Our licensed guide will take you on a journey through time, from the Romans to the Middle Age. From the Arena, the most famous amphitheater built more than 2000 years ago and still in use today for international opera performances and concerts, to the Tombe Scaligere, commemoration of the Scaliger family who ruled Verona in the 13th-14th century.Immerse yourself in today’s life: visit Piazza delle Erbe, setting of many historic buildings, sculptures but also of a colorful market overflowing with fresh fruits and vegetable, and Piazza dei Signori, hub of the University crowd at night.Verona is of course well known also for its Shakespeare associations, for the tragic love between Romeo and Juliet. End your tour by the famous balcony and read the wishes of the lovers who left a love note pinned to the wall of Juliet’s house. If you feel particular inspired and you are single, you can also declaim the famous “ O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo? “, he might be hiding in Verona.