The Tomba di Giulietta is honestly a small underground recreation of a tomb in the courtyard of a fresco museum. Obviously Juliet is a fictional character and therefore this tomb is empty and merely a symbol for undying love and whatnot. I was told in my visit to Verona that I couldn't miss "Juliet's Tomb". I can't remember which website spoke so highly of this non-attraction otherwise I'd be sure to write them about it, because visiting this "tomb" is absolutely pointless.
Unlike the popular "Casa di Giulietta" in the central city area, the "Tomba di Giulietta" is secluded and my husband and I were the only visitors in the entire place! You must pay full admission price for the entire fresco museum and this was totally not worth it as we were solely there for the Tomb and because neither my husband or I are into historic art in the slightest. Once you wander into the courtyard and finally find the stairs down into the Tomb area (near the bust of Shakespeare), you are finally met with your goal- a small, empty, cavernous room with a fake tomb in the middle of it!
This attraction is not worth the time or the money.
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