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Once in Verona you will have to face the hardest choices: where to go and what to see? Choose wisely between the homes of Romeo and Juliet, castles, bridges and medieval fortifications, the Roman amphitheater known as the Arena, the main squares as Piazza Bra, Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza dei Signori, the museums that host exhibitions of ancient or modern art, as Palazzo della Gran Guardia or Castelvecchio, and don’t forget to step up… and visit Castel San Pietro: the view over the city will take your breath away.

Follow our lead, and you will have the time of your life in Verona!

Arena and Piazza Bra
Dating from the 1st century AD, the Arena of Verona represents one of the most exceptional examples in the world …
Romeo & Juliet
If you come to Verona, we advise you to plan a pilgrimage to the most iconic places of “Romeo and …
Piazza delle Erbe
The most appreciated feature of Piazza delle Erbe is the monuments, palaces, and patrician houses that embellish its perimeter like …
Piazza dei Signori
Located just a few steps from Romeo’s and Juliet’s House, Stone Bridge, and New Bridge. The most fascinating buildings that alternate …
Museo di Castelvecchio
If you are an estimator of the Italian and European Medieval, Renaissance or Gothic-Baroque architecture, art and sculpture, we highly …
Palazzo Gran Guardia
Located in Piazza Bra, beyond the gardens that separate it from the Arena, Palazzo della Gran Guardia is an architectural …
Castel San Pietro
Castel San Pietro is a fortified construction built on the homonymous hill, overlooking the city of Verona. Due to its privileged …
Verona Fairground
A state-of-the-art exhibition center: 309,000 square meters of a total exhibition area (equally divided between external and internal areas) 13 …
Around Verona
Everything you need to make your stay in Verona unforgettable is already at your disposal, but if you are ready …