Hotel Europa

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Roma, 8, Verona, 37121, Italy
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78%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
23%
12
Very Good
34%
18
Average
21%
11
Poor
17%
9
Terrible
3%
2

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 33% more and rated 14% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families63
  • Couples55
  • Solo80
  • Business50

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Castelvecchio at Night from Corso CastelvecchioCastelvecchio at Night from Corso Castelvecchio

the gatethe gate

Forum Posts

Renting an Apartment or Flat for 6 months in City of Verona

by Scorpionian

Hi there,

I am planning on relocating to Verona for the purposes of work. I have been searching the net for sites or agencies that will be able to assist me in finding an apartment or flat in or close to the city for about 6 months. In doing so, I am continually been faced with holiday apartments which I don't want.

Can anyone who is living in Verona or has lived in Verona be so kind as to advise me of the possible sites or places to go to assist me with this. I need to get an apartment fairly quickly in order for the relocation process.

I am in Verona every two weeks and meeting agencies or people for further discussion will not be an issue for me.

Thank you as this site has been most helpful so far.

Best regards

Re: Renting an Apartment or Flat for 6 months in City of Verona

by Ina08

If you google "affitti Verona" you will get a list with agencies that offer rental services as well as online listings of available flats (like www.casa.it). In the latter look for "residenziale".

Hope this helps

Re: Renting an Apartment or Flat for 6 months in City of Verona

by effeti

Ciao

the owner of an apartment not aimed to holiday rentals tends to search for longer rentals, but probably in this times it may not be impossible to find what you need.

Any budget limit? That could be important. Please, email me if you want to give me that info without posting here. I may ask around.

Ciao
Francesco

Re: Renting an Apartment or Flat for 6 months in City of Verona

by Odinnthor

Why not take a look at the numerous expat websites and talk to people that have already done what you are about to do. The British are very good at this. Herea re a few choices. get on their forum, - ask for assistance. Expats are always willing to help new expats. Cheers....d:o)

http://community.justlanded.com/en/Italy_Veneto_Verona

http://www.expatsinitaly.com/

http://www.lifeinitaly.com/life

http://www.transitionsabroad.com/listings/living/living_abroad/living_in_italy.shtml

http://britishexpats.com/

http://moving2italy2.blogspot.com/2006/12/info-on-blogs-about-italy-written-by.html

Travel Tips for Verona

Where to buy a matchticket

by Calcio

There are some ticket-offices outside the Stadio Bentegodi, and it’s rare with a sold out-game. Only when Chievo meets Milan, Inter or Juventus it might be a good idea to buy tickets in advance, preferable via the homesite of Chievo (www. chievoverona.it). If you don’t find a ticket there, you’ll always find them on the black market outside the stadium before the game. Just watch out so you don’t get a false ticket, or end up paying way too much.
Verona-games are quite expensive, for a team in Serie B, and you’ll pay around 25-30 euro for a seat with a good view. 10-15 euro for a ticket in the curva.
Chievo are almost the same, 10-15 euro more expensive on the longsides maybe.

La fontana di Madonna Verona

by Jeca011

The fountain of Madonna Verona (or in Italian La fontana di Madonna Verona) is one of the city symbols. The fountain was erected at the wishes of Casignorio della Scala to celebrate the repair of the city's aqueduct. In 1368 she was repaired and it's one of the oldest in the city. It is constructed in the form of a female figure, dating back to Roman times. In her hands, she holds a scroll bearing the emblem of the city of Verona and she stands on a base on which are sculpted eight masks from which the water flows. On one of these you can see the epigraph "Marmorea Verona" - Verona Marble.

Opera Set up

by sandysmith

A favourite memory was going into the arena on the day that we saw the opera Aida in the evening. It was quite fascinating to seee the stage being prepared with all the props and trying to decide the best place for us to sit on the stone steps - the cheap unreserved ones where the acoustics are wonderful.

Piazza dei Signori - Palazzo della Podesta

by croisbeauty

The courtyard of Palazzo della Podesta with its Renaissance well, and with its Gothic open gallery, which used to be decorated with frescoes by Altichiero painted in the 14th century, is of particular interest.
Both this Palazzo and the nearby Church of Santa Maria Antica have close associations with Dante who found his "first refuge and welcome" in the home of the Scala family.

Gabinetti Pubblici - the place to powder your nose

by globetrott

Gabinetti Pubblici is the elegant expression for the place to powder your nose or talk to a man about a horse, and on Piazza Bra the sign for this place is even made in a special way as you may see it on my picture and it is lighted at night.
I may imagine that people, who have never heared of that expression would be searching for another sign, so be prepared !!

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Address: Via Roma, 8, Verona, 37121, Italy