Verona

Things To Do & Attractions in Verona

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Juliet’s House (Casa di Giulietta)

The power of storytelling should never be underestimated. Every year hundreds of thousands of us trek to Verona to see the balcony where Juliet stood while ...  Read more

Fontana di Piazza delle Erbe

Verona's Piazza delle Erbe was once a Roman marketplace and continues its trading function with stalls of fruit, vegetables and herbs (hence the name), tourist ...  Read more

Lamberti Tower (Torre dei Lamberti)

At the heart of Verona is the Piazza delle Erbe and at the heart of this piazza is the Torre dei Lamberti. Rising high above the square, the narrow tower dates ...  Read more

San Zeno Maggiore Church

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The striking church of San Zeno Maggiore has two claims to fame: firstly for the fact that its crypt is the legendary setting of the marriage of Romeo and ...  Read more

Piazza Brà

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Piazza Bra, Verona’s largest piazza, is also among the largest in Italy. Today, the piazza is the heart of Verona, anchored by some of the city’s most famous ...  Read more

Castelvecchio Museum

What do you do with an historic castle that has been half destroyed during centuries of wars and retaliations? It's a question often faced in Italy and they've ...  Read more

Duomo di Verona

The 12th century cathedral was built on top of a pre-existing medieval church which was destroyed by an earthquake in 1117. The facade is Romanesque with ...  Read more

Piazza dei Signori

The civic and political heart of Verona is the Piazza dei Signori where the former city hall, the Loggia del Consiglio, still graces the square. Next door, the ...  Read more

Piazza delle Erbe

Piazza delle Erbe is the central square in Verona. The name translates to Square of Herbs and is the site of the local market. It has been the center of ...  Read more

Ponte Pietra

With a history dating back more than 2,000 years, the Ponte Pietra (Stone Bridge) is deserving of its status as one of Verona’s most memorable landmarks. The ...  Read more

Porta Borsari

All that remains of this entranceway to the Roman city, this double arched gate is still mighty impressive with its height and double story of windows. Built ...  Read more

Roman Theater and Archeological Museum

Not satisfied with having a Roman amphitheater, Verona also has a Roman theater which is even older, dating from 1AD. Beautifully situated next to the River ...  Read more

Sant'Anastasia

Designed by two Dominican friars, the church of Sant’Anastasia is Verona’s largest church and one of the best examples of Gothic brick architecture. ...  Read more

Scaliger Tombs (Arche Scaligere)

With their looming gothic spires and elaborate sarcophagi standing proud in the courtyard of the Santa Maria Antica church, the much-photographed Scaliger ...  Read more

Soave

As a small walled village in the Veneto region, Soave has earned a reputation for producing some of the best white wine in Italy. Once a Roman hub on the road ...  Read more

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