If I were a romantic one maybe i would talk better or with more passion about this place, by the way the architecture of the building is the original one, when Romeo was suducing Julieta. Good luck lovers
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Don't forget that there is more to the house than just getting a photo of the balcony. As you aren't supposed to re-enter, if there are just 2 of you, I suggest one goes in first whilst the other gets a picture from outside, then...More
Packed with tourists, waiting to take comical photos with the Juliette statue. In a city with lots of interesting history, art and architecture, this 'attraction' had nothing much to speak for it - but lots of gift shops.
I would not go to Verona just to see Giulietta's balcony. But, if you're in Verona you might as well stop by. It sits high above the street area so you can see it without much effort.
Shakespeare never made it to Verona or anywhere else in Italy but he did set a number of plays here. Romeo and Juliet is arguably the most famous and the balcony scene an icon of world literature. You can't help Verona for getting on the...More
It took me ages to find this as I wasn't expecting it to be off the main shopping street. It is a nice balcony with lots of people, wouldn't miss it but there is not a lot to say. You can go in and stand...More
I know that this is one of the most famous and visitted attactions in Verona, but for me it is clearly overrated. Of course, Giulietta's house was never Giuletta's house, just a randome medieval house in the middle of Verona. The visit to the house...More