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Flights to Verona

Unleash your inner culture vulture with flights to Verona, the home of Romeo and Juliet. You’ll find no end of highbrow things to see and do; just remember to pack your walking shoes and a camera charger.

Things to look out for in Verona

Piazza delle Erbe has been the center of Verona since Roman times. Today you can still hobnob with local traders at the market near the Britney Verona fountain. Serious shopaholics may prefer a visit to Via Mazzini, also known as Verona’s Golden Mile. The famous shopping street runs from Piazza delle Erbe to the Piazza Bra.

During opera season the Roman Arena comes alive with the sound of fat ladies singing. Renaissance paintings and medieval sculpture stand side by side in the city art museum, within the walls of ancient Castelvecchio.

Literature fans will enjoy a trip to Juliet’s house, with a bronze statue of Shakespeare’s doomed heroine in the courtyard. Stand on the famous balcony for the perfect photo opportunity. Although the feature was added in the 1930s, it’s still a nice touch.

Like all Italian cities, Verona has its share of beautiful churches: San Giorgetta with its frescoes, the Verona Cathedral with its medieval carvings, and the Capuccin Church (home to the Antonian Frescoe Museum).

After a day of sightseeing, relax by heading to one of Carega’s traditional wine bars.

Getting around Verona

Budget airlines run flights to Verona Catullo Airport, which is only 12km from the city itself. Catch a bus from the airport to Verona train station (buy a ticket directly from the driver) and you’re ready to begin exploring. To get around the city you can catch a local bus, but it’s better to pack your walking shoes and see Verona by foot.

What to bring on a holiday to Verona

British citizens flying to Verona should remember to bring their passport and a valid E111 card; should there be a medical emergency, this will entitle you to state funded healthcare.

The narrow cobbled streets of Verona are beautiful to explore, but not so much fun when you’re dragging a big suitcase. Pack a small bag or rucksack instead. Verona’s summers are hot, so a hat and sunglasses are essential. Pack an umbrella to avoid being caught out in a surprise shower. Still not booked your hotel in Verona ? Check out hotels in Verona with Skyscanner!


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