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Wandering around the small park and the exhibition it is easy to get muddle the line between reality and literature. I heard a German woman telling her companion : How this poor girl must have suffered for her love and then to be buried here...More
‘Juliet’s Tomb’ is just any old sarcophagus – but the real highlights of this museum are the frescos, rescued from old buildings and lovingly restored.
There are examples from several different centuries, both sacred and secular. Look out for the long train of trumpeters, noblemen,...More
My mission is to get more people to visit this amazing historic place. Verona's tourists should be made more aware of of what this Museum has to offer. As well as hosting the small, dark crypt beneath the former Monestary of San Francesco al Corso,...More
The tomb of Juliette is a bit of a walk, but a nice one, from the town centre. It’s set in a quiet garden and we were the only people there. However, the tomb we came to see does not really exist. You go down...More
We came here because I love Shakespeare, we had been to the balcony and house, and as you read my other reviews, it was one that had to be done. But as tourist attractions go, it's not great. It's a really long walk from the...More
An interesting little find a little wander away from all the main attractions about 25 minutes from the Verona Arena.
Worth a visit but in essence what you see on the picture is what you get.
However it is free with the Verona Card and...More