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Verona is the most romantic town in Italy. It’s where Shakespeare’s tragic love story Romeo and Juliet takes place. For those who are fans, there is nothing better than visiting the 14th-century palace with the famous balcony.
If you have extra time, don’t miss the marvelous Roman amphitheatre, where in summer months they have opera performances.

Nestled on a U bend on the Adige River, Verona is one of the most important cities in the Veneto region of Italy and is famed for its historical centre and myriad of stunning buildings and architecture.

About halfway between Milan and Venice, Verona is one of Italy's most popular cities for tourists, who revel in its art, architecture, opera, and literary fame.
It lies in the sweeping S-curve of the River Adige as it emerges from the Alps.
Verona's Centro Storico, the historic center, where you'll find most of the attractions, is linked with the left bank neighborhoods by ten bridges.
Because Verona is so often overshadowed by its glamorous neighbor, Venice, tourists often try to see it in one day, but there are so many things to do here that you'll want to spend longer in this charming city.

Verona is the second largest city in the region behind Venice.
In 89 BC, Verona became a Roman settlement and held an important position in Northern Italy as it was located at the intersection of two important roads.

The beautiful town of Verona, northern Italy, has been a tourist destination for years, with Goethe and Mozart naming it as a holiday hotspot.
With the temperate weather and gorgeous architecture, it is an ideal place to spend a few days relaxing and taking in the sights.
The center of town itself is compact and walkable, with barely any need to take public transport.
Piazza delle Erbe Juliet’s Balcony Arena Teatro Romano Castelvecchio Giardino Giusti Torre dei Lamberti Shopping in the Centro Storico Castel St Pietro Piazza dei Signori.

Best known for its Shakespeare associations, Verona attracts a multinational gaggle of tourists to its pretty piazzas and knot of lanes, most in search of Romeo, Juliet and all that.
But beyond the heart-shaped kitsch and Renaissance romance, Verona is a bustling centre, its heart dominated by a mammoth, remarkably well-preserved 1st-century amphitheatre, the venue for the city's annual summer opera festival.
A sightseeing tour of Verona and its territory will be an unforgettable experience.

With the Arena behind you in Piazza Brà, head along Via Anfiteatro.
The popular, though not necessarily authentic, House of Juliet is on the left in Via Cappello, which continues on to the magnificent, adjoining squares of Piazza Erbe and Piazza dei Signori, the hubs of medieval Veronese commerce.
Head north-west, past the church of Sant’Anastasia with Pisanello’s fresco of St George and the Princess, to the café-filled bend in the river Adige and the city’s oldest bridge, the Ponte di Pietra.

Città con oltre due millenni di storia, Verona è oggi il secondo centro del Veneto per vivacità e consistenza delle sue attività economiche, oltre ad essere una frequentata meta turistica internazionale.
Favorita dalla sua collocazione geografica, essa aveva probabilmente già un suo nucleo reto-etrusco ed euganeo, ma le prime notizie certe risalgono al IV secolo a.C.
In epoca romana fu un centro politico e commerciale di prima grandezza (già dal I sec a.C.), di cui ancora oggi rimangono tracce fastose, come testimonia ad esempio la celebre Arena, simbolo della città. Fu inoltre, prima di Pavia, capitale del Regno Longobardo.

Verona, nota ai più per aver accolto la drammatica storia d'amore dei shakespeariani Romeo e Giulietta, è tanto altro.
Il suo centro storico è stato dichiarato Patrimonio dell'Umanità dall'Unesco per la sua architettura e per la struttura urbana, romantica e affascinante, con i suoi sette ponti sul fiume Adige.
Dalla famosa Arena alla romanica Basilica di san Zeno, dalla casa di Giulietta al Castelvecchio...

La vostra visita non può che cominciare da Piazza Bra che ospita il simbolo di Verona per eccellenza: l'Arena, il terzo anfiteatro romano più grande d'Italia, dopo il Colosseo e l’Anfiteatro di Capua. Passeggiando per la piazza non perdete Palazzo Barbieri, sede del comune di Verona. 

Raggiungete Piazza delle Erbe, è un gioiello nel gioiello; fu realizzata sull'antico impianto del foro romano ed è ricca di testimonianze medievali. Tra le costruzioni più belle che affacciano sulla piazza ci sono Palazzo Maffei, la Casa dei Giudici e le Case dei Mazzanti, un gruppo di abitazioni dipinte.
In piazza delle Erbe troverete anche il Mercato più grande della città.


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