Verona, Italy

Stay with Inspirato in the medieval city of Verona, famous for serving as the setting of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. At the elegant and historic Butterfly Verona, you can be steps away from some of Verona’s top attractions, like the first-century Verona Arena, the scenic Adige River, art museums, and more. Choose from an array of unique rooms and suites—from a two-bedroom apartment complete with kitchen, to a romantic room for two with a private balcony overlooking the charming city.

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Renaissance Romance

Perhaps most famous for being the backdrop of the fictional love story of Romeo and Juliet, Verona has much more to offer than a visit to Juliet’s balcony. Located in northeast Italy, the city is a sea of terracotta- and peach-colored medieval buildings. It is also home to several Roman ruins—one being the incredibly well-preserved first-century amphitheater, Arena di Verona, which hosts an opera festival every summer and other concerts year round. Stroll charming piazzas, visit beautiful churches, see incredible art, and wonder at some of the architecturally fascinating bridges straddling the winding Adige River. Finally, no visit would be complete without seeing Castelvecchio—a 14th-century fortified castle on the banks of the river.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested airport
    Verona Villafranca Airport (VRN)
  • Currency
  • Language
  • Time zone
    6 hours ahead of NYC
  • Average temperature
    85°F in summer; 40°F in winter

Destination Highlights

  • Verona Arena

    This Roman amphitheatre is one of the best-preserved ancient structures in the world. Built in the first century, today it can be visited any time of year and is most famous for hosting a summer opera festival.

  • Rafting the Adige River

    See the city from the unique vantage point of the Adige River. Raft its waters, passing under dozens of bridges, past the Castelvecchio museum and bridge, and finishing at the Venetian customs house ruins.

  • Piazzale Castel San Pietro

    Set on a hill overlooking the city, this medieval fortress is one of the largest historic buildings in Verona. For a magnificent view of the city’s spires and winding river, take the funicular to the top, then take the zig-zagging staircase down.



  • Forecasting your Verona Vacation

    Verona experiences warm and humid summers with temperatures averaging around 85 degrees. Winters are quite chilly and you will likely see some snow during a winter visit. Skies are typically partly cloudy year-round with the sunniest months being July and August.


Map of Verona

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