Verona may be most famous as the setting of many of Shakespeare's plays - most notably Romeo & Juliet - but this Italian city has more to offer than its literary heritage alone.
History buffs shouldn't miss a trip to the ancient Roman arena here, while the romantic terracotta-topped roofs and charming Mediterranean architecture is sure to charm all who stroll the enchanting streets. No wonder, then, that the city is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Yet there is a more contemporary, cosmopolitan side to Verona too, something you're sure to find on a luxury city break here. Great food, buzzing nightlife and opera in a 2000-year-old arena are just a few highlights.