Introducing Verona

For romantics, the Veneto region never seems to disappoint. With Venice as its capital and Verona as the famous setting for Romeo and Juliet, it’s easy to see why this is the place for lovers. The city of Verona may have been written into the fictional world of Shakespeare but the city’s old architecture, Medieval castles and Gothic Churches ooze a romance of their own. If you’re a lover of art, history or architecture, Verona really with charm and inspire you. And serving as the gateway to the Adige River valley or to the Lake Garda area, you’ll be able to enjoy both the urban and rural charm of this Northern Italian region. For foodies in search of authenticity, you’ll be spoiled for choice in this city and atmosphere never disappoints.

Highlights of Verona

Piazza delle Erbe
The main square in Verona market stalls, monuments and restaurants.
Visit this striking castle from the Middle Ages, constructed during the Scaliger Dynasty.
Basilica of San Zeno
A beautiful church which played an important part in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Scaliger Tombs
These tombs are a group of five Gothic funerary monuments – a must see for history lovers.
Torre dei Lamberti
A spectacular Medieval bell tower with a great viewpoint at the top.
Castelvecchio Bridge
An iconic bridge that was constructed in 1354 and was the largest of its kind during that period.
Lake Garda
Enjoy an excursion to the beautiful Lake Garda located just over an hour away from the city.

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