Holiday Inn Congress Centre

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Viale del Lavoro 37/35, San Martino Buon Albergo, Verona, Veneto, 37036, Italy
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80%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
12%
8
Very Good
40%
27
Average
28%
19
Poor
10%
7
Terrible
7%
5

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Costs 44% less but rated 11% lower than other 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families78
  • Couples55
  • Solo66
  • Business46

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Holiday Inn Congress Centre is a nice hotel located opposite to Corinthia Towers hotel and in front of Vysehrad metro station so you can be in the center of Prague in less than 10 minutes.

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Forum Posts

Help Needed Getting to the Brescia Airport

by OldCurmudgeon

I am staying at the Holiday Inn Congress Centre in Verona for four days and my departing flight for Rome leaves the Brescia Airport at 0815 on a Tuesday. The CGA Shuttle Service schedule previously had a bus leaving Verona Porta Nuova Station at 0600 for the Brescia airport, but looking today it seems that their schedule changed to show it leaving at 0900 now.
I figure at the latest I should be at their counter (Ryanair) is by 0700 (someone say something if this is wrong). Does anyone know of an affordable way to get to the airport (Brescia). There is a train leaving Verona PN at 05:34 and arrives in Brescia 06:21. CGN says it has a bus to the airport at 0630 from Brescia-Autostazione bus stop #24 (how close to the train station I do not know and that is cutting it close). Does anyone have any advice or ideas.
Any help humorous or otherwise would be greatly appreciated....Thank you

buses in verona

by zacisze13

I will be arriving at Verona train station. I would like to then check in to Holiday Inn Congress on Viale del Lavoro. I heard that bus 31 should get me close to the hotel. What stop should I get off the bus?
Also how much is to rent a bike in Verona? Could I do that by the railway station?
I will be attending Aida at the Arena. Anyone has an idea of how to get back to my hotel after midnight? I believe it is too late for the buses??

RE: buses in verona

by effeti

Hi Beata

well, the Hotel you chosse would probably be better having a car. A was a little confused by address/bus combination, before realizing that "Viale del Lavoro" in Verona (that is very near the station) has nothing to to with this hotel, that in fact is OUTSIDE the city limits of verona, in the neighbour town of San Martino Buon Albergo, and directly out of a very jammed highway exit.
Any chance you may change it with something more central?
By the way, the line1 31 does not passes near the train station.... Please download this PDF guide to verona buses: http://www.amt.it/pdf/Orari_estivo.pdf
It's the 2005 summer timetable, but it usulually doesn't change too much.
Cannot think about a bike rental, but i'm sure any hotel can give you the right address where to rent one: once again, fron the hotel you choose the 8 kms to the city center are not the most beautiful scenery: a lot of traffic along that road....
Ciao
Francesco

RE: RE: buses in verona

by mccalpin

Ciao', Francesco!

Yes, Francesco is right that this hotel is outside of town. I noticed on tripadvisor.com a very negative review of the hotel, in part because the patron read on the website how close and convenient it was...NOT!

Can you get a hotel in town? If you are wanting a Holiday Inn, you may be out of luck, since there are only 2, and the other one is still almost 3.5 miles out of the center of town (on Via Unita' d'Italia).

Bill

Travel Tips for Verona

Cycling with dogs

by Nemorino

Unlike the dogs in Amsterdam, which have been trained to sit primly in the bicycle baskets while their owners ride around the city, the dogs in Verona prefer to trot along beside.

Second photo: Cyclist with a dog in Corso Porta Borsari.

Piazza Bra - Listone

by croisbeauty

Piazza Bra is the largest Square in Verona, in fact one of the most spacious and impressive in the whole Italy.
As a metter of fact the meaning of Italian word "braida" is large. Bra is shortage of braida.
The centre of Piazza Bra is occupied by public gardens, containing a statue erected in 1883 to Vittorio Emanuele II.
Many of the buildings which form three sides of the square are of great architectural importance. The fourth side of the square has a gracefully curving line of buildings. The line of the buildings is further amphasised by a very wide pavement, known as the Listone. Among these buildings, the most important arcitecturally is the Palazzo Guastaverza, designed by Sanmicheli.

Romeo and Juliet

by Azhut

The tragedy of Juliet Capuleti and Romeo Montecchi, first written b the vicentine poet Luigi da Porto in 1524 and immortalised sixty years later by William Shakespeare. Popular imagination, influenced by the sad story of the two lovers, mixed legend and reality .
In my picture you can see on of the two key monuments of the tragedy: Capuleti house. Capuleti house was long property of Dal Cappello family. The building dates from the XII century. In 1905 the house was purchased by the City of Verona. The building took on its current aspect only seventy years ago.

Via Capello 23, Tel 39-0458034303
Hours: 8.00-19.00 Closed: monday
Entrance: 3,10 euros
Students: 1 euros

San Giorgio in Braida

by viddra

The church was founded in 1447 and designed by Antonio Ricci. It was built on the site of a small 8th-century church, dedicated to the same saint. In the 16th century, the drum and the cupola were designed by Sanmicheli.

It’s one of the richest in works of art in Verona. Here you can find the works of Tintoretto, Ottino, Caroto and others.

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Address: Viale del Lavoro 37/35, San Martino Buon Albergo, Verona, Veneto, 37036, Italy