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Verona is a city in Veneto, northern Italy, home to approx. 265,000 inhabitants and one of the seven provincial capitals of the region. It is the second most populous municipality of the region and the third of North-East Italy (...) (from Wikipedia).


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From Trip: ski in italy
By: rbar

  • Verona Arena
  • Santa Maria in Organo
  • San Giorgio in Braida
  • Palazzo Canossa

  • Basilica di San Zeno
  • Teatro Filarmonico
From Trip: Italian Road Trip
By: TravellingMK

  • Verona Arena
  • Basilica di San Zeno
  • Scaliger Tombs
  • Verona Cathedral
  • Palazzo Canossa
From Trip: August 2014
By: Madeleine

  • Castelvecchio (Verona)
From Trip: Italy 2014
By: PW1

Day trip from Genoa

From Trip: tuscany
By: Kimjones

  • Piazza Bra
  • Castelvecchio Museum
  • Scaliger Tombs
  • Verona Arena
  • Verona Cathedral
From Trip: Switserland and Italy
By: dupendup   Moet hierna kyk!! - definatief!!
verona arena

What to do and what to see in Verona
Verona has a rich offering of monuments which absolutely merit a visit, starting with Piazza Bra, the largest piazza in the city, and where the Gran Guardia, Palazzo Barbieri, the Town Hall, and the Arena are located. The latter is the third largest in Italy after the Coliseum and the Amphitheatre of Capua.
Across from the Arena is Liston, a historic street full of restaurants and renowned cafeterias. From here, you can follow via Mazzini to get to Piazza delle Erbe,
historic seat of the Roman forum and heart of the historic centre. In
the centre stands a fountain from 14th century with a Roman statue, and
to the sides old palaces and medieval towers.
Continuing the tour of the city, passing the picturesque Ponte di Pietra, you get to the Roman Theatre and its Archaeological Museum. The theatre was built on a hill that dominates the river, while the Museum is housed in the former San Girolamo convent.
Other things to see in Verona certainly include Castelvecchio,
which sits along the River Adige with its square towers and red brick
battlement walls. This fortified castle was built in 14th century for
defence purposes, but also reflected the ambitions of the Della Scala
dynasty of Verona. It is a vast castle, impressive because of its
imposing appearance and decidedly military elements, including
drawbridges, ditches and a fortified bridge protected by a keep.
The Duomo di Verona is a
must see, its beauty will take your breath away. Its dominant style is
Roman, although it underwent renovations in Gothic and Renaissance eras.
It is striking for its two storied projecting porch, or protiro,
embellished with hunting scenes and figures of prophets.
Lastly, a visit to the Church of San Zeno is an absolute must, one of the most significant Roman basilicas in Italy.

Juliet’s House and Balcony
Not far from Piazza della Erbe is one of the most visited places in the city: the home which, according to legend, belonged to Juliet Capuleti.
At number 23, via Cappello, an impressive wrought iron gate guards the
building. Passing through it, you get to a small but very bright inner
courtyard and a bronze statue of Juliet and a stone bearing some verses
from Shakespeare's tragedy. In the front part of the house is the
balcony where the tragic Juliet stood to talk to Romeo.
Another mandatory stop on the romantic tour of the city following in the footsteps of the Shakespearian tragedy is the tomb of Juliet.
Dating to 1937, the grave of the young Capuleti is located inside the
convent of San Francesco al Corso, placed there by the director of the
Veronese museums Antonio Avena, after an empty sarcophagus of red marble
located in the garden of the former convent was, as early as the
beginning of the 19th century, believed to be the burial site of
Shakespeare's heroin.
The convent, moreover, houses the Museum of Giovanni Battista Cavalcaselle frescoes

From Trip: 2015 Europe
By: leonierobyn

2 nights

Day 1: Arrive.  Visit the old town.
Day 2: Roman arena.  House of Juliet.  Piazza Bra.
From Trip: European Tour
By: angelagorniak76

3 days
Juliet’s House (Casa di Giulietta)-3 euro
Fontana di Piazza delle Erbe
Duomo di Verona
Piazza dei Signori
Piazza delle Erbe
Porta Borsari
Roman Arena
Roman Theater and Archeological Museum



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