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Verona Style

Through Veronastyle you can find the best offers of the city of Verona and its territory, its shops, restaurants and even its wide range of entertainment and hospitality venues for every event you want to organize in the city of Romeo and Juliet.

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City Center

Verona, the second largest city of the Veneto Region after Venice, has one of the nicest medieval centers in Italy.

Lake Garda

North of Verona, Lake Garda is the most family- and water sports-oriented of Italy’s lakes.


Lessinia, a green plateau of the Verona Province, it is a world of nature and history.


Information about Verona, the city of art, culture, culinary traditions of italian life.

Selection of Excellence


Il Desco

Il Desco has been a top restaurant for twenty years.
In 1997, it received two Michelin stars.

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Le Vigne di San Pietro

Le Vigne di San Pietro represent a small island set in a unique place among morainic hills, a few steps away from the beautiful city of Verona and Lake Garda.

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Hotel Due Torri

The Due Torri Hotel, luxury hotel situated in the historic centre of Verona, is near the church of Saint Anastasia, just a stone’s throw from Juliet’s famous balcony, Piazza Bra and the Arena.

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Duchi Café

Simple but sophisticated. Duchi Café follows a contemporary design which prefers essentiality to a soperabundundance of details. It is an elegant place for people who love taste, delicate, re ned avors and who want to have a good time.

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Villa Arvedi

Villa Arvedi in Cuzzano (Grezzana) has been documented as belonging to Mastino, Alberto and Cangrande della Scala as far back as 1200. In 1432, it was described as an “estate with a crenellated house, a wine press and an oil press.”

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Joy Spa

Taking care of youself in a retro styled beauty salon. Joy spa hair beauty is the place to return to harmony, remove anxiety and tension while your skin and hair begin reborn.

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Best Places to Visit

House of Juliet

The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, wich was written for the first time by a man from Vicenza named Luigi da Porto in the year 1524, and immortalized by William Shakespeare, can easily be traced in the characteristics of Verona.

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For seven centuries, the elegant fortification has been a sentinel on the Adige River.

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Verona – Art & Culture

On november 30 in 2000, the XXIV Plenary Asembly of the World Heritage Committee listed Verona in the World Heritage List (V.H.L.) as “The City of Verona”.

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