Two-room apartment in the center of Verona
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We are Serena and Francesco, this is the house where we lived befor getting married.
Serena purchased this Apartment in 2005
Why Serena chose San Zeno
We are bonded to this apartment and we have set it up to be our home. We are happy to be able to offer it to our guests so that they can live a few days in our beautiful city. The complex has an elevator so in case of need (even if we are on the first floor) you can always use it
What makes this Apartment unique
It is cozy and easy for getting around the city. The station is a stone's throw away as is Castelvecchio and the Verona Arena. A few minutes by car from the Verona fair.
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Parking right outside of the rental was fantastic; Verona as a city is so cute and tiny and perfect; walking to all the locations we wanted to see was super easy from this spot. The bed was a little lumpy and the pillows aren't super awesome, but for one night it was totally doable. Heat takes a while to kick in, so I'd recommend setting it where you want when you arrive, before heading back out for the day!
Great place in Verona!
Cute and spacious apartment in a covenient location in Verona. Close to the train station, Castlevecchio, and the city center without being in the hustle and bustle of tourists. Very clean and contemporary apartment for a great value. We found the amenities to be much better than a lot of european apartments. Very comfy bed, nice kitchen with a Nespresso machine, air conditioning, and a big bathroom with a washing machine. Serena warmly greeted us with her two sons and had great recommendations for dining. Would highly recommend this place and the lovely host!
Thank you very much for your review. we are happy that you enjoyed the apartment ! you are always welcome !
The district of San Bernardino is one of the historic districts of Verona, between the Basilica of San Zeno and Castelvecchio. Inside the circle of the Austrian bastions, next to art nouveau houses new post-industrial buildings born from the restoration of small factories of the first half in 900. The Franciscan convent of San Bernardino is one of the few still active in the center of Verona and dates back to 1400. Inside you can admire the Pellegrini del Sanmicheli chapel.