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Verona Attractions

Made famous as the setting of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Verona boasts a long history that eclipses thestar-crossed lovers' tale. Once a Roman colony in the first century BC, the city is packed with well-preserved Classicalstructures and architecture that have earned it the title of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Be drawn in by the Verona Arena, a Romanamphitheater that still hosts performances today, and stay for the delicious cuisine and wine that can be found on every citystreet. Romantics are sure to be enchanted by the House of Juliet and the gently rolling hills of the wine country that sits justoutside Verona. Fill your itinerary with historic sights to see and charming things to do while taking in the age-old and artisticatmosphere of fair Verona.

Areas & Neighborhoods in Verona

Verona is the third largest municipality in northeast Italy, situated around the curving banks of the Adige River. Along withthe many historic attractions within the city itself, the picturesque landscapes that surround Verona are worth exploring.

Historic Verona - The historic district of Verona, home to its most famous Roman remains, is nestled in thebend of the Adige and was originally enclosed by Roman city walls. The district is centered around the Piazza Bra, the largestpiazza in the city. Visit the Roman amphitheater of Verona Arena, the Castelvecchio castle, Piazza delle Erbe, and the magnificentVerona Cathedral (Duomo di Verona).

Lake Garda - Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy, and its natural beauty makes it one of the most popularholiday destinations in the country. Hiking and walking paths wind through the emerald-covered mountains that border the lake, showing off the lovely landscapes of Verona's countryside and the charming towns on Garda's shores.

Valpolicella - Valpolicella, the viticultural zone (wine country) of Verona, is famous for its wine production.The area's vintages are typically made from the Corvina Veronese, Rondinella, and Molinara grape varieties, but Valpolicella isalso known for its recioto dessert wine and strong Amarone. Explore the region and its historic vineyards on foot or aboard a Vespafor a quintessential Italian experience.

What to See in Verona

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Verona is packed with historic sights dating as far back as the Roman Empire. The VeronaArena, the third largest Roman amphitheater in Italy, was built in the 1st century and is still used to host large-scale operas andconcerts. Stroll through the Piazza delle Erbe, the town’s main forum during the Roman Empire, which is now lined by the frescoedMazzanti Houses and dotted with elaborate statues and fountains. Venture into Verona's religious history with visits to theVerona Cathedral and the Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore, also known as the Romeo and Juliet Church.

Sightseeing in Verona

Verona lives up to its romantic reputation, and visitors can see many of the real-life sites used in Shakespeare's Romeo andJuliet. You can visit the House of Juliet, or Casa di Giulietta, which was once occupied by the Capuleti family and dates back tothe 13th century. The house's courtyard features the famous balcony where Juliet was called to by Romeo, as well as a statue ofJuliet that's said to bring good luck to couples. The Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore, a Romanesque church that was rebuilt afteran earthquake in 1117, is also known as the "Romeo and Juliet Church," as the play's wedding is said to have occurredin the basilica's crypt. Fall in love with the food and wine of Verona, as the city is known for its mouthwatering cheeses andrich meats as well as robust and fruity wines that pair perfectly with any meal. You can also indulge like a local with a spritz, awine-based cocktail popular in Verona. For a taste of Verona's thriving artistic culture, attend the Arena di Verona Festival,a summer celebration of opera where huge performances are staged in the famous Verona Arena. Verona is also close enough for easyday trips to Milan, Venice, or Lake Garda, making it a convenient and relaxing place to stay.

Things to Do in Verona with Kids

There are plenty of unforgettable experiences in Verona that the entire gang will enjoy. These are a few of the most popular family friendly experiences in the area.

Free Things to Do in Verona

Sightseeing on a lean budget in Verona? Spend time instead of money on great experiences.

Operaforte - This is an ideal place to get your culture fix and gain an insight into the local arts scene.

University of Verona - This well-known landmark is an unique backdrop for that vacation profile pic.

Verona City Hall - Feel like you've traveled back in time while discovering the secrets of this historic site.

Piazza Bra - This bustling location is a popular rendezvous point for both locals and visitors.

Biblioteca Civica - Dig out your guidebook and learn why this place is worth adding to your must-see list.

S. Pietro Incarnario - Enjoy a little quiet contemplation and discover a thing or two about this site's spiritual significance.

Giardini Pubblici Arsenale - Revitalize your mind and soul by spending a little time with Mother Nature.

Explore The Neighborhoods of Verona

Verona City Centre

Historic sites, cafés, and museums highlight some of the noteworthy features of Verona City Centre. Make a stop by Verona Arena or Juliet's House while you're exploring the neighborhood.


Citta Antica

Follow the path of the Adige River, as it bends its way around the old town quarter where Shakespeare and the Romans made their mark.


Borgo Roma

Borgo Roma is noteworthy for its coffeehouses, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Centro Commerciale Adigeo and Santa Teresa Park.

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Unique features of Cittadella include the historic sites and museums. Make a stop by Porta Nuova or Juliet's Tomb while you're exploring the area.


Borgo Venezia

Leafy squares and parks, quaint houses with flower-filled balconies and an easygoing atmosphere create a village-like feel in this neighborhood set outside Verona’s ancient city walls.


San Michele

The bars and shopping are a few reasons travelers visit San Michele. Want to see more of the surrounding area? Juliet's House and Verona Arena are a few top sights nearby.


Frequently Asked Questions

What to do in Verona on a sunny day?

Enjoy the great weather (and get a little exercise too) with these outdoor experiences:

What to do in Verona on a rainy day?

Throw yourself into some of these inviting indoor activities and turn a miserable, rainy day into something unforgettable:

What is Verona famous for?

Verona Arena lives up to its reputation as a local icon that you can't miss.

What should I not miss in Verona?

If you want to see the best of this place, add these sights to your itinerary:

  • Juliets House
  • Piazza delle Erbe
  • Roman Theater
  • Castelvecchio

Are there cheap things to do in Verona?

Keep more of your hard-earned dollars in your wallet with these cheap and fun things to do:

What can you do in Verona for free?

You could put your wallet in the hotel safe for the day, because these terrific attractions won't cost you a penny:

  • Piazza delle Erbe
  • Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore
  • Piazza dei Signori
  • Piazza Bra