Verona and surroundings

Delicious Verona! With its beautiful old buildings and the lovely countryside. With its quite Roman bridges.

With marble churches, towers, rich architecture that overlooks the ancient and quiet streets where

resound the cries of the Montecchi and Capulets“

(Charles Dickens)

Verona is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy, rich in history and charm, situated in a region that offers many attractions. In addition to visiting this beautiful city, you can enjoy wonderful days on the shores of Lake Garda and visit small towns like Peschiera del Garda, Desenzano del Garda, Malcesine, but also Mantova and many others.

Staying at Home Meryem will be a short walk from the most beautiful tourist destinations of Verona. Unique city, with ancient charm, where romance and ancient struggles between Guelfi and Ghibellines meet modernity.

What to see in Verona?

Arena and Piazza Bra

Located in the historic center of Verona is certainly the icon of the city along with the house of Juliet. Founded in Roman times, the Arena was used to provide citizens Verona various types of ludi and shows, among them the fight between gladiators. Since the 1800s became the largest open air opera stage and still continues to host the most important operas and famous in the world and also the concerts of world famous singers. The Arena of Verona is situated in the large Piazza Brà which is the heart of the city. In the middle of the large square stands the equestrian statue of King Vittorio Emanuele II.


Mazzini street

If you want to go shopping you can not miss Via Mazzini. The main link between Piazza Bra and Piazza delle Erbe, Via Mazzini offers a long series of stores of the biggest Italian fashion brands and not only.


Piazza delle Erbe

Restaurants, stalls, street artists… Piazza delle Erbe is certainly another very lively point of Verona where you can taste Italian delicacies.


Torre dei Lamberti

You want to see Verona from above? You can not beat the Lamberti Tower, located on the northeast side of Piazza delle Erbe. With its 84 m high (to do in the elevator or for the more adventurous walk down a spiral staircase) allows a 360° degree view of this wonderful city.


Piazza dei Signori

Better known with the name Piazza Dante, it is a smaller square than the other and is situated the statue of Dante Alighieri.


The house of Romeo and Juliet

Situated in the center of Verona is the famous house where William Shakespeare set the famous tragedy of all time: Romeo and Juliet. Obviously Juliet’s house is one of the major tourist attractions of the city. Magic place where the young lovers exchange romantic love promises.