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With a more relaxed vibe than nearby Venice, and cheaper accommodation to boot, fair Verona is a great option for an Italian city break.

Listed by Lonely Planet as one of the best places to fall in love, Verona is definitely a top spot for a romantic getaway. It’s the home of Romeo and Juliet, after all. With loads in the way of culture, history, and that famous Italian gastronomy, there’s plenty to keep solo travellers entertained too.

There are lots of places to stay in Verona, from glam five star hotels in the city centre to quaint B&Bs in the surrounding countryside. Wherever you stay, you’re sure to enjoy exploring this romantic and beautiful city.

Verona’s historic centre dates back thousands of years, and has the architecture to prove it. Locals take pride in telling visitors that their city has the highest number of Roman remains outside of Rome itself. The Roman Arena is the city’s most popular sight, particularly between June and August when Verona’s famous open air opera season kicks into action.

As you wander through the old town’s medieval streets you’ll find plenty of surprises. Ancient monuments sit side by side with trendy eateries and designer boutiques, while the cafe lined piazzas offer the perfect place to stop and watch the world go by. Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza Bra are both popular spots during the day and in the evening, with a good mix of traditional and trendy spots to grab a drink or bite to eat.

The right bank of the Adige River is the neighbourhood most closely associated with Romeo and Juliet. They might be fictional characters, but that hasn’t stopped enterprising locals from setting up sights related to the story. Visit Juliet’s balcony, or contemplate your own mortality at her tomb. In the lead up to Valentine’s Day there are usually some romantic events put on by the city, so if you’re travelling to Verona in February it’s worth keeping an eye out.

It’s not all about the historic city centre, either. Hotels in Verona make the perfect base for discovering some of Italy’s most beautiful countryside. The tranquillity of Lake Garda is just a short bus journey away, and the famous wine growing region of Valpolicella doesn’t take long to reach by car. Another day trip worth making is a jaunt into nearby Venice, the city made famous by its canal network.