Famous for its romantic, Shakespearean associations, and also home to Roman-era ruins, Verona offers visitors a variety of attractions to discover. On this introductory walking tour, you’ll be given the perfect overview of its key sights, from Juliet’s House and the Piazza Bra (home to a Roman amphitheater) to the subterranean Scavi Scaligeri ruins. As you go, listen to your guide and learn all about Verona’s wealth of history.
Discover many of Verona’s key landmarks in the space of a single tour
A walking tour lets you get up close and personal with the sights
Learn all about Verona’s long history from your guide
The only I gave this tour 2 stars is because we did not exactly know where to meet and the Piazza Bra. So we found an English group by the statue, right time we stood with the group no one asked for a receipt so we thought we were with the right get group and only half way thru we found out this was a Danish group and asked us to leave. We never did find our group. I would ask that they have better instructions for meeting.
We had a great time on this tour. Katia spelling? was our guide and she was wonderful. The tour ended up being only my husband and I, but we loved it this way even the better. Katia showed us the main points and took us to see ruins below the city level under places we would have never imagined. She also recommended places to eat to try the local food and to experience more of the ruins my husband and I love to try different foods from around the world.
The only thing we did not understand, and neither did our tour guide, was why Viator stated a dress code on the voucher for no jeans or tennis shoes - as much as I love to dress up, I cannot imagine walking through cobble stones wearing nice shoes and not hurting at the end of the day. However, this issue is not with the tour guide or the tour company but with Viator. They need to review their dress code guidelines. Unless the tour involves a church, then I do not understand the need for a dress code.