PricePrice from 120,00 euro par room
LocationTo visit Verona is to plunge into the stirring atmosphere of a city which, although modern and in constant expansion, maintains forms and values reminiscent of the splendours of its ancient Roman, mediaeval and Renaissance past. “There is no world without Verona walls..”, in the words of Shakespeare, who set the tragic love story of Romeo and Juliet in this very town. There are innumerable routes and itineraries available to tourists, which will vary according to individual interests. A visit to Verona allows one not only to immerse oneself in its art and history, but also to enjoy important musical and theatrical events in the open air, thanks to the presence of the Arena and the Roman Theatre (Teatro Romano). The traveller who comes to Verona will take home memories and visual impressions not only of its ancient architecture, whose historic testimony pervades the whole city, or of its piazzas and alleyways. Equally memorable are the flavours of an inimitable local cuisine which has maintained its links with tradition and with Veronese wines, which are justly famous and appreciated all over the world. The Valpolicella The Valpolicella is a hilly area at the foot of the Veronese pre-Alps. It includes the territory of seven municipalities, all belonging to the province of Verona. The valley is bounded by the river Adige to the south, by the hills of Parona and Quinzano to the east, while to the north it extends as far as the mountains of Lessinia. To the west Mount Pastello separates the Valpolicella from the Val d’Adige. Renowned since ancient Roman times for its vineyards and wine-making, and particularly for Amarone wine, it is equally important for the quarrying of Veronese red marble. As for architecture, the landscape of the Valpolicella is adorned with fine villas in the traditional Veneto style as well as with churches and chapels, villages and farmhouses which enrich the territory with evidence of its long history. Lake Garda Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy. To the south it is surrounded by morainic hills, while to the north high mountain chains give it the form and movement of a fjord and also protect it, making its Mediterranean climate particularly mild. The quality of the light here, the mildness of the climate, and the rich vegetation - made up mostly of olives and palm trees, cypresses, oleanders, lemon and orange trees – make it the most attractive of all the Italian lakes. Signs of the lake’s interesting history and culture are scattered throughout the area, against the backdrop of this sublime landscape.
Grassed sunbathing area
Especially suitable forCouples
Room facilitiesNon-smoking rooms
Payment optionsCredit cards
Food and drinkBreakfast
Leisure activitiesE-bike rental
Getting thereThanks to the nearness of the ring road it is easy to reach us from the main places of interest in the area. The motorway exit Verona Nord on the A22 Modena-Brennero autostrada is 9 km away. Distance from Verona: 15 km Distance from Lake Garda:14 km from Lazise, 18 km from Bardolino.
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