Tuesday, January 28, 2020
3 Nights in Verona Italy for 2 Persons Staying in a Double or Twin Room at the ★★★★ DB Hotel Verona
€265
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€357
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DB Hotel is a four-star luxurious hotel located in Verona. Enjoy 3 Nights for 2 persons at DB Hotel for €265 instead of €357

What's Included


  • 3 Nights Accommodation in double or twin room for 2 persons
  • Breakfast for 2 persons
  • Use of wellness for 2 hours per day (upon reservation) and gym
  • Use of panoramic rooftop and jacuzzi
  • Transfer from/to Verona airport (upon reservation)
  • Free outdoor parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

Description

DB hotel offers the best in dynamic Italian service. It is the perfect place to work, meet, exchange views, refresh yourself, and depart inspired. Offering warm yet efficient hospitality that satisfies and exceeds your expectations; sharing a piece of Italy’s proud hospitality tradition, where commitment and quality come together in a unique setting.

 

Explore Italy, Verona

Arena di Verona (Roman Amphitheater)

One of the largest of its kind and among the best preserved Roman amphitheaters, Verona's arena was built in the reign of Diocletian, about AD 290. Only four arches of the outer wall on the north side have survived, but the vaulting seating is intact and in regular use. Its 44 rows of seating can accommodate 22,000 spectators, and in July and August, it is the home of the Verona Opera Festival, one of Europe's major summer music events ranked with the Bayreuth and Salzburg festivals. The arena forms one side of the wide Piazza Brà, opposite the Palazzo Malfatti, created by Sammichele. Adjoining the long building of the Gran Guardi,the old guard-house from1614, is the gate and tower of Portoni della Brà.

 

 

Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore

The large 11-12th century Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore is considered the finest Romanesque building in northern Italy. The beautiful main front of alternating strata of brick and white tufa is flanked by a slender Romanesque campanile (1045-1178) and the 14th-century battlemented defensive tower of a former Benedictine abbey. Although you enter through the elegant Romanesque cloister via a gate at the side, be sure to see the bronze doors on the front portal, with outstanding Romanesque reliefs of Biblical and secular scenes. The interior has an unusual 14th-century timber roof and beautiful Romanesque capitals. In the aisles are frescoes from the 13th to 15th centuries. In the choir is a marble figure, thought to be 14th-century, of St. Zeno, the fourth-century bishop of Verona. His reliquary is in the crypt, which is quite unusual in that it is equal in size and prominence to the chancel above it. On the high altar is a 15th-century Madonna with Saints by Mantegna.

 

 

Arche Scaligere (Scaligeri Tombs)

The lovely little church of Santa Maria Antica was completed in the 12th century and became the family church of the della Scala princes, who ruled Verona in the 13th and 14th centuries. Their imposing Gothic tombs almost overshadow it, topped by their effigies in full armor. Look for their symbol: the ladder (scala) was the heraldic emblem of the family and frequently recurs in the elaborate wrought-iron railings. Above the church door are the sarcophagus and a copy of an equestrian statue of Cangrande della Scala, who died in 1329 (the original is beautifully displayed at Castelvecchio). To the left are the mural monument of Giovanni, who died in 1359, and the sarcophagus of Mastino I from 1277. Inside the railings, under a canopy, are the sarcophagi and equestrian statues of Mastino II and Cansignorio, who died in 1351 and 1375 respectively.

 

 

Sant'Anastasia

A Gothic church from the late 13th century, Sant'Anastasia towers above a little piazza in the heart of Verona. Over its portal are scenes from the life of St. Peter carved in stone, and above them, a 15th-century fresco. Just inside, a pair of grotesques carved from marble hold holy water fonts, the left one by Gabriele Caliari, the father of the artist Paolo Veronese. Don't miss the fresco of St. George and the Princess by Pisanello

 

SUGGESTED FLIGHT INFORMATION:

Airline: Alitalia
To/From: Luqa Malta - Verona International (via Rome Fiumcino)
Avg Price: €110 per person

Terms & Conditions


  • After buying your coupon, booking is required on dbhotel.res.link specifying your coupon number under special notes (Printing is not required)
  • Discounts for children: 1 child under 6 years stays free of charge in bed with parents, children over 6 years 60 €/child/night (breakfast included; stay in an extra double room)
  • Deal is valid for stays until 29th February 2020
  • Blackout dates - January 1st, 28th, 29th and 30th/ February 15th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd 2020
  • After booking is confirmed, hotel 3-day cancellation policy applies
  • Each coupon is redeemable for 3 night stay, you may buy additional coupons for additional nights
  • The Hotel may request credit card details to finalise the reservation
  • You pay €26.50 when buying the deal online and €238.50 at the hotel
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