Verona apartments for rent
- Serviced and fully equipped apartments
- Tailor-made offers for both short and extended stays
- Straightforward rental agreements without intermediaries
- Round-the-clock assistance by a team of professionals
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‘There is no world outside the walls of Verona’
Just imagine a weekend away from it all, a hair’s length away from one of the most beautiful lakes in Italy in a setting of unique splendour and unparalleled history: Verona, a UNESCO heritage site since 2000.
Halldis offers luxurious and carefully selected flats, ideal for a holiday without thoughts or concerns, where annoying schedules do not exist and every moment is one to savour.
You can easily enjoy the city centre of Verona by walk but, if you prefer, there is also a bus network which interconnects to the train station, making it very easy to reach your favourite serviced apartment.
If you wish to go farther and soak up the sun on the Garda Lake, stroll through the vineyards of the Veronese hills or take your children to the amusement park at Gardaland, you need to rent a car or robust bike to take you up and down the hills and paths. If you would like a bit of exercise, cycling along the Adige is ideal.
Just a few moments to check-in, one quick glance at your new ‘nest’ and off you go to explore the city.
Start off from the heart of the city, the majestic Arena – built in the first century and still looking as youthful as ever, hosting an annual operatic season which always meets with great success – located in the very central Piazza Bra, continue towards Juliet’s House, where lovers from all around the world make their pledge and Piazza delle Erbe. Here you will find the best cafeterias and the most luxurious buildings in Verona, amongst which the splendid baroque Palazzo Maffei, where you will also find some of the most sought-after solutions from the Halldis portfolio.
After lunch, make your way to the Castelvecchio Museum, cross the Adige River and rest your body and mind in Giusti Garden, a small masterpiece left behind by the Renaissance.