Verona Accommodation

Written by Blaire Chandler-Wilcox
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Booking Verona accommodations can be a tricky achievement. Beyond the tourists who come merely to see the sights, Verona's multiple music, art, dance and theatre festivals which draw patrons from all over the world make this a packed city nearly year round. The County Fair held in March is considered a difficult time to book, as is the opera and theatrical season which runs all of June through the end of September.

Obviously, the best plan is to book your Verona accommodations early. A year in advance would not be overzealous. Another feasible option taken by many is to book lodging slightly out of town, which allows for considerably increased flexibility, and in many cases, a decreased bite out of your wallet.

Verona Accommodations: Expensive Hotels/Cheap Wine

Be advised that Verona is a very expensive city to sleep in. If you do choose to stay "in town" you will pay for that privilege. On a side note, however, take heart that thanks to the abundance of grapes grown in the area, wine is refreshingly, nearly shockingly inexpensive. It is not unheard of to have a very nice glass for about a $1.25, and wine tastings are popular and frequent. Perhaps a nice bottle or two will take the sting out of that nasty hotel bill.

In terms of what's available in Verona accommodations, like any major tourist destination, there is wide variety from which to choose. In town you can find hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts. Out of town you'll find the same--only much more affordable--plus rural hotels, apartments and villas.

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