Montresor Hotel Giberti

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Gian Matteo Giberti 7, Verona, Veneto, 37122, Italy
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
47%
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Average
21%
24
Poor
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8
Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 89% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families75
  • Couples72
  • Solo81
  • Business57

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Nice restaurants - what too see (must)

by clausito

Do you now any nice resturants with local food. Family restaurant and not too expensive.
Soon we leave Denmark (by car) for a 3 nights stya in Verona. To watch operas Aida and il Trovatore - our hotel http://www.hotelverona.it/ - located close to Arenas.

Do you know any local, family restaurants close to our hotel/Arena? Do you have any ideas what to see - we have been there before so no Romea and Julie.

Regards
Claus

Re: Nice restaurants - what too see (must)

by Sjalen

Feel free to look at my Verona page - you don't say how old the kids are (since you ask for family restaurants) but they might enjoy the natural history museum's room on huge fossils from the nearby mountains.

A daytrip to the wine town of Soave with its fortress, or perhaps somewhere around the lakes is of course an option apart from staying in town.

Re: Nice restaurants - what too see (must)

by Maurizioago

You could visit Valeggio sul Mincio. It's a village where the first European VT meeting was held some years ago. Part of this village; Borghetto is really picturesque.

Re: Nice restaurants - what too see (must)

by Maurizioago

Have a look at Verona page by member effeti (Francesco). He lives there and wrote some tips about restaurants and other intersting things to do and see in that town.

Re: Nice restaurants - what too see (must)

by clausito

Kids? No kids but 4 "old" people - between 59-65 years

Family restaurants - nor my family but local restaurants

Will check your suggestions - thank you

Travel Tips for Verona

Verona - the first class fortress

by Kreolka

Verona - the first class fortress, the main city of the Italian province Verona (2747, 34 êâ. Km, nearby 400 thousand cit.), 71 m above sea level, at bottom of mountains, in a fertile valley. Between the numerous areas of Verona are noteworthy: Pizza delle Erbe - an ancient forum, and now the market, and medieval Pizza dei Siniori with a town hall (Palazzo del Constglio), statues of the well-known citizens and ... monument of Dante.
There are 48 churches in Verona; between them are especially remarkable Santa-Maria-Antica (it is constructed in VIII item and then is some times altered; pictures of Tizian in an altar; near church the well-known mausoleum), the San Zeno (XI - XII item, in Romance style, with a magnificent portal), Santa-Anastasia (Gothic construction 1290 - 1450, with not ended facade, the magnificent portal, many monuments and pictures) ....

Juliet's House

by Jeca011

Well this is also another symbol of Verona. When you say Verona first thing people usualy think is Romeo and Juliet. But here is real truth about this house.

This house was property of Dal Cappello family and dates from the 12th century. In 1905 the house was purchased by the City of Verona. About 20 years ago it was transformed in Juliet's house. The restoration respected the structure of the interior more than anything else so you realy have feeling that this was house from Romeo and Juliet's time.

In the courtyard there is a bronze statue of Juliet.. And of course famouse balcony.

Piazza dei Signori

by iandsmith

One of Verona's attractions, somewhat overshadowed by the Piazza Erbe adjacent, is the Piazza dei Signori.
The 19th century statue of Dante is the centrepiece and he seems to be viewing the dominant Palazzo del Capitano, once the home of the military in Verona, specifically the heirarchy. This dates from the Scaligeri times (13th and 14th centuries).
Behind Dante is the Renaissance Loggia del Consiglio (1493) which coincides with the Venetian rule and is today used as a council chamber. It is topped by statues of notable Romans who were born here, Pliny the Elder being the one familiar to most. The Statue of Dante Alighieri (1265 - 1321) was erected in 1865 and was designed by Ugo Zannoni. The Palazzo del Comune is where Dante wrote the Purgatorio (Inferno), Loggia del Consiglio and the Torre dei Lamberti.
Dante Alighieri was arguably the greatest Italian poet, a statesman and a language theorist. His greatest and best known work is "Divine Comedy" written between 1310 and 1314. It is a masterpiece of world literature. He is also called the Father of Italian Language and is regarded as one of the most important writers in European literature.
Despite his fame today, he lived part of his life in exile. He stayed in Verona briefly as a guest of Bartolomeo I della Scala, the then ruler of Verona.

Piazza delle Erbe - the Fountain of Madonna Verona

by croisbeauty

On the central island of the marble paved square are severeal interesting statues.
The Fountain of Madonna di Verona which Cansignorio commissioned in 1368: a column decorated with heads and symbolic fugures in relief and supporting a Roman statue rises out of circular basin from which the water overflows into a wider and lower one. Known as Madonna di Verona, on the book she hold is written in Latin, 'EST IUSTI LATRIX URBS HAEC ET LAUDIS AMATRIX'.

Venetian Lion

by Azhut

The winged lion represents St Mark, the patron saint of Venice. In medieval times Verona became a free municipality and reached its maximum slendour with the dynasty of the Scala family. After a brief dominion under the Visconti and Carraresi, in 1405 the city spontaneously accepted the rule of the Serenissima Republic. Venice's dominion thus lasted about four hundred years, until the Frebch invasion of 1797. with the Treaty of Campoformio (october 1797), Napoleon consigned Verona and much of its territory to Austria.

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 Montresor Hotel Giberti

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Address: Via Gian Matteo Giberti 7, Verona, Veneto, 37122, Italy