In the vibrant heart of Verona, city of the fine arts and UNESCO world heritage site

Ancient Rome, the middle ages, the Habsburg empire, the renaissance…

Every age has left its unique imprint and ubiquitous traces in this city which lies at a millennial cultural crossroads enclosed by the river Adige. Verona is a city in which history and art meet in intimate interconnectedness and live on to this day in a continuous, fruitful and fascinating marriage to astonish visitors with the high number of still visible signs from each of the historical eras traversed.

In the world famous play “Romeo and Juliet”, penned by Shakespeare, the protagonist Romeo Montecchi gets to the heart of the matter:

“There is no world for me outside the walls of Verona”

The fame of this city as a travel destination and the seductive magic of Verona as city of lovers have no limit and the appeal of this ancient site keeps growing at a steady pace.


… and to spend unforgettable and serene days amongst art, culture and the world renowned typical Italian cuisine in the eternal city of lovers.

Via Ponte Pietra 3, Verona

More info call: +39 391 110 3327

Sights & places of interest

Only a few steps away from the apartments you can admire the abundant variety and millennial beauty of Verona’s most important sights, which are all rapidly reachable by foot
while walking surrounded by the numerous and stunning architectural feats of Verona.

Ponte Pietra (4min)

Ancient Roman bridge 300m (4min)

Cathedral of Verona (3min)

The so-called “Cattedrale di Santa Maria Matricolare” (also knows as Duomo) is arguably the most important site of roman-catholic culture and history in Verona

Basilica di Sant’Anastasia (2 min)

The “Basilica di Santa Ansatasia” is yet another beautiful church and has been a central site of catholic faith since the Roman empire

Palazzo Forti (Opera museum) (1 min)

AMO, the museum of the “Arena di Verona” foundation is located in the splendid Forti palace and familiarizes its visitors, through over 30 rooms, with one of the arts which has given Verona global fame: The Opera.

Piazza delle Erbe (4 min)

Piazza delle Erbe (also known simply as Piazza Erbe) is Verona’s oldest square and extends over the territory of the ancient Roman Forum. In Roman times this square was the centre of political and economic life and with time the Roman buildings gave way to the medieval palaces. In 2012, Piazza Erbe turned out to be the most beloved piazza in Italy, according to an investigation by the Marilena Ferrari Foundation.

Piazza dei Signori (3 min)

Piazza dei Signori, also known as Piazza Dante, is a square located in the historic centre of Verona, directly adjacent to Piazza Erbe.

The square was created in the Middle Ages by the construction of the surrounding palaces of the Scaligeri, and since its creation it has taken on political, administrative and representative functions. The piazza is framed by some of Verona’s most beautiful buildings, connected by arcades.

Casa di Giulietta (6 min)

The “Casa di Giulietta” is a medieval palace of Verona, located in via Cappello, just a few steps from Piazza Erbe.

The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is a unique love story that still enchants the whole city of Verona and imbues it with its melancholy. The fantasy has given wings to legend and reality, so that today the different places where this story took place after Shakespeare’s play have become true places of pilgrimage for lovers from all over the world.

Casa di Romeo (4 min)

The “Casa di Romeo” is a medieval palace situated next to the Piazza dei Signori and the famous Arche Scaligere.

Via Mazzini - for Shopping Time (6 min)

Via Mazzini is one of Verona’s most beautiful and visited streets, connecting the two main squares of Verona, Piazza Bra and Piazza Erbe.

It is undoubtedly the place to go for shopping and fashion in Verona.

Torre dei Lamberti (5 min)

The “Torre dei Lamberti” is an 84-meter-high medieval tower that rises above Piazza Erbe and overlooks the entire historic city center.

Teatro Nuovo (6 min)

The Teatro Nuovo is Verona’s second theatre and opera house and one of the most important in Italy. Currently it is often used for performances of prose or conferences.

