Piazza Bra in Verona Italy is beautiful. The streets are clean, safe and the fountain in the center is so pretty. The shops and restaurants are great, and close to everything.
It was a great day we spent there, the guide that helped us was informative and the important thing about her that she was helpful in a short notice, with an affordable price, it really worth to call her if your looking for a good guide in verona. Call Lorella Mostacchi from the website : aguideinverona.com or call +39 348... More
Beautiful location for a glass of wine or a full meal just outside the arena. Great for people watching. We took respite from a rainstorm & enjoyed a lovely meal.
There's nothing better than sitting in a cafe on Piazza Bra in the shadow of the Amphitheater in the rain and watching the world go by, Stylish cafes, great little farmers market, amazing architecture and stunning Italian coffees and cocktails. Make the most of a few hours here...
Piazza Bra is quite large but offers opportunities to take a respite for awhile. I'm sure that it could be very crowded at certain times of the year. At a "Piazza-side" restaurant for a meal, a gelato to take away and enjoy or just to sit in the small park on the grass, Piazza Bra was lovely. With the Arena... More
It is one of the most beautiful and breathtaking places in the world........ The piazza is lined with cafes and restaurants. There are many significant buildings within and around Bra. Bra is still used for various festivities and the summer opera season. The heart of the Verona beats in Piazza Bra. I'm impressed...wonderful, absolutely amazing!!!!!
Lots of restaurants around this Piazza, once was an old Roman landfill! The old roman arena is right in the center, and the Austrian troops used to practice drills here as well.. Now Roman gladiators and the Statue of liberty compete for tourists attention. The old city gates circle this area and the shopping district runs off the northern side!
If you have a chance to enjoy a once in a lifetime experience (that we did twice) of seeing an opera in the Arena in Verona, make certain to allow enough time to walk around Piazza Bra, people watching and interacting with other opera goers. The ancient arena in one direction, city wall the other, lots of cafes for prosecco... More
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