Bachata Day 2025 Verona

🗓 When: 28th of February – 3rd of March 2025.
🌐 Where: Verona, Italy
📍 Location: Via A. Mantegna, 30, 37012 Bussolengo VR, Italy
🎟 Buy your tickets with a discount here

Don’t get confused by the name of the event,
this is a Three-day Bachata and Kizomba festival
taking place in the beautiful city of Verona, Italy.

Welcome to the 10th edition of the Bachata Day Festival.

What can you expect from this festival?

  • 40 hours of workshops with top artists such as Marco y Sara, Ataca y La Alemana..
  • 3 nights of parties
  • Shows
  • Dancers from all around the world
  • All in one venue – (book your accommodation with a discount here)
  • …and many other surprises.

Line up of artists


Ataca y La Alemana

Marco y Sara

Magda y Valeria


…and much more.


To be confirmed.

Where is the Bachata Day 2025 Verona?

The event will be organized in the amazing Verona,
if you want to find out more about the city, keep reading.

All the activities will be happening in the Montresor Hotel Tower

Via A. Mantegna, 30, 37012 Bussolengo VR, Italy

When is the Bachata Day 2025 Verona?

Pizza, Workshops and Socials – any better plan for March 2025?
🎟The festival will take place from the 28th of February to the 3rd of March 2025.

Prices for the Bachata Day 2025 Verona

FULL PASS starts from 75 EUR.
What does it include the FULL PASS?
Access to the workshops, shows and parties.

How to buy the tickets for Bachata Day 2025 Verona

Easy – you can buy tickets online.
If you want to buy tickets with a discount, you can do it here.

What to wear for the Bachata Day 2025 Verona?

With so many workshops and socials ahead of you…
you really want to feel comfortable in your feet.

Copying what Kike, Daniel and Ataca wear for the festivals, can be a good idea.
You know what?
The three of them wear the 🔥Fuego Dance shoes.

Contact and official websites

You can find more info about the festival on the official website of the event, here.

More details about buying tickets – here.

What to do in Verona

Verona is a beautiful city in northern Italy, famous for its romantic history and its bachata festival.

If you are planning to visit Verona for three days,
here are some recommendations of what to do and see in this charming place.

Day 1: Explore the historic centre of Verona and its landmarks.
Start your day at the Piazza Bra, where you can admire the stunning Arena di Verona, a Roman amphitheatre that hosts opera performances and concerts.

Then, walk along the Via Mazzini, a pedestrian street full of shops and cafes, until you reach the Piazza delle Erbe, the oldest square in Verona.

Here you can see the Torre dei Lamberti, a medieval tower that offers panoramic views of the city, and the Casa di Giulietta,
the house where Juliet from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet supposedly lived.

You can also visit the balcony where she exchanged love vows with Romeo, and even leave a note on the wall or touch her bronze statue for good luck in love.

For lunch, try some local specialities like gnocchi, risotto or polenta at one of the many restaurants around the square.

In the afternoon,
cross the Ponte Pietra, a stone bridge over the Adige River, and climb up to the Castel San Pietro, a hilltop fortress that overlooks Verona.

Enjoy the sunset from this scenic spot and take some amazing photos.

For dinner, head to Osteria al Duomo, a cosy restaurant near the Verona Cathedral that serves traditional dishes with a modern twist.

Day 2: Discover the art and culture of Verona and its surroundings.
In the morning, visit the Museo di Castelvecchio, a former castle that houses a collection of paintings, sculptures and weapons from different periods.

You can also admire the architecture of the castle itself, which was restored by the famous architect Carlo Scarpa in the 20th century.

Then, take a bus or a train to Villafranca di Verona, a small town about 15 km from Verona. Here you can visit the Museo Nicolis, a museum dedicated to cars, motorcycles and bicycles.

You can see more than 200 vintage vehicles from different countries and eras, as well as other memorabilia like cameras, typewriters and musical instruments.

For lunch, enjoy some pizza or pasta at Pizzeria da Gianni, a popular place among locals and tourists alike.

