Hotels near Arco dei Gavi
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The gens Gavia, a noble Roman family from Verona, built the Arco dei Gavi in the second half of the first century to honor family members.

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Casa Fracasso
Casa Fracasso
Via Carlo Cattaneo 24, Verona
from $355
Hotel Mastino
Hotel Mastino
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8.3
Excellent
Corso Porta Nuova 16, Verona
from $77
Sole Hotel Verona
Sole Hotel Verona
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9.1
Excellent
Piazzale XXV Aprile 4b Stazione Ferroviaria Porta Nuova, Verona
from $63
Hotel Gardenia
Hotel Gardenia
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8.4
Excellent
Via Unita D'Italia 350, Verona
from $51
Best Western Hotel Firenze
Best Western Hotel Firenze
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8.8
Excellent
Corso Porta Nuova 88, Verona
from $94
Affittacamere Borgo Roma
Affittacamere Borgo Roma
Via scuderlando, 355, Verona
from $43
Hotel Accademia
Hotel Accademia
|
9.3
Excellent
Via Scala 12, Verona
from $92
Hotel Expo Verona
Hotel Expo Verona
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8.6
Excellent
Via Portogallo 1/p (villafranca Di Verona), VERONA
from $0
Relais Fra' Lorenzo
Relais Fra' Lorenzo
Via Castello San Felice 11, Verona
from $140
Hotel Gelmini
Hotel Gelmini
|
7.9
Good
Via Belfiore 54, Verona
from $54
More About Hotels near Arco dei Gavi...

What’s Arco dei Gavi?

The Arco dei Gavi is on a prominent road in Verona, its original site selected with great care. During medieval times the arch became a city gate, and included the walls to the city and the Clock Tower of Castelvecchio. The French dismantled it but it was reassembled where it now stands, piece by piece, in 1932.

Which Hotels Have the Best View near Arco dei Gavi?

The Hotel San Luca is an affordable hotel, close to the arch and in a central yet quiet location. The Escalus Luxury Suites Verona offers excellent service and accommodations at reasonable prices.

What are the Benefits or Drawbacks from Staying at a Hotel Near Arco dei Gavi?

If you stay at a hotel near the Arco dei Gavi, you are in the heart of Verona, with all its shops, restaurants, and other attractions, including the Museo di Castelvecchio.

What Do I Need to Know About Arco dei Gavi?

Roman history buffs will enjoy the Arco dei Gavi for its white Veronese marble, and the wagon wheel ruts of two millennia ago. There is no charge to see the arch.

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