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Casa di Giulietta

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Casa di Giulietta

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Via Cappello 23, 37121, Verona Italy
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Verona Porta Nuova Station34 min
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Verona Arena semi-private Tour with Fast Track
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Verona Arena semi-private Tour with Fast Track

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Verona’s UNESCO-listed Arena is one of the largest Roman amphitheaters in the world and a highlight of this historic city. With this guided tour, zip past the crowds with skip-the-line tickets and spend more time inside to admire its ancient architecture and learn about its history and lore from your guide.
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AlexSwallow wrote a review Oct 21
Sheffield, United Kingdom1,343 contributions3,049 helpful votes
Thought the balcony and statue were nice and the staff handling the queue in a time of Covid did it with good grace. Definitely worth popping along to have a look and take a photo, this is very central in Verona and a romantic treat.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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pedroavendano wrote a review Oct 16
Vienna, Austria185 contributions25 helpful votes
If you know the books and / or movies , you want to visit this place - but for me it was just a balcony in a small inside patio - maybe the tour would have been a little bit different but I doubt that - nice to see quickly while in Verona but not essential
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Date of experience: October 2020
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KW1975 wrote a review Oct 11
Chesterfield, United Kingdom139 contributions47 helpful votes
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.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Stephanie & Anthony wrote a review Sep 2020
Lincoln, United Kingdom458 contributions119 helpful votes
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You can see the balcony outside for free and if you pay €6 you can go inside or for €7 also entry to her tomb (different location). We paid and wished we hadn't, there is very little inside! Not worth it, the tomb is a good 10-15 min walk away.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Erika wrote a review Sep 2020
Caracas, Venezuela8,767 contributions368 helpful votes
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As you know, the story of Giulietta is fictional. No one from Verona will recommend you to go there as something with cultural interest. Because covid, there was a wall all written and full of pieces of paper. Thanks god after the pandemic the wall was clean and you can not stick anything to it.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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