Paris can pack up, now it's time for Verona. Following Romeo & Juliet's tracks in the warm light of the south, Verona offers romantic squares, enchanting courtyards and medieval sights. Don't stress yourself out at the airport, Paris is not the only place for romance. A relaxed night on the Nightjet takes you from Vienna, Salzburg or Munich directly to Verona.
Tip: With ÖBB, you will receive a 20% discount on tickets for CitySightseeing in many cities in Italy.
Further information is available at oebb.at/citysightseeing.
No connections found. Please try another departure country.
* Minimum price for an ÖBB Sparschiene ticket per person and direction, in a second class seating carriage, incl. seat reservation, offer only valid for a certain train and subject to ticket allotment, can be booked max. 6 months (180 days) before departure. For couchette or sleeper car tickets as well as car and motorcycle transport (if available), a surcharge applies. No discounts. Tickets cannot be exchanged, cancelled or refunded. The ÖBB Personenverkehr AG's terms and conditions apply. Tickets and information are available at nightjet.com, from ÖBB sales partners, at any ÖBB ticket counter and from the ÖBB customer service at 0043 5 1717.
It is the perfect destination for all those newly in love or those who still want to get there. Ever since Shakespeare and maybe even before his time, the northern Italian city has been home to great emotions. Whether at Casa di Giulietta, where couples like to write their names on the wall under the watchful eyes of a bronze statue of Juliet in the courtyard. Or at Arena di Verona with its annual opera festival and opera performances featuring such great classics as La Traviata or Aida.
For film lovers, there is also an international film festival for love films. Famous wines such as Valpolicella arguably make your stay even more enjoyable.
During the day, you can buy fresh fruit and vegetables in the historic Piazza delle Erbe, or simply enjoy the medieval architecture - the old houses with their balconies are typical of the city. Even more medieval flair can be found in the famous Castelvecchio, a medieval fortress. From the piazza it’s also only a few minutes to Castel San Pietro. This castle is situated on a picturesque hill between cypresses and offers a great view. More beautiful views can be enjoyed from Torre dei Lamberti, at 84 metres the city's tallest medieval tower.
The best place to go shopping is Via Mazzini, before romance takes over once more: Romeo and Juliet were married in the crypt of the Basilica of San Zeno. And if you need a bit of fresh air after so much romance, just travel to nearby Lake Garda...