Casa di Giulietta

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Casa di Giulietta
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GBJ-Cookies
South Shields, UK1,402 contributions
Set down a side street just a couple of minutes walk from the main square this is a must visit on any trip to Verona.
When we arrived there was a huge throng of tourists from all over the world.
For €7 you can enter the house, a kind of small Museum, but let's face it the main reason is to stand on the world famous balcony.
In the courtyard and also in the house you can write your letter to Juliet and post it in the mailbox.
There is a statue of Juliet where myth has it gentlemen should rub her left breast to bring luck in finding love.
In the gift shop they sell lovelock's which can be placed with the others on the wall and if you feel inclined you can leave your message in bubblegum or write your message on the graffiti wall.
All in all well worth an hour of your time in Verona.
Written June 1, 2022
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PavlaPavla
Chrudim, Czech Republic5,776 contributions
I would say that anyone who didn't see the balcony of the legendary Juliet hasn't been to Verona. The small courtyard where the statue of Juliet is located and where you can see the balcony from which she talked to Romeo is free to enter. If you want to go in to Julia's house and step on the legendary balcony, you need to buy a ticket.
Julia's statue is very pretty and tourists like taking pictures with her.

Our guide told us that the walls of this courtyard used to be covered with messages from lovers. Today there are none (probably it is prohibited), but people write messages on the walls of other houses in the area.
Written July 24, 2022
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Anthony Barbera
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Friends
So a statute of Juliet is located in the courtyard of the Museum. You do not need to buy a Museum ticket to visit the courtyard however the lines can be long to visit due to COVID mitigation efforts. I would say not to bother with this attraction if the line is greater than 20 minutes long. Also note you can no longer post a love note on the walls of the courtyard.
Written August 18, 2021
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KW1975
Chesterfield, UK265 contributions
Had to visit this attraction while on a day trip to Verona. Queued for about 20 minutes due to Covid and limiting the amount of people who could go in.

While it was nice to tick this off the list of places to see, it isn't anything special. Was hard to take a photo of the balcony itself, as there's always someone posing for pictures. After about 20+ attempts, I finally managed it.

While it's a tradition to touch the statue of Juliet, understandably this wasn't allowed and security were discouraging people from doing so.
Written October 11, 2020
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Reservoirboy
Richmond, Australia1,662 contributions
Couples
A very small courtyard of supposedly Juliet's house crowded even at 9am. You can pay extra to go in and get a photo on the balcony or be content with the many people touching the breast of Juliet's statue. Luckily it's in the heart of town so we didn't waste time travelling there.
Written January 5, 2020
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JEP01
Cambridge115 contributions
Having read other reviews, we almost gave this a miss. We are so glad we didn't. We were lucky - probably because we were at the house early (before 9.30) - the place was quiet and there was no queuing to get the obligatory photo with the statue of Juliet. It's true that there isn't much in the house itself, but we rather enjoyed walking through the uncrowded rooms getting a feel of the place. There was also no queue to go on to the famous balcony and we didn't feel rushed at all with a charming member of staff offering to take a photo for us.
Written July 6, 2022
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chris2pherwong
Canton of Zug, Switzerland411 contributions
Couples
Although Covid had reduced the number of tourists there is always a queue at this most famous tourist attraction. We came here after a freak storm because the queue was small. Basically it was just a statue of Juliette and you have about a minute or so to take pictures with her. Her right bosom is shinier because many people tend to touch and rub it but the guard this time forbade such lascivious acts. There was scaffolding behind the statue. To be honest, it was nothing special.
Written September 4, 2020
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Amy
28 contributions
Friends
Only worth a look if you’re passing by, don’t make a special visit just for this. We didn’t go inside, just stood in the yard and looked at the balcony for a minute. Packed with tourists, and there are much better looking buildings & balconies to spend time looking at elsewhere in Verona. Doesn’t seem like a family activity, suppose it’s only worth paying for if you have some spare money to use up and wish to stand on the balcony.
Written April 14, 2022
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Jet802620
6 contributions
Family
I had already been to Verona and to see Giulettas house years ago but due to the Covid situation it was a completely different experience. Ofcourse it is a lovely place to visit but this time I could appreciate it more as there was hardly anybody there so I could feel myself being transported back in time and enjoy standing there without being jostled by the crowds. However it is always worth a visit, tourists or no tourists!
Written July 28, 2020
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Steveage
Rexburg, ID3,270 contributions
We went at the end of June. Truth be told I don't like Venice, Cinque Terra or Verona for the same reason: they are small enough to be ruined by the hoards of tourons. All you hear is English, prices are high, and silly places like this House of Juliet, are inundated with people. Florence, Rome and Naples seem to be big enough to handle the hoards, not Verona. On the other hand, my wife was on a quest to see this balcony and little statue. To each his own I guess, that's why I gave it 2 stars. It was shoulder to shoulder crowded, gum stuck all over the walls leading to the statue of Juliet. It's cute, to touch the statue is free.
Written February 26, 2020
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