Cheap Car Rental for Verona
No doubt a car rental is the best way to explore a city, but when the city in question is the Italian city of Verona, a car rental becomes a must. Verona is an embodiment of romance and hence deserves to be explored at ‘close quarters’ which is only possible if you have a car rental at your disposal. So do the wise thing, book your Verna car rental deal with us; we negotiate with numerous suppliers like Europcar, Maggiore, Buchbinder and Ecovia to bring you the cheapest Verona car rental deals in the industry. So all you have to do is fill the form given above and within seconds, you will be able to compare ‘Verona car rental’ prices from various suppliers; the provision of various filters would allow you to narrow down the search as per your preferences. In case you have any queries or are facing some problem while booking your car rental for Verona, you can contact our booking support via email, live chat or phone.
A Brief Outline of Verona, Italy
The place where Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ took place, Verona is enchanting to the hilt!! On visiting it you will agree that it is true when they say that ‘love is in Verona’s air’; Juliet’s Balcony is a must if you are one of the die-hard romantics. Home to the famous ancient open-air Opera House Verona Arena, and Vinitaly – World’s most important wine expo – Verona, perched on the banks of River Adige, is timeless - a place where past and present merge as one, creating a magic which could never be expressed in words. This place is supposedly Shakespeare’s favorite as besides ‘Romeo and Juliet’ two more plays were set in Verona – The Two Gentlemen of Verona, and The Taming of the Shrew, so if you are a fan of these plays, you should plan your visit to Verona in the summers when the open-air operas’ opens for the season.
Historical Places to Visit in Verona, Italy
Porta Dei Borsari
Arco Dei Gavi is an ancient structure in Verona, built by Gens Gavia in the 1st Century AD it is known for its simple and modest structure. Designed by Lucius Vitruvius Cerdo, it was built at the opening of the roman road named Via Postumia to mark the various achievements of the Gavia family; the structure was used as the entry gate between the walls. Though it might not look as striking as the arches of Rome, yet history is a witness that it was highly appreciated by the architects of that era which includes names like Palladio.
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