Hotels near Castelvecchio
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Cangrande II della Scala built the spectacular medieval edifice, Castelvecchio, in 1354 for his family and for defending the people of Verona. It may also have been an escape route to the north for his Austrian relatives.

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Piccolo Hotel
Piccolo Hotel
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8.0
Excellent
Via Giulio Camuzzoni, 3 Verona 37138 Italy, Verona
from $0
Bareta Hotel
Bareta Hotel
Via Stra 89, Verona
from $0
Porta Palio Hotel
Porta Palio Hotel
Via Galliano 21, Verona
from $0
Hotel Expo Verona
Hotel Expo Verona
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8.6
Excellent
Via Portogallo 1/p (villafranca Di Verona), VERONA
from $0
Hotel Cavour
Hotel Cavour
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8.1
Excellent
Via Chiodo 4, Verona
from $90
Hotel Fiera
Hotel Fiera
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7.8
Good
Via Zannoni Ugo 26, Verona
from $71
Best Western Plus Hotel De Capuleti
Best Western Plus Hotel De Capuleti
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8.8
Excellent
Via Del Pontiere 26, Verona
from $69
Hotel Marco Polo
Hotel Marco Polo
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8.3
Excellent
Via Sant'Antonio, 21, Verona
from $88
Hotel Siros
Hotel Siros
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7.9
Good
Via Bengasi 26 / a, Verona
from $63
Hotel Rizzi
Hotel Rizzi
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6.0
Good
Loc Crocioni 46 A/B, Bussolengo
from $80
More About Hotels near Castelvecchio...

What’s Castelvecchio?

Today the Castelvecchio is a museum, having been restored by Carlo Scarpa between 1958 and 1964. The museum displays sculptural works from the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, canvases from the middle ages and the eighteenth century, and objects from the Lombard era.

Which Hotels Have the Best View near Castelvecchio?

The Residenza Giacomo Puccini is an affordable, small bed and breakfast, just a few steps away from the Museum. The Dimore Verona is another inexpensive alternative that offers apartments with a kitchenette.

What are the Benefits or Drawbacks from Staying at a Hotel Near Castelvecchio?

Staying at a hotel near the Castelvecchio also means being about within walking distance of the many shops, cafés, and restaurants that are in the heart of Verona and the many other historic and tourist attractions of the city.

What Do I Need to Know About Castelvecchio?

The Castelvecchio is open seven days a week. The price of admission is $7.00 but reduced to $1.00 on the first Sunday of the month from January to May and from October to December. Allow at least a couple of hours to see all the exhibits.

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