dei Signori, looks much attractive out of the high season when is blocked by the tables from the nearby restaurant.

Piazza Bra - a funny name for a square

by globetrott

Piazza Bra is the name of the square in front of the famous Arena di Verona, and although the square is quite large, it is really hard to find a sign with that funny name written on it.Bra is the local Veronese expression for Braida, which means "large" and of course this makes sense for such a big square. Thanks a lot, Boris (coisbeauty) for that explanation !
Lothar(lerch) - beeing an expert not only for places of interest in Verona, but also for other places that have funny meanings in other languages - knew where to find the only sign with the name on it .
It was at the end of the square, close to Via Roma.
The only other sign that we found, was not clearly printed.

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 Byblos Art Hotel Villa Amista

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Address: via Cedrare, 78, Corrubbio di Negarine, Verona, Veneto, 37029, Italy