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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Place to eat
“Simple but authentic local food from Verona. Pretty cheap and not touristy. A real Osteria!”
  • 25 locals recommend
Bakery
“One of the best in Verona, very nice and creamy croissants, cafè and capuccino. 5 minutes walking from the home.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Bus Station
“Bus lines 11 12 13 30 31 51 52 stops here, they are very frequent (every 5 minutes). You can stop here if you arrive from Verona Porta Nuova train station. Bus lines 30 51 52 stops directly in front of the home. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Lodging
“Porta Vescovo è una delle porte di Verona, risalente al periodo scaligero e successivamente rifatta nel corso del XVI secolo sotto la Serenissima e del XIX secolo sotto la dominazione austriaca.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Bed & Breakfast
“Architectural work unfinished, in the cell where the saint once lived along the left aisle, there is now a considerable Lamentation wooden life-size, style and fifteenth-century author uncertain, with a strong expressionist gestures and faces of the characters that surround the Christ died. XVI century frescoes adorn addition, the ribbed vault of the chapel next door. Opposite, on the right side, it opens as to form a transept, the chapel of St. Tuscany, with frescoed vault flowered with four rounds within which you can see St. Bernard, St. John the Baptist, Blessed Henry from Bolzano and holy Tuscany. Of this, at one time you could read the date and signature: "Domenicus Tol. Doctum cecidisse cacomen, 1853." The date of the fresco in 1853 must refer probably to some restoration or reconstruction, as it is known only from Tolmezzo Domenico, who lived between 1448 and 1507. Local historians agree it is precisely these supposedly the author of the frescoes of the chapel. The stylistic affinities opera in Verona with the other notes of the great painter carnico are, in fact, remarkable. work in the chapel was completed around 1489, when Domenico was about forty-two, as confirmed indirectly by Soncino in Foil Horns in 1487, where he writes, "are human bones in the tomb in the chapel of the left hand of the glorious nomata Tuscany." For these reasons, the work may belong to the fifteenth-century painter who was certainly in touch with the artistic circles of Verona.”
  • 1 local recommends
Route
  • 1 local recommends
Street Address
“Ottime focacce e specialità pugliesi. Chiuso il lunedi e gli altri giorni chiude alle 21. Da non perdere. Esattamente di fianco all'Osteria Morandin, dove vi consiglio di prendere un "goto"”
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
  • 2 locals recommend
Lodging
  • 1 local recommends
Bar
  • 1 local recommends
Route
“PARCHEGGIO A PAGAMENTO CON ALCUNI POSTI GRATUITI. CARPARK OR FREE CARPARK 7:30 AM - 08:00 PM ”
  • 1 local recommends
Bakery
  • 1 local recommends