Teatro Romano (7 min)

The Teatro Romano is an outdoor Roman amphitheatre built in the first century B.C. on the hill of San Pietro, on the left side of the river Adige within the Roman walls of Verona.

The theatre and the surrounding Roman ruins are some of Verona’s most important archaeological monuments (the Municipal Archaeological Museum is even located in the same place) and this unique setting is still used as a venue for theatre performances and concerts in the summer months.

Loggia del Consiglio (4 min)

The Loggia del Consiglio, or Loggia di Fra’ Giocondo, is located in Piazza dei Signori. It is currently used as the seat of the Town Hall.

Arche Scaligere ( 3 min)

The Arche Scaligere, located in the historical centre of Verona, is a gothic-style complex of tombs and memorials the Scaligeri family, with the purpose to house the tombs of some of the most important personalities of the noble family. Among them is the tomb of the most powerful lord of Verona, Cangrande, to whom even Dante dedicated his work Paradiso, third part of his Divine Comedy. The Ark is located next to the Church of Santa Maria Antica, in Piazza dei Signori.

The French historian Georges Duby defines the Ark in his work The Europe of the Middle Ages as “one of the most striking and formative monuments of Gothic art”.

Palazzo del Capitano (4 min)

This medieval palace, also known as Palazzo del Governo, is located in Piazza dei Signori.

The building was built by the Scaligeri on ancient Roman ruins and was inhabited by Alberto I della Scala after completion. From 1311 the palace became the residence of Cangrande I and has been renovated and used for new purposes over the years.

Porta Borsari (8 min)

The Porta Borsari is an ancient gate of the ancient Roman walls of Verona. In Roman times it was named Porta Iovia because of a nearby temple dedicated to Giove Lustrale. In the Middle Ages it was named Porta di San Zeno, while today’s name refers to the Borsari, the guards who had the task of collecting customs toll at the time.

Arena (12 min)

The Arena di Verona is a Roman amphitheatre in the centre of Verona and, along with the figures of Romeo and Juliet, is considered to be the symbol of the city. The Arena is one of the most important preserved buildings of the Ludic Roman architecture.

The structure itself is probably the best preserved ancient amphitheatre, thanks to the systematic renovations that have been carried out regularly since the 16th century. In the summer, the Arena is the venue for numerous musical and cultural events with artists from Italy and all over the world performing.

Castelvecchio (12 min)

Castelvecchio is a medieval fortress that now houses the Museo Civico. This castle is probably the most important military monument of the Scaligeri family.

Castel San Pietro (11 min)

An old winding stone staircase leads to Castel San Pietro where you can admire beautiful views of the whole city. Highly recommended to get a picture of the city from above!

There is also a lift to go up in case the stairs would be too strenuous.


Our apartments are located within a historic palace right in the heart of Verona. The access and traffic of vehicles in the city centre, where the apartments are located, is limited to predetermined periods and different categories of drivers. In this ZTL, unauthorized vehicle access is controlled by the City of Verona.

If you plan to arrive by car, we would like to inform you that you can drive as our guests without any restrictions in the ZTL and therefore in the whole centre; for this we only need to inform the relevant authorities in advance and provide the car’s license plate.

Nearby parking map


It is possible to park the car in the centre of the city by paying the hourly rate in advance at the parking machines or with a mobile phone app. The hourly rate is 2€ per hour. Payment is necessary every day, even on Sundays and holidays, from 8 a.m. to midnight (from midnight to 8 a.m. it is free).

The easiest and cheapest parking solution for guests is probably the Parcheggio Saba/ Parcheggio Isolo Tel: +39 045/8007921. This car park is 10 minutes walk from the apartments, about 800 meters.

It is the closest car park to the apartments and the historic city centre and the daily price is maximum 15 €. It is also possible to buy a subscription for 3 days for 42 €. With the VeronaCard there is also a discount on this car park, if you buy it you pay 10% less in total.

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