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Dotted with boutiques, restaurants, wine bars and historic landmarks, Verona is a truly walkable city: few places better suit a weekend of wandering. That’s why there is no better way to enjoy a stay in Verona than staying in a 4-star hotel located in the very heart of the city. Our concierge staff will be glad to advise you and help you in selecting and booking al the best, to tailor your Verona experience to perfection.


How to get to the Colomba d'Oro

For guests arriving by car – We are located within the Limited Traffic Zone of Verona, but our guests enjoy the privilege of being exempt from it. Just communicate your license plate number to our reception upon arrival: we will take care of everything. We also offer a covered and guarded garage, reserved for our guests: places are limited, so we recommend that you request it at the time of booking, or in any case as soon as possible. 

For guests arriving by plane or train – Verona’s Valerio Catullo airport is just over 10 km from the Hotel Colomba d’Oro. From there, the hotel can be reached by taxi in about 20 minutes.
The Verona Porta Nuova railway station is located less than 2 km from the hotel and in this case the transfer by taxi takes just under 10 minutes. For those who wish, there are several and frequent urban bus lines that connect Porta Nuova station to Piazza Bra in just a few minutes.

Enjoying Verona by Bike – Bicycle is the perfect way to explore Verona, especially for those staying in the heart of the historic centre, as happens when choosing the Colomba d’Oro. For this reason, our guests can take advantage of a dedicated bicycle rental service, to be requested at our reception; or they can bring their own bike with them, which can be safely stored.

Directions to the hotel


In the Heart of Verona

Just as Verona is at the heart of the Colomba d’Oro, the Colomba d’Oro is at the heart of Verona: strategically located mere steps from the city main landmark, the iconic Roman Arena, this is just the perfect home base from which to enjoy all the best of the city center. As soon as you cross the door of the Hotel, you are already a few steps from the Verona Arena, but also a stone’s throw from Via Mazzini, the main shopping street in Verona: in a few minutes, on foot or by bicycle, you can reach all the most popular landmarks of the city, of historical, cultural, artistic and panoramic interest. Furthermore, the Hotel is surrounded by many of the best restaurants in Verona: when deciding where to eat nearby, you really are spoiled for choice!

Unmissable landmarks, just a few steps from the Colomba d'Oro

Piazza Bra and Verona’s Arena

From the Colomba d’Oro: 1 minute on foot, half a minute by bike

The Arena, Verona’s best-known monument, is the largest functioning open-air theater in the world: from April to October it hosts concerts, dance performances, stand-up comedy shows and above all the very famous summer Opera Festival. The amphitheater graces Piazza Bra, the largest square in Verona, like a theatrical backdrop: it is a typical Italian square packed with cafes and restaurants where you can sip a quality aperitif or a local wine, eat a good traditional dish and lose yourself the view while admiring the Beauty that embraces you.


From the Colomba d’Oro: 5 minutes on foot, 1 minute by bike

The history and culture of Verona are also represented by the fortress which the Veronese call “Castelvecchio” (Old Castle). A museum full of Italian and European art, overlooking the spectacular fortified bridge of the castle, under which flows the Adige River in whose bend the historic center of Verona is enclosed. The perfect setting for photo shoots, the Castelvecchio bridge is one of the favorite places for lovers who visit the City of Romeo and Juliet as well as one of the most romantic spots to enjoy the sunset.

Piazza Erbe e Palazzo Maffei

From the Colomba d’Oro: 8 minutes on foot, 2 minute by bike

Piazza Erbe, the oldest square in Verona and one of the most photographed in the world, is an enchanted place where buildings, towers, statues, frescoes and architecture from different historical periods interact. Among the most beautiful palaces overlooking the square (and actually among the most beautiful buildings in Verona), the most elegant, Palazzo Maffei, has been home to the only house museum in the city since 2020: an art journey through ancient and contemporary masterpieces, giving the triple emotion of admiring both the art collection and the rooms of a Baroque patrician residence, and also enjoying spectacular views over the piazza.


Casa di Giulietta

From the Colomba d’Oro: 8 minutes on foot, 2 minute by bike

Simply the most famous balcony in the world: that of Juliet, from which, according to legend, the loving couple immortalized by Shakespeare conversed and declared love. Overlooking the internal courtyard of the Medieval Palazzo, an attraction that combines reality with the beauty of legendary fiction, between notes and love letters, writings on the wall and padlocks sealed on the door by couples as a mark of their visit, you’ll find the Statue of Juliet, a lucky charm for all lovers.