When most of us think of Verona, it’s likely to be Shakespeare’s tale of “Romeo and Juliet” that comes to mind. But there’s much more to the city than that tragic tale, including the architectural beauty that makes it so easy to imagine the whole of ... 

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4 star rating: Recommended
June 2012

Arriving by train in Verona, we expected to get on the bus at the stop at the station, but we couldn't locate it. We tried to follow the map and about an hour or more later we eventually found a stop. As we were only in Verona for the day, this cut down on our time for sightseeing. Once we got on the bus, we found the commentary very interesting and covered a lot of the sights of Verona. Due to time constraints we were only able to get off at one stop, apart from Piazza Bra. Overall ,very well worth doing.

Doing what: Verona City Hop-on Hop-off Tour

Najabat A

4 star rating: Recommended
October 2011

We enjoyed this tour because a person gets a chance to see the historic city wall, Arena, Pantheon and old chruches and cathederals. The city looks beautiful when you see from a high lookout point or driving along the river. Not to forget that this place is very famous for Romeo and Juliet. This place is worth seing particularly when you are visiting Venice. It is only one hour train ride away from Venice.

Doing what: Verona City Hop-on Hop-off Tour

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