Situated in the Veneto region of Northern Italy and sitting beside the Adige River, Verona is a beautiful, historically rich town. It is most well known as being the setting for three of Shakespeare’s classic plays including the legendary Romeo and Juliet. The city lures both domestic and international travellers in due to its artistic legacy, theatrical shows and operas held in the ancient Roman amphitheatre. It is due to this that the city has been awarded the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage Site status. Booking a hotel in Verona will make for the perfect business trip.
What can I expect to find if I visit Verona?
Unlike its portrayal in Romeo and Juliet, Verona is a calm and tranquil town where days are spent meandering through its narrow streets and sauntering through the impressive art galleries. For a truly picturesque view of the city, consider taking a walk (or even a boat) down the river. It is also equidistant to the business hubs of Milan and Venice which are only around one hour away by car so there are plenty of networking possibilities.
Why should I choose Verona as my next business destination?
Verona is within easy reach of several Italian cities by rail, road and air. In addition, not only does Verona Airport run several scheduled flights a day to major cities in Europe; Milan and Venice both have airports with international schedules, making Verona easily accessible. The town is also filled with luxury, boutique hotels, perfect for all your business needs as many come complete with conference rooms. Think classic, white brick buildings with soaring pillars, all located a stone’s throw from quaint eateries, perfect for meetings, serving traditional Italian dishes.
What can I discover when I book a hotel in Verona?
Many visitors exploring the city, are solely visting for the purpose of seeing the muse for Shakespeare’s depiction of Juliet’s Balcony. Utter the famous line: ‘but soft! What light through yonder window breaks?’ from the play, and appreciate the true beauty of the setting for the most famous love story in history. For something a bit different after seeing the sites and stunning architecture, consider taking a wine tour in a country legendary for creating beautiful wines. Stroll through picturesque vineyards and sample some of the region’s best wines.