Al Castello

Corso Cavour 32, Verona, Veneto, 37121, Italy | Hotel
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Verona and Fivizzano

A travel blog entry by everardt

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The Cisalpine Express has traversed virtually the whole of Switzerland from north to south, then travelled to Verona via Milano. I briefly passed through Verona around 28 years ago but have never stopped there, and am looking forward to having a look around this city and meeting my friends, Stefania and Claudia, who I met in Sitges in July.
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Venice!

A travel blog entry by kristip

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We are currently in Venice. A few of us are waiting for our pizza/ pasta to arrive for lunch. Authentic Italian lunch :) This morning we went to a glass blowing demo, and then shopped for glass. After that we toured the crazy alleys of Venice, then went and toured the canals on gondolas. After lunch we're going to the Doge's palace before free ...

Lido/ Verona

A travel blog entry by kristip

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... a popular summer retreat just outside Venice. Last night a few of us went to the beach which is two blocks from the hotel. We all went into the Adriatic Sea. The other students stayed at the hotel to try to connect to the patchy wifi. Today we are off to Venice for a city tour, glass blowing demo. and, most importantly, a gondola ...

Vicenza

A travel blog entry by joseph.taylor

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... able to see it in person and walk around inside was really great. Villa Rotunda is one of Palladio's most famous villas if not his most famous, and it is the quintessential renaissance villa because of its geometry and symmetry. When we returned to our hotel, we had the afternoon to ourselves. I rank Vicenza #3 out of 6, mainly because I really enjoyed Palladio's buildings. We stayed in Vicenza Tuesday night, and left for Venice Wednesday morning on a train.
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Verona

A travel blog entry by joseph.taylor

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... The main reason we went was to see all the display details and interior design that was done by Carlo Scarpa. Although I can't complain at all about Verona I do have to rank it my #6th favorite city out of 6. After sketching at the museum, we got back on the bus and drove to Vicenza.
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Location

This hotel, located on Corso Cavour 32, Verona, is near Museo di Castelvecchio, I Portoni della Bra, and Gavi Arch (Arco dei Gavi).
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good