Take a weekend break in Verona from £85 per person incl flights from Stanstead airport
Take a winter weekend break and discover wonderful Verona, since Roman times this beautiful town has been a popular location in the region of Veneto in the north-east of Italy. Lying close to the Lake Garda and the two castles that are said to have inspired Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Verona is a delight to visit full of history, with excellent shops and cafes that line the attractive medieval lanes of the town’s historic centre. Verona an appealing destination for weekend breaks or longer stays with easy access to the Lakes and Venice.
On this price example we have found an excellent deal on the 22nd to 24th Jan 2106 at the Hotel San Marco City Resort & Spa which is only a five minute walk from Marcantonio Bentegodi Stadium.
Each of the rooms are air conditioned and come with a flat-screen television. The spa provides a wide range of relaxing treatments that include Kneipp herbal baths, a hot tub, a sauna and an indoor thermal pool. There’s also a free outdoor swimming pool that is open during the summer months.
There’s a bus stop right in front of the hotel that will take you to Verona’s historic centre, two and a half miles away. Both Verona’s Villafranca International Airport and Montichiari Airport are just over six miles away.
We also flights at Sophies Flight Search from £26 flying with Ryanair from Stanstead aiport
Costing example including transfers for this weekend break in Verona:
- Hotel 2 nights £98 / 2 = £49
- Flights from Stanstead £26
- Transfer approximate cost £10
Total £85 per person
Flight price on 30/11/2015
Hotel prices example on Trivago search 30/11/2015
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