The romantic World Heritage-listed city's most popular attraction had been defaced as a result of tattered scraps of paper and hardened blobs of gum causing the unsightly mess.
The new decree, drawn up by Verona city council, prohibits chewing gum and adhesive Post-it notes from being stuck on the walls. The consumption of food and drink in the courtyard of the famous house will also be banned.
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The museum is open from 9.30am to 6pm daily with late night openings until 9.45pm on Thursdays.
You can buy tickets online or at the museum on the day.
Hotel Le Bristol, on the elegant rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, is decorated in pure XVIIIth century style. It has won a vast array of awards for its impeccable service: in September 2014 it was named top Parisian hotel by Conde Nast Traveller and in July it was voted France's leading hotel at the World Travel Awards. "Every aspect of our time at Le Bristol was perfect," says one Tripadvisor reviewer. From 1,000 Euros per night.
Services at the luxurious Hôtel Plaza Athénée include lots of over-the-top goodies, including a collection of Plaza Athénée Red Line gifts, an exclusive door knob from the Plaza Athénée collection, a menu from which you can choose the pillow best suited to your sleeping style, a takeaway cake and pastry service and a gym with your own personal trainer. From 1,095 Euros.
A welcome green oasis in a buzzing city, the Saint James Paris is part of Paris' most upscale neighbourhood and prides itself on being the only chateau-hotel in the capital. This place gets rave reviews, including one which simply says: 'Beyond belief!!" The residence is surrounded by private gardens and offers tailored services to each guest. From 445 Euros per night.
Poised, polished, sumptuous and welcoming, this is a real favourite with its regulars: it welcomes everyone from A listers to families (it has a particularly good reputation for catering for its younger guests). The Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris is a magnificent eight-storey building with an exquisite art collection, decadent fine dining and personal service. "My only wish is that my budget would allow me to move in," says one reviewer. From 1,350 Euros per night.
Hotel de l'Abbaye Saint-Germain, in Saint-Germain-des-Pres, is a peaceful hotel which offers a pleasant contrast to this famously lively part of Paris. This three-star comfortable, private lounges where you can relax in peace away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Many reviewers comment on its outstanding service and amenities. From 270 Euros per night.
Hotel Fouquet's Barriere, right by the Champs Elysees, has 81 bedrooms, including 33 suites and a dedicated butler service. It has won awards as Europe's leading city hotel for two years running at the World Travel Awards. The hotel also features five restaurants and 3 bars for varying experiences. Reviewers single it out for its location and high levels of personal service. From 1,140 Euros per night.
This contemporary hotel draws decorative and ornamental inspiration from the industrial past of the Oberkampf district. The design features brick-built walls, unconcealed supporting structures and immense windows allowing plenty of natural light in. The hotel boasts 33 "ultra-comfortable" rooms in a modern setting and is singled out for its great service and value for money. From 184 Euros per night.
La Maison Favart is steeped in history and showcases a new angle on a classic 18th century style. Quirky, opulent and truly individual, this place is a feast for the eyes and is conveniently situated opposite the Opera Comic, with which it shares a fascinating past. From 180 Euros per night.
Le Six is a small boutique hotel conveniently located in the heart of the Left Bank Paris and within easy walking distance from the Jardins de Luxembourg. Reviewers rave about the helpful staff here, as well as the convenient but quiet location. From 284 Euros per night.
The elegant Shangri-La Hotel is the former home of Napoleon Bonaparte’s grandnephew, Prince Roland Bonaparte. You are guaranteed to receive the royal treatment at this luxurious hotel with stunning views of the Eiffel Tower and the River Seine and a lovely rooftop bar. From 1,150 Euros per night.