In the afternoon, return to Verona and visit the Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore, one of the finest examples of Romanesque architecture in Italy.

The church features a striking facade with a rose window and a bronze door with 48 panels depicting scenes from the Bible.

Inside, you can admire the frescoes by Giotto and Mantegna, as well as the crypt where Saint Zeno is buried.

For dinner, treat yourself to some fine dining at Ristorante 12 Apostoli, an elegant restaurant that dates back to 1722 and offers exquisite dishes based on local ingredients.

Day 3: Enjoy some nature and relaxation in Verona and its nearby areas.

In the morning, take a bike tour around Verona with Bike Experience Verona, a company that offers guided tours for all levels of cyclists.

You can choose from different routes that cover different aspects of Verona’s history, culture and landscape. You can also customize your tour according to your preferences and interests.

Along the way, you will see some hidden gems of Verona that most tourists miss, such as ancient churches, gardens and villas. You will also have some stops to taste some local products like cheese, wine and olive oil.

For lunch, stop at Trattoria al Pompiere, a family-run restaurant that serves authentic home-cooked food in a friendly atmosphere.

In the afternoon, take a short trip to Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy and one of the most beautiful places in Europe. You can enjoy some water activities like swimming, sailing or kayaking on the lake or just relax on one of its beaches.

You can also visit some of the charming towns around the lake like Sirmione, Bardolino or Malcesine.

For dinner, try some fish specialities at Ristorante La Casa degli Spiriti,
a romantic restaurant with a stunning view of Lake Garda.

Verona is a city that will enchant you with its beauty, history and culture.
Don’t miss this opportunity to experience it for yourself!

Where to stay in Verona

Here are some of the best options for accommodation in Verona:

Hotel Armando:
This cozy and elegant hotel is located in the heart of Verona, just a few minutes away from the Arena and the main attractions.

You can enjoy a comfortable room with free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and a flat-screen TV.

The hotel also offers a delicious breakfast buffet and a friendly staff that will make you feel at home.

The price for a double room is only €69 per night.

B&B La Magnolia:
If you prefer a more intimate and charming atmosphere, this bed and breakfast is the perfect choice for you.

You can stay in a spacious and bright room with a private bathroom, a balcony and a minibar.

The B&B is situated in a quiet area, but still close to the city center and the train station. You can also relax in the lovely garden or enjoy a cup of tea in the common lounge.

The price for a double room is only €55 per night.

Residence Antico San Zeno:
This residence offers you the opportunity to stay in a historic building that has been renovated with modern amenities.

You can choose from different types of apartments, all equipped with a kitchenette, a living area and a private bathroom.

The residence is located in the San Zeno district, one of the most characteristic and lively areas of Verona. You can also benefit from the free parking and the laundry service.

The price for an apartment for two people is only €49 per night.

Don’t miss this chance to dance your heart out and explore this beautiful city.
Book your accommodation now and get ready for an unforgettable experience!

Where to eat in Verona

Here are some options of restaurants for you to try local and international food after an intense night dancing.

After so much pasta, Asian or Korean flavours?
head to Nosh Verona, a cozy and modern place that serves delicious dishes like bibimbap, kimchi, and dumplings.
You can order online or dine in, and enjoy the friendly service and the great atmosphere.

If you want to taste authentic Italian pizza,
you can’t go wrong with Pizzeria da Vincenzo.

A family-run business that has been making pizzas since 1960.

You can choose from a variety of toppings and sizes, and enjoy them in a casual and lively setting. The pizzas are thin, crispy, and full of flavor.

Something lighter and healthier?
Try Focacceria La Figaccia.
A place that specializes in focaccia, a type of flatbread with various fillings.

You can find classic combinations like ham and cheese, or more creative ones like salmon and avocado. The focaccia is soft, fresh, and satisfying. 👌

If you want to try some local specialties, go to Trattoria dalla Bruna, a traditional restaurant that serves dishes like horse meat, polenta, and risotto.

The portions are generous and the prices are reasonable.
The staff is friendly and helpful, and the ambiance is cozy and rustic.

