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Piazza dei Signori

1,187 Reviews

Piazza dei Signori

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Verona’s pretty streets and bridges are best seen by bicycle, so you can cover plenty of ground and still take time to soak up the romantic, Shakespeare-worthy atmosphere. On this tour, leave the navigation to your guide as you stop at Verona’s main sites—including Juliet’s house—and pedal through the city’s impressive UNESCO historic center. Along the way, your guide tells you about the city’s history, art, and culture.
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Erika wrote a review Sep 2020
Caracas, Venezuela8,767 contributions345 helpful votes
This square is really pretty and sorrounded by many important buildings and churches. You will find there many restaurants and bars
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Sara H wrote a review Feb 2020
Melbourne, Australia680 contributions195 helpful votes
Very close to piazza della Erbe, this piazza was the power centre of Verona and is also known as Piazza Dante. The figures atop the surrounding palazzos represent worthy Veronese citizens. It’s close to the Scaligeri tombs and is surrounded by restaurants.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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greenmind0428 wrote a review Dec 2019
College Park, Maryland403 contributions17 helpful votes
Beautiful square with some very impressive Venetian architecture. But what set this square apart on our visit was the Christmas market. It was the perfect blend of craft stalls and drinking opportunities (with the most adorable little mug available). Having also been to the markets in Graz and Vienna on the same trip, this one was actually better than all but a couple of them. Even a foreboding statue of Dante can not ruin the winter fun.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Brian M wrote a review Nov 2019
Oxford, United Kingdom559 contributions144 helpful votes
The Piazza dei Signori is next to the Piazza delle Erbe so you may be forgiven for not being aware that you have walked ito it from the Piazza delle Erbe. Definitely worth seeing.
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Date of experience: August 2019
PaulB wrote a review Oct 2019
Maastricht, The Netherlands2,147 contributions555 helpful votes
The Piazza dei Signori, also known as Piazza Dante, is perhaps the most beautiful square in Verona and is almost next to the equally famous Piazza delle Erbe. The Piazza dei Signori used to be the absolute center of power in Verona. You can still see the remains of it today: the buildings around the square used to serve as a court and headquarters of the then ruling della Scala family. In the middle of the square there is a statue of the Italian writer Dante Alighieri. This large statue has dominated Piazza dei Signori since 1865 and is also the origin of its nickname, Piazza Dante. Another important building is the Loggia del Consiglio. It was built in the 15th century and served as a meeting place for the then city council. It was also built right in front of the Palazzo del Capitano, the place from which Venice exercised its power over Verona.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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