Verona

Verona Travel Guide

Articles about Verona

By Valerie Waterhouse
The Trip Stretching from the Dolomites to Lake Garda, the Veneto—known for its art, cuisine, and iconic cities such as Venice and Verona—is a microcosm of the best of Italy. Hotel Villa Cipriani, in the walled town of Asolo, makes an ideal base. ...
By Valerie Waterhouse
Set amid Valpolicella vineyards outside Romeo and Juliet's hometown, the Byblos Art Hotel Villa Amistà appears ripe for an old-world romance. But if the star crossed lovers stepped through the arched doorway, they would be in for a surprise. Propr...

Hotels in Verona

Amid Valpolicella vineyards outside Romeo and Juliet’s hometown of Verona, this classical Venetian-style villa appears ripe for an old-world romance. If the star-crossed lovers were to step through the arched doorway today, they would be in for a surprise.

Restaurants in Verona

Modeled after the Bottega del Vino in Verona, Italy, this restaurant on the southeast corner of Central Park serves north Italian dishes like rosemary-encrusted salmon, braised baby octopus, and tortellini stuffed with beef and prosciutto in a black truffle sauce.

Things to do in Verona

Architect Scarpa’s Museo di Castelvecchio is easy to find—it’s in a hulking 14th-century fortress along the Adige River.