Discover Verona, the city of Love
International Europe Hotel is the best solution for your stay in Verona, a few minutes walk from the Arena and all the main attractions. Choose your favorite style of room and stay in one of our Hotels in the historical centre of Verona. The location of all our Hotels allows our guests to reach every attraction and restaurant comfortably by foot, leaving your mind at ease of not having to worry about public transport and your car.
Verona is declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is a very attractive destination for visitors all over the world as a historical and artistic city of Italy. Verona has a unique, romantic and fascinating atmosphere with its historic centre, its narrow alleys, Piazza Brà and the Arena; and with its ancient bridges overlooking Adige. Verona is well known throughout the world, particularly for its Arena, the seat of the important Lyrical Festival that takes place during the summer, also for the love story immortalized by Shakespeare of Romeo and Juliet. The City is known throughout the world for being the homeland of the troubles of two young lovers, you will not be able to visit the famous balcony of Juliet. This is why Verona is an ideal stopover for a romantic getaway or a weekend of love.
Verona can be summed up as a city of love, music, theater and lyric, now home to the Valentine’s Day and the lovers of all Italy; between history and romance you will admire and love every corner of this city. Among the most important stages to visit in Verona are: Piazza Brà, Piazza delle Erbe, Piazza Dante, Piazza dei Signori, Ponte Pietra, the Roman Theater and its Archaeological Museum, Porta dei Borsari, the Roman Arch of Gavi and Castelvecchio.
Verona is much more than a medieval jewel, located on the southern shore of Lake Garda is an excellent stop for those who want to shop. Via Mazzini is the main street of shops and boutiques, between Piazza Erbe and Piazza Brà, where you will be fascinated by the many showcases. Verona will also be delighted by the lovers of Veneto and Italian cuisine. Delicacies such as the pastissada de caval with polenta, fish and risotto dishes are served with excellent wines from the Veronese surroundings, including Valpolicella, Bardolino and Soave.