Discovering Verona

Verona is a romantic and bright city, ideal to spend a holiday dedicated to art and culture. Monuments, churches and musuems are all at arms length and within a few minutes walking distance.

A city of ancient origins, Verona held much importance in the Roman Empire, during the medieval era and as a military stronghold in the Austrian Empire; all these historic periods have left a strong reminder in the form of monuments, churches, buildings and the tourist who looks around can recognise all of these eras.

As well as the famous Arena and the Roman Theatre, while walking through this splendid city you can admire and visit unique, evocative places such as Piazza Brà and Piazza delle Erbe, the Cathedral, Casa di Giulietta, Castelvecchio and many other extremely interesting buildings.

Having dedicated some days to discovering the city, you can have the possibility of extending you stay in our hotel in Verona to explore the immense variety of surrounding areas: Lake Garda with its gracious and picturisque villages and la Valpolicella, famous for its fine wines such as Amarone and Recioto.

The staff of Hotel Siena are at your disposition to provide you with all the information necessary to organise your trips in the vicinity of the city. We will be further delighted to inform you of the most interesting shows on in the city during your stay, the best places to shop and the best restaurants where you can experience Veronese food and drink specialities.


The strategic position of Verona allows its use as a base for daily excursions (by train, bus or car) to extremely interesting cities, from an artistic point of view, such as Mantova (38 km), Vicenza (50 km), Padova (80 km) and Venice (100 km).

Verona's surrondings also offer many enjoyable occasions from the smallest to biggest: Gardaland park, the Zoo Safari and Caneva World. Not to be missed, Valeggio sul Mincio resort, the vast garden of Villa Sigurtà.