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Verona, the City of Love! Of course, while the tragic love tale of Romeo and Juliet, set in Verona, is the reason for some of its fame, those who have visited will tell you that this charming city has far more to offer than that. Verona is known for its stunning architecture, picturesque vistas, and authentic Italian flavour. It combines all the best parts of Italian culture (romance, beauty, and culture) with the added benefit of some of the best gelato in the world. Moreover, it has character and is less crowded than other popular Italian cities like Rome and Venice, making it a perfect stop on your itinerary if you’re looking to experience Italy at its most authentic. For an unforgettable trip, book your Verona car hire in advance with Enjoy Travel for the best deals!

Guide of Verona


Verona is a city found in the Italian region of Veneto. As one of the seven provincial capitals in the area, it is an important economic and cultural hub. It is also the second-largest municipality in all of northeastern Italy. Half-encircled by the Adige River, Verona is located at the foot of the Lessini Mountains, about 65 miles (105 km) west of Venice.

Climate in Verona

Even though Lake Garda has a minimal impact on Verona's climate, the city has the humid subtropical climate typical of Northern Italy's interior plains, with scorching summers and chilly, damp winters. Fog is common in the wintertime due to the high relative humidity. There is no better time to visit Verona than during the months of July and August. Temperatures average 31°C in the daytime in July, with lows of 20°C.


Thousands of years ago, under Roman domination and thanks to its bustling port, Verona started to grow into an urban centre, laying the foundation for the culture that made the city what it is today. However, short periods of French and Austrian domination did leave their mark on the culture. Veronese society is heavily influenced by its café culture. You can find people to hang out with in cafés at any time of the day.

Shakespeare's tragic drama about star-crossed lovers set in Verona only adds to the city's already considerable notoriety. Shakespeare's version of Romeo and Juliet may be the most well-known, but the play was really based on a poem written by Arthur Brooke and published in 1562 under the title The Tragicall Historye of Romeus and Juliet. The original narrative of Romeo and Giuletta and the bloody war between the families Montecchi and Capelletti served as inspiration for Brooke's adaptation. These works were written by Italian authors such as Luigi de Porto and Matteo Bandello.

Things To Do in Verona

Watch a concert at the Verona Arena

The Verona Arena, located next to Piazza Bra, is one of the best-preserved Roman colosseums still in use today. It was formerly the site of several games and spectacles, such as the Roman Ludi. The amphitheatre's seating and vaulting have withstood the test of time, and it can accommodate up to 20,000 people during the Verona Opera Festival every year in July and August. Tickets to explore the Arena or see a stunning show may be purchased here. Aside from that, the vast open area around the Arena might be ideal for some spectacular photos.

Visit the Casa di Giulietta and Torre dei Lamberti

Verona is recognised around the globe as the scene for Shakespeare's beloved tragedy, 'Romeo and Juliet,' and couples go to view Juliet's balcony from which she beckons Romeo. Though no one can confirm the authenticity of the original legends, a balcony overlooking a picturesque courtyard of a mediaeval house near Piazza delle Erbe was built in the twentieth century. Definitely one of the city's most romantic sites, you can find inscriptions by lovers on a wall and visitors are known to touch Juliet's bust and foot in the garden area for good luck. Inside the museum, you may find mementoes from the film's namesake, starring Leonardo Di Caprio. After that, you may take a leisurely walk to Torre dei Lamberti. Take the elevator to the top of this 84-meter-tall tower for panoramic views of the city.

Admire the Giardino Giusti

The Giardino Giusti is one of Italy's most beautiful examples of a classical Renaissance garden. Located across the Adige River, it is a great site in Verona for picnics in the spring and summer. It was built in the 1500s at the back of Palazzo Giusti and is also known as the Giardino all'italiana. The garden's spectacular features include eight French parterres with various hedge patterns, fountains, grottos, and sculptures of Greco-Roman gods and goddesses. Relax on a seat or capture some beautiful photos for your social network. Note that another well-known highlight of the park, the 600-year-old Goethe cypress, was destroyed in 2020 by a raging storm.

Eating Out in Verona

Verona has a great culinary scene, with several exceptional restaurants serving both classic Italian meals and sophisticated world cuisine. Here are some of our favourites. Osteria La Fontanina, a 200-year-old Michelin-starred restaurant, is ideal for a romantic supper. The classy atmosphere, along with spectacular views of the city, adds to the allure. Savour the delicately cooked seafood and pork specialities. Al Pompiere is another local institution that offers a vast selection of local cheeses and hams. Enjoy the charcuterie platter or the oven-roasted pork with polenta. Osteria Sottriva is a low-cost restaurant with a welcoming atmosphere. Hearty dishes like horsemeat stew, spaghetti with beans, or meatballs are available.



Verona is served by Verona Villafranca Airport (VRN), which is located at a distance of 10 km southwest of the city centre.

Getting Around Verona

Verona has an efficient public transportation system that includes a large bus network. You may also rent a bike effortlessly. However, strolling is the greatest way to discover the city. There are two railway stations situated south of the city centre, which will easily connect you with the rest of the country via efficient train routes. Car hire is popular among business travellers, those on their honeymoon, or large families due to the enhanced comfort, convenience, and flexibility it offers.

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FAQs about car hire in Verona

Most frequently asked questions about hiring a car in Verona

Verona is a very expensive city to travel to, compared to the rest of Italy. You’ll spend about €134 per day.
While the other transportation options are good in Verona, renting a car is still your best option if you are pressed for time or want to explore at your own leisure.
These are many places that you cannot miss on your trip to Verona such as Piazza Bra, the arena of Verona, the Giuseppe Mazzini Street and the Piazza delle Erbe.
The time to visit Verona is in April, May, September and October.
The cheapest cars begin at €52 for a week, which is €8 per day.
Likewise the most inexpensive cars for a month begin at €1163, or €38 per day.
The average price of a litre of fuel in Verona can vary between EUR 1.45 and EUR 1.25.