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Business Class Flights To Verona

Nestled on the Adige River in Italy’s northeast, Verona is internationally acclaimed for its association with Shakespeare’s most tragic love story. But when you travel on business class flights to Verona, you will discover so much more. From traversing an ancient Roman arena and attending world-class opera performances, to the ultimate luxury shopping experience on the Via Mazzini, you will be delighted with the variety of offerings that this bustling Renaissance city has to offer. Rest easy en route to Verona, enjoying the privacy and space offered to business class flyers on the plane, and arrive in this vivid Italian destination feeling well-rested and energized.

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Verona Airport and Business Class Lounge

Verona Villafranca Airport is situated just over 6 miles to the southwest of the city center. This airport is also known as the Valerio Catullo Airport and the Villafranca Airport. It is a major airport for the provinces of Verona, Brescia, Mantua, and Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol. Savvy travelers who book business class flights to Verona always make the most of their time spent at the airport. Whether traveling for work or for pleasure, enjoy gourmet meals and complimentary beverages, luxurious spa services, and state-of-the-art comfort in the calming atmosphere of the airport lounge. Take advantage of your time before or after your flight in order to refresh yourself, or get straight to business with the convenient meeting facilities and work niches.


Things To Do In Verona

Take in a spectacular view of the city when you arrive on business class flights to Verona, and head to the famed Arena in Piazza Bra. Built in the 1st century, this remarkably preserved building is one of the oldest and largest surviving amphitheaters in the world. It is also renowned as a fantastic musical venue that plays host to local operas and ballets, as well as an array of popular artists ranging from Paul McCartney and Leonard Cohen, to Adele and One Direction.

There are a multitude of other sights you must not miss when you visit this historic city. Museo di Castelvecchio is packed with an amazing collection of medieval and Renaissance sculpture and paintings. The museum is housed in a 14th-century red brick castle on the banks of the river Aldige. Across the river lies the gorgeous Giardino Giusti, open to the public since 1591. Legend has it that couples that can find each other within the garden’s labyrinth are destined for a long, happy relationship. The Piazza delle Erbe was the city’s forum during Roman times, and is worth visiting to see the Torre dei Lamberti, the Casa dei Giudici, the Mazzanti Houses, and the fountain featuring the Madonna Verona statue dating to 380 AD. For another wonderful panoramic view of Verona, you can climb or take the lift up the Torre dei Lamberti, which at 275 feet stands the tallest of all the city’s towers. Just steps away from the tower, the Romanesque Palazzo della Ragione is home to the Gallery of Modern Art. Don’t miss Hayez’ ‘Meditazione’, Dall’Oca’s ‘Foglie cadenti’ and Berladini’s ‘I vecchi’.

Shakespeare aficionados will delight in exploring the Verona of ‘Romeo and Juliet’. The most popular sight in Verona is Casa di Giulietta (Juliet’s House), near the Piazza delle Erbe, with its famous balcony overlooking a small courtyard. It doesn’t really matter that Romeo and Juliet were fictional characters and this wasn’t in fact where Juliet lived; consider it more of a ‘shrine to love’. The courtyard contains a statue of Juliet where visitors like to leave love-themed offerings and write messages on the walls, and you can also go up to the balcony for a photo. There is also a small museum inside the house where you can see the bed used in the 1968 film adaptation of the play, as well as some Renaissance frescoes.

Verona is known as a great city to shop in, and the place you will want to head to for high-end designer shopping is Via Mazzini. Connecting Piazza Bra and Piazza delle Erbe, this street is known as Verona’s ‘golden mile of shopping’, and most of the major Italian designer labels are represented here. Be sure to stop by a gelateria as you make your way around the pedestrian-only street. Corso Pora Borsari and Corso Santa Anastasia are also interesting places to shop, with their many boutiques, gift shops, and antique stores.

Veronese food is simple and hearty, and the local Veneto region wines that you will find here are robust and fruity. Rice dishes are popular in northern Italy, and Verona is no exception, so definitely try a risotto dish such as risotto al tastasal, risotto al radicchio, or risotto all’amarone. Pizza is not a local specialty, but there are many delicious and hearty pasta dishes. Bigoli, similar to spaghetti but thicker, is the signature pasta of the region, and is traditionally served with salted sardines and onions, but can also be made with a sauce of anatra (duck), asino (donkey), or cavallo (horse). Horsemeat is a very popular dish in Verona and can be ordered as bistecca di cavallo (horse steak), sfilacci (shredded and cured), or pastisada (braised). It is often accompanied by a side dish of polenta. For dessert, try the pandoro, a star-shaped cake sprinkled with sugar and served with mascarpone, chocolate, or cream.


Getting Around Verona

Unless you want to take a day trip outside of the city, driving is not recommended in Verona. The central part of this city is fairly small, so all of the sights are reachable on foot. Bikes can be rented and the city is fairly easy to navigate on bicycle, as much of the city center prohibits cars. There are also city buses. You can purchase tickets from ticket offices, newsagents, and bus drivers. It takes 10 minutes by bus to get from Verona Porta Nuova station to the Verona Arena.

Whether you are traveling for work or for pleasure, you will simply fall in love with this magical city when you arrive on business class flights to Verona. Exploring and discovering a new city is always the best when you travel in comfort and style. Make your trip unforgettable and book business class flights to Verona, and revel in all that this gorgeous Italian destination has to offer.

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