Soave Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Viale Trieste 55, SS 11 Freeway, San Bonifacio, Verona, Veneto, 37047, Italy
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Costs 47% less but rated 11% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples82
  • Solo83
  • Business85

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Forum Posts

In need info for an Essay! Please!

by Longleg

I need info about Juliet's Love wall, please! Any thing will hlep!

Re: In need info for an Essay! Please!

by craic

check out my verona page - even got a pic of it

Re: In need info for an Essay! Please!

by tango_jd

Please add a note saying © John Davies if you publish it and make a million!

Re: In need info for an Essay! Please!

by craic

your link says venice - wild surmise

Re: In need info for an Essay! Please!

by Beausoleil

You might also try Wikipedia and your favorite search engine. Certainly type it into the VT Search Window above. If all else fails, ask your school reference librarian for help. 8^)

Re: In need info for an Essay! Please!

by tango_jd

My link refers to the photo of the graffiti wall in Verona in the archway leading to the courtyard where the statue is.
This is the statue that men are meant to rub Juliet's bossom for luck!
(I have a photo of me doing that as well! lol)

(It was a day-trip from Venice)

Re: In need info for an Essay! Please!

by effeti

Maybe some of these info will help:


Re: In need info for an Essay! Please!

by craic

oh now i see

Re: In need info for an Essay! Please!

by tango_jd

But I agree with your Verona page - I wasn't terribly impressed apart from the Romeo & Juliet bit and the arena.
It wasOK but the next part of the day-trip to Lake Garda was MUCH nicer.

Travel Tips for Verona

He sells flowers on a highway

by wildstrawberries

It was hard enough driving in Italy - with NO lane markings - when suddenly this man came close to my windscreen and gestured if i want to buy any flowers! That was at a roundabout on a highway! I was lost momentarily when I first drove into Italy - No lane markings, single lane diverges into 5, all Italian words, road signs of different sizes...But how I love this beautiful place!

Roman Verona

by danmcf

In 49bc Verona was granted status as a municipium in the Roman empire. During this time the city walls were built, protecting the citizens from barbarian invaders. One of the 2 remaining city gates is on the Corsa Cavour. This gate is called the Porta Borsari and constitutes the model for Veneto Renaissance architecture.
You pass through this structure when walking between the Castelvecchio and the Palazzo Maffei in the Piazza Erbe.

Gavi Arch

by sandysmith

This four-sided arch can be found near the Castelvecchio museum. It was built in first part of 1st century AD in honour of the Gavi family, important members of Veronese Roman society. It originally spanned Via Postumia, in what is now Corso Castelvecchio, on the site of the Clock Tower. Demolished during French rule (1805), it was rebuilt alongside Castelvecchio in 1932. This monument, entirely in local white limestone, bears two inscriptions with the name of its builder, architect Lucio Vitruvio Cerdone, a rare occurrence in the ancient world. The niches on the sides of the arch originally contained statues of Gavi family members. Seems a shame that some awful modern art structure has ben stuck in front of it though :-S

Casa di Giulietta

by croisbeauty

The house belonged to the Capulets, the powerful medieval Veronese family.
From the internal courtyard, which is always overcrowded by the tourists from all over the world, you can see the famous balcony which plays such an important part in the legend.

Le Piazze dei Sapori - "the squares of flavours"

by effeti

Every year, in a weekend in the first half of may, there is this open-air event..... about food flavours!
Foods from most of the regions of Italy, oils, and a few wines are sold by open air stalls in the main squares of Verona (hence the name of the event).

You can find things you only heard about, and even foods you NEVER heard about, like the red olives from Sicily I tasted from the stall on pic #1-
Special breads from Puglie (Altamura), salamis of all kinds from Calabria and Umbria, cheeses from all over Italy, sweets (loved expecially the one from Sicily and Sardinia: the green looking cassata of the low right corner of pic #4 was to die for!)

And specialities from our areas, too.
There is also a "dining" space: free benches where you can eat the "primi" (mainly risotti) or meats you buy fresh at popular places, like in any country fair, and eat directly side by side of the roman Arena.

Place: Piazza Bra and/or Piaza Erbe

See the link below to know the exact dates for every year. Pictures come from the 2009 edition.


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 Soave Hotel

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Address: Viale Trieste 55, SS 11 Freeway, San Bonifacio, Verona, Veneto, 37047, Italy