A cheese lover?, you will love Salumeria Gironda,
a specialty food market that offers a selection of cheese and salami from different regions of Italy.
You can buy them to take away or enjoy them on the spot with some bread and wine.
The view from the terrace is stunning, especially at sunset.

If you want to try something different and fun, check out Gusto Piadine e Panuozzi, a place that serves piadine and panuozzi, two types of sandwiches made with flatbread.

You can customize your own sandwich with various ingredients like mozzarella, ham, vegetables, and sauces. The sandwiches are warm, tasty, and filling.

If you have a sweet tooth, you can’t miss Gelateria La Romana Verona, a gelato shop that offers a wide range of flavours, from classic ones like chocolate and vanilla to more exotic ones like pistachio and coconut.

The gelato is creamy, smooth, and rich. You can order online or enjoy it in the shop.

These are just some of the options for you to enjoy food in Verona without spending too much money.
So don’t hesitate and book your bachata festival trip now!
You will have a blast dancing, sightseeing, and eating in this beautiful city!

Other useful information when visiting Verona

Before you pack your bags and book your tickets, there are some things you need to know about this charming Italian destination.
Here are some tips and facts that will make your trip more enjoyable and memorable.

Verona is the fourth most visited city in Italy, after Rome, Venice and Florence.
It has a population of about 260,000 people and it is located in the Veneto region, in the northeast of the country.

The currency in Verona is the euro (EUR), which is the same as in most of the European Union countries. You can exchange your money at banks, post offices, hotels or authorized exchange offices.

The plug type in Verona is type F, which has two round pins and a hole for the socket’s male earthing pin.
The standard voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz.
You may need an adapter or a converter if your devices have a different plug type or voltage.

Verona has one international airport, called Verona Villafranca Airport (VRN), also known as Valerio Catullo Airport or Villafranca Airport.
It is located 10 km (6.2 mi) southwest of the city center and it serves several domestic and European destinations.

You can reach the city from the airport by bus, taxi or car rental.

The bus service is operated by ATV (Azienda Trasporti Verona) and it runs every 20 minutes from 6:10 am to 11:30 pm.

The bus stop is outside the arrivals hall and the ticket costs 6 EUR. The journey takes about 15 minutes and the bus stops at Verona Porta Nuova railway station, which is the main train station in the city.

From there, you can take another bus, a taxi or walk to your accommodation.

A taxi ride from the airport to the city center costs about 25-30 EUR and takes about 10 minutes, depending on traffic.
You can find taxis outside the arrivals hall or book one in advance.

If you prefer to drive yourself, you can rent a car at the airport from one of the several car rental companies available.

The airport is connected to the city by the A4 Milan-Venice and A22 Modena-Brenner motorways.

Verona is famous for being the setting of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, but there is much more to discover in this city than just a balcony and a statue.

Verona has a rich history, culture and art that date back to Roman times.

You can admire its stunning architecture, monuments and museums, such as the Arena di Verona, a Roman amphitheater that hosts opera performances and concerts.

Verona is also a great place to enjoy some delicious food and wine.

You can taste some of the local specialties, such as risotto all’amarone, gnocchi di malga , polenta e osei , pandoro and tiramisu.

You can also sip some of the famous wines produced in the nearby Valpolicella region, such as Amarone, Recioto, Ripasso and Valpolicella Classico.

Verona is waiting for you with its charm, beauty and passion.

Don’t miss this opportunity to dance bachata,
in one of the most romantic cities in the world.

FAQ Bachata Day 2025 Verona

When is the Bachata Day 2025 Verona?

The festival will take place from the 28th of February to the 3rd of March 2025.

Where is the Bachata Day 2025 Verona?

The event will be organized in the amazing Verona, if you want to find out more about the city, keep reading. All the activities will be happening in the Montresor Hotel Tower Address: Via A. Mantegna, 30, 37012 Bussolengo VR, Italy

How much does the Bachata Day 2025 Verona cost?

Prices start from 75EUR for the Full Pass.

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