San Nicolò 3 Apartments is a wonderful oasis to get away from the daily frenzy and give yourself a few days to rediscover simple and restful pleasures, but also to visit enchanting places.
Stroll in the beautiful Verona and get involved in the colors and scents, the art and the beauty that surrounds you. Take a bike ride, or relax with a dinner or an aperitif in the restaurants and meeting places in Verona that are located right in the center of Verona.
San Nicolò 3 is also an excellent starting point to discover the beauties of Verona and the small natural and archaeological treasures of the area, you will discover the magnificent Arena known all over the world.
Garda is one of the most popular holiday resorts on the Riviera of Olives. The town is located in one of the most beautiful coves of the Veronese coast of the lake and is about 32 km from the city of Verona. Garda borders the popular tourist destinations of Torri del Benaco and Bardolino and is dominated by the Rocca, the ruin of a tower of the early Middle Ages.Garda is the town that gave its name to the lake, which was previously known as Benàcus or Benàco. The name Garda comes from the German word "warte" (guard, lookout) and refers to the fortress, which in the Middle Ages was one of the most important observation points. In Garda there are many villas and palaces, the most beautiful and noteworthy are the Palazzo dei Capitani, Villa Alberini, Villa Canossa and the Hermitage of San Giorgio on the Rocca. Every Friday the weekly market is organized which includes the sale of numerous local products and clothing for adults and children. In Garda you can roam quietly for the wonderful walks on the lake and its small port full of typical Italian boats is one of the most loved photographic subjects. Enjoy the beautiful sunsets in a beachside cafe while sipping a Venetian or a Hugo and during the day take walks and bike rides to discover the largest lake in Italy.
In Verona, and in north-east Italy in general, local people love to meet in taverns during the day to drink a glass of wine - white from midday until late afternoon and red in the evening. It is well known that the Venetians have a vast culture of wine and fun, especially in Verona, winter nightlife is concentrated mainly in taverns or clubs and discos scattered around the city. But the real party begins in the summer, when the Veronese nights come alive thanks to shows, festivals and festivals, the outdoor tables of the locals teem with people and the streets of the city center are invaded by tourists.
There Giulietta's home It is a medieval palace in Verona, located in Via Cappello, a short distance from the central Piazza delle Erbe. The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet he found a Verona of the evidence and the fantasy has mixed legend and reality, so much so that have been recognized various places in which the story told by Shakespeare.There are actually two families named Montecchi and Capuleti (the exact name, however, is Cappelletti): of the Cappelletti we have knowledge of their presence up to the years of the permanence of Dante to Verona, in Giulietta's home, located near Piazza Erbe, where their presence is witnessed by the arms of the hat on the keystone of thebow of entry to the courtyard of the house. The Montecchi, important Veronese Ghibelline merchants, were really involved in bloody struggles for the control of power in Verona, in particular with the Guelph family of Sambonifacio, but there is no news of rivalry with the Cappelletti.The Montecchi and Cappelletti are also mentioned by Dante in the Divine Comedy (Purgatory, VI v. 105-107). Giulietta's house became in the XIV century a hospitium in Capello, and the new Capello family who resided there (and probably took the name from the place where they lived) appears to have practiced the profession of speciari (ie pharmacists) still at the end of the fifteenth century.
There Torre dei Lamberti is a medieval tower of Verona, 84 meters high, that stands out from Piazza Erbe, the ancient Roman Forum, in the historic center of the city. It is the place where the greatest manifestations of love are made and where important events take place in the city of Verona.
The best way to get absorbed by the city life of Verona is to go to Piazza delle Erbe, the oldest square in the city located where once there was the Roman forum. The square is the perfect place if you want to enjoy a romantic aperitif or to stroll among the stalls of the market that is now hosted in this place. Substantial medieval buildings, which over time have replaced the Roman buildings, embrace Piazza delle Erbe. During a walk to the market, it is impossible not to notice the monuments that embellish the square, including the fountain of Madonna Verona or the capital, said Tribuna, which was used in the past for various ceremonies.