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Watch operas, rock concerts or theater events in the same historic stadium where Roman gladiators once battled to the death.
Profess your love beneath Juliet’s balcony at this historic home, said to have once belonged to the star of Shakespeare’s classic love story.
Come to this lively city square to shop at the daily market or dine in some of the best restaurants in Verona.
Roman Theater is a favorite theater with a rich history in Verona. Take in the renowned opera while you're in the area.
These funerary monuments give you an idea of the wealth and power of the noble Scaliger family, who ruled as the Lords of Verona in the 13th and 14th centurie
For some of the best views over Verona, head up the hill to the castle that stands on the site where the city was founded.
Spend a day away from metropolitan Milan and head north to Verona and the stunning scenery of Lake Garda. As the setting of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Verona possesses a romantic vibe few cities can rival.
Shakespeare had good reason to choose Verona as the setting for his great romance, Romeo and Juliet, and you can see this city of great beauty and drama for yourself. This full-day trip from Venice shows you the true beauty and grandeur of the grand and famous city.
The charming sights of Verona and the beautiful areas of Amarone and Valpolicella invite you to spend a day discovering the scenic Veneto region. Taste some of the exquisite wines grown in the nearby fields and admire buildings that date back to the Roman Empire to see the region's lasting appeal.
During this passionate walking tour of Verona you'll first see some of the most important locations of the movie “Letters to Juliet”. You'll then see the famous Juliet’s Club, where volunteers reply to the thousands of letters sent to Juliet.
This experience takes place in a beautiful loft-style cooking school in Verona’s historical center. All equipment and ingredients are provided, so all you have to do is come with an appetite and eagerness to learn the secrets of Italian cuisine.
Meet the expert local food guide and begin the day with a nice espresso and pastries, then continue walking through the streets of old city to the different stops, including a real 'bottega' to taste some local cheese and salami, and homemade bread.