- Address: Via della Costa, 1, Piazza delle Erbe, Verona 37121, Italy
- Hours: Open June-Sept: Mon 1:45pm-7:30pm; Tues-Sun 9:30am-7:30pm (last admission 30 min. before closing). Closed Oct-May.
- Admission: Admission by lift/on foot €3/2
The tower was built to keep an eye on Verona and warn the city of impending disasters such as fire or attacks by the Venetians. Two bells were installed in the tower: the smaller, the Marangona, was used for fire alerts; the larger, the Rengo, was used to call the citizens to arms or to call the city council to meetings. Unfortunately, the Venetians got control of Verona anyway but the views from the tower make having built it still worthwhile.
Tours & Tickets
Discover Verona with your local guide. Follow the footprints left by Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and be drawn in by this fascinating city.
Location: Verona, Italy
Duration: 90 minutes (approx.)