(PRWEB UK) 9 October 2013
Citalia, the leading Italian specialist, is offering its customers the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of Shakespeare’s famous lovers. This Friday, 11 October, sees the release of a new British film adaption of the classic Romeo and Juliet love story. The 2013 remake of William Shakespeare’s famous romantic tragedy is expected to be a box office hit.
Written by the Academy Award winning creator of drama series Downton Abbey, Julian Fellowes, and directed by Carlo Carlei, this adaption uses the traditional setting of Renaissance Verona, Italy and was shot at a variety of locations including the grotto Sacro Speco in Subiaco; Mantua; Caprarola, Lazio; Cinecitta, Rome and Verona.
Unlike previous film adaptations, this version does not use Shakespeare’s traditional dialogue, instead using modern English language. Still following the play’s original story line, viewers can expect to see the focus on the Montague and Capulet families who are sworn enemies. Starring Hailee Steinfeld as Juliet and Douglas Booth as Romeo, watch as these star-crossed lovers meet and fall in love, sparking violent feuds and ending in tragedy.
This enchanting tale of forbidden love has become famous around the world. Whether you have seen previous famous adaptions including Franco Zeffirelli’s 1968 film starring Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting or Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 adaption starring Claire Danes and Leonardo DiCaprio, Julian Fellowes’ searing story of love is not to be missed.
Shakespeare’s original setting for the play is Verona and other the years, Verona has become a destination known for its romance and history. It rests on the serpentine River Adige, surrounded by green hills and orchards and is Italy’s fourth largest city. It boasts culture, art and world renowned gastronomy and with an array of charming piazza’s, palaces, castles, churches and towers, as well as being within easy reach of the stunning Italian Lakes, Verona makes the perfect romantic getaway.
Citalia, the leading Italian specialist, is offering customers great value holidays to Verona to follow in the footsteps of Romeo and Juliet. Stay three nights at the three star Hotel Giulietta e Romeo from just £249 per person. This Verona holiday is on a bed and breakfast basis and includes one free night, return flights from Gatwick with Easyjet and a saving of up to £130 per couple. Based on departures 21 November 2013.
For those looking for romance and luxury, look no further than Citalia and it's five star Verona holiday which includes a stay at the stunning Due Torri Hotel, from just £429 per person. The Due Torri Hotel is ideally situated in the heart of the medieval town and, with Citalia’s offer, customers can stay four nights on a bed and breakfast basis and save up to £140 per couple. This Verona holiday is based on 21 November 2013 departure from Gatwick with Easyjet.
Alternatively combine Verona and Lake Garda with Citalia’s exciting multi-centre holiday from just £649 per person. This holiday includes a four night stay at the four star Grand Hotel Verona on a bed and breakfast basis, one free night, seven nights half board in Lake Garda at the four star Hotel Sole, return flights from London Gatwick with British Airways and a saving of up to £345 per couple. Based on a departure date of 28 March 2014.
For more information on Citalia and current offers on Verona holidays, visit http://www.citalia.com or call an expert on 0843 770 4443.