= Matching your criteria
= Not matching showhide
We help you find the most suitable hotel for you. Our hotel search provides you with tools usually available for professionals only. See hotels on a map and don't miss our great offers!
Check availability and find great offers!
No dates, just browse hotels
Specify facilities Hotel CriteriaBudget unspecified (showing all) Stars unspecified (showing all)
I love to see the available hotels on the map. I move and zoom the map a lot. It's so easy to filter out the hotels that are too far from my preferred location. I also like seeing the hotel prices at a glance on the map markers.
This hotel booking tool has saved me both a lot of time and money.
Thanks for a cool new way of booking hotels! On our family trips, we are used to filter the hotels based on our budget. Now we can quickly see the hotels that offer the best deals and that are conveniently located close by the most interesting sights.
The prices on TripSay are always great.
I found a hotel quickly using the advanced filters. Booking the hotel was easy and straight-forward.
I require a wi-fi, non-smoking room and location near the airport or main railway station. Finally it's easy to find a hotel that suits me. I recommend this tool to other travelers as well.
Salo, Italy by Lago di Garda might have been one of the most silent towns I've visited. No doubt, during summer time there is hustle and bustle but in January the place was super quiet. Very idyllic nevertheless. My first rendezvous with Lake Garda.
Did you know that violin was invented in Italy, on the shores of Lago di Garda? That's what Gasparo's statue told me!
Let's meet in Verona, the monumental, romantic and beautiful city. At the Hotel Fiera in Verona you will have a special stay. The Hotel Fiera is situated in the Verona fair quarter, in front of the exhibitors entrance and only 2 km from the city center. A perfect location for business travel or for a short stay with relax and sightseeing in Verona and the region Veneto. The rooms are large and comfortable.
Verona is one my favorite Italian towns. It's a compact town with lots of things to see, from the art gallery in the castle to the amphitheater. Even the Romeo and Juliet's house was quite fun because of all the action and scribbled notes on the wall. And I guess rubbing Juliet's right breast - as per the tradition - has brought me a lot of luck in love.. :-P
The whole Verona is like made for shopping. Only problem is that you need quite a lot of money, if you want to buy anything! I hade only one day time in Verona and I managed to visit like half of the boutiques. So be prepared with lot of time and lots of money :D
If you take the #1 bus from the train station, it will take you to the center of town where the roman ampitheatre and main piazza are. The tip about the #1 bus going to the city center (centro citta) is true of most Italian cities.
The winding road up to Madonna di Campiglio goes through a number of pictoresque villages. So it would be good idea to go both ways during daylight. Driving the road in the dark was not much fun.