Verona Italy Bed and Breakfasts

Verona Italy bed and breakfasts are well-suited to the type of traveler who prefers intimate, family-friendly accommodation options. While there are airport hotels and luxury hotels in Verona as well, the experience of staying at a bed and breakfast or a guesthouse is one that you won’t soon forget. Verona B&Bs are generally charming, cozy, offer great locations, and often include extra amenities such as complimentary breakfast and parking. Besides all of the comforts and conveniences, Verona Italy inns also offer a glimpse into authentic culture. After traveling all the way to Italy, a little authenticity goes a long way.

Many travelers are surprised by how affordable Verona Italy bed and breakfasts can be. Rooms generally range from 50 to 150 euros a night, depending on the size, location, and quality of the inn. Some American travelers are wary of these low prices, as finding quality accommodation in the US in this price range can be a challenge. However, that is part of the charm of Verona B&Bs. These family owned inns offer prices that rival hostels, sometimes attracting a young and budget crowd. If you’re looking for a nice, quiet inn, you might want to spend in the mid-range to avoid backpackers.

Similar to apartment rentals, Verona Italy inns offer great locations as well. Often in the historic center, these bed and breakfasts provide close proximity to the top attractions, including the ancient Roman arena, the Duomo, and Juliet’s House. If you’re having a hard time narrowing down your choices for Verona Italy bed and breakfasts, one strategy is to choose by location. Examples of inns in the historic center of Verona include Bed and Breakfast Piazza Erbe, Arena B&B, and Bed and Breakfast La Tana (pictured).

Budget travelers will often choose Verona B&Bs that are a little further away from the historic center, but that offer great value. These options will be more affordable than inns in the center, and can often be more spacious and full of extra amenities. Adventurous travelers who like to explore a new place on foot will be especially attracted to these options. Some of the top choices include Il Ghiro Bed and Breakfast, Al Raggio di Sole, and Hotel Giberti. There are also affordable options for B&Bs on the other side of the Adige River, including Al Quadrifoglio B&B.

Almost all Verona Italy inns become booked out during popular events. If you are traveling to Verona during the opera festival or another event during the summer season, you will want to make your reservations in advance. Inns along with hotels, villas, and rental apartments become full with culture lovers who arrive to listen to opera and explore Verona’s many attractions. If you’re trying to find a last minute reservation, the best place to look is the inns outside of the city center, or airport hotels. Many visitors are pleasantly surprised by how gracious their hosts can be. Bed and breakfast owners can often point you in the direction of the best restaurants and bars, so don’t be afraid to ask for recommendations.

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