Things to Do in Verona

Things to Do in Verona, Italy - Verona Attractions

Things to Do in Verona

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  • Georgios_Kar
    Kassiopi, Greece824 contributions
    I did not go inside the arena but even from outside is a very impressive building and in very good condition. It is like a small Colosseum. I would like to have the time to go inside as well.
    Written May 20, 2022
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  • Georgios_Kar
    Kassiopi, Greece824 contributions
    It is a small square but impressive. Lots of historic buildins and market stalls in the between. It has a nice atmosphere in the heart of Verona.
    Written May 20, 2022
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  • Georgios_Kar
    Kassiopi, Greece824 contributions
    Visited Verona only for half a day but it was impressive as most old Italian cities. The old part is very nice and it is a wonderful just to wander in it.
    Written May 20, 2022
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  • N_31644
    Stafford, UK93 contributions
    Our favourite place to go in Verona. We bought tickets for the Fuiencola (elevator lift) to the viewing points. This was great, we had the lift to ourselves and videoed it as we went up. Faspntastic! Clean, easy to buy a ticket and not overcrowded.
    At the top, we sat and enjoyed views across Verona. Was so nice, we Stayed up there for around an hour and half an watched sunset!
    We sat and had a drink in the bar, really friendly member of staff who took a picture for us but certainly spent the time trying to get the best shot!
    Aperol spritz and enjoyed the vines of the city. Beautiful!
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • Georgios_Kar
    Kassiopi, Greece824 contributions
    Very nice square even if its very simple. The old buildings that now work as cafe or restaurants on on side and the Arena and the official building on the other make a very nice combination..
    Written May 20, 2022
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  • Denny S
    Gothenburg, Sweden169 contributions
    Very impressive church, built 967-1398 that houses the relics of the city's patron saint, San Zeno. One of northern Italy's most ornate churches. The exterior is Romanesque and above the portal is a beautiful rose window which represents the wheel of fortune. The slender belltower also contributes to the very symmetrical impression you get when you look at the facade. The interior is even more impressive starting with the beautiful cloister with its arches and courtyard and then a step inside this magnificent building where you can see a famous altarpiece by Andrea Mantegna, the crypt, where San Zeno rests in his silver mask, and the place where Romeo and Juliet are said to have married. The church's bronze doors are incredible works of art with their 48 panels and don't forget to look above you to admire the splendid roof in the nave. This is a must-see in Verona.
    Written October 27, 2021
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  • Luac84
    Brighton, UK498 contributions
    The Castel Vecchio Bridge or Scaliger Bridge is a fortified bridge in Verona, northern Italy, overlooking the Adige River. It was built in 1354 but totally destroyed in the war and re built again in 1951 with the exception of the left tower.

    The bridge is located in the city centre and has a large museum to look around if you have time.

    The bridge is free to visit and offers great photo opportunities over Verona, especially around sunset.
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • Georgios_Kar
    Kassiopi, Greece824 contributions
    I was on limited time so i did not visit the museum but the old fort is impressive and well maintained. You can feel the history just but sitting there..
    Written May 20, 2022
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  • Luac84
    Brighton, UK498 contributions
    The gardens themselves are lovely, we visited in late April and feel this wasn't the best time to see the gardens - I can imagine there is a lot more colour in the summer.

    We still enjoyed walking round and it is a nice relaxing start to the morning. Entrance to Giardino Giusti is 10 Euros.
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • Luac84
    Brighton, UK498 contributions
    Basilica di Santa Anastasia is a beautiful church to visit.

    There is a small entrance fee of 3 Euros and for anyone who complains that's a price of a coffee so well worth paying.

    The first stone was laid in 1208 and completed in 1400 and is part of the Dominican order, with its Gothic style it is located in the most ancient part of Verona.

    The facades are stunning and I particularly enjoyed the carvings of the two hunchback figures.
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • N_31644
    Stafford, UK93 contributions
    6 euros to climb the stairs and experience views of the city. 1 euro extra for the lift, we climbed the 250 off steps to the bell tower. Great views over Verona and you can see as far as the alps to the north.
    Member of staff very abrupt on the desk. She was like that with everyone!
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • JJOH
    Doha, Qatar636 contributions
    Much to see here as there is more on the site than just the Duomo. In truth this is not one of the more impressive cathedrals I’ve seen in Italy. I would also say there are other churches I prefer in Verona but you gave to visit if you are here
    Written May 16, 2022
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  • gaynorbeattie2333333
    Northop, UK55 contributions
    Beautiful city, lots to see and do, fab bars, restaurants and shops to walk around, reasonably priced and delicious food, the river has bars alongside so is lovely to sit and relax with a drink,
    Written May 17, 2022
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  • Reservoirboy
    Alphington, Australia1,660 contributions
    After you ride up the Funicolare and admire the views, the ampitheatre is on the street as you exit. You can sit and imagine the performances that were once had on the banks of the river Adige.
    Written January 10, 2020
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  • JJOH
    Doha, Qatar636 contributions
    One of many interesting Owen public spaces in Verona. Lots if interestin architectural things here and close to the bell tower in the heart of the city. You would be hard pressed to avoid it if visiting and it’s a most interesting place
    Written May 16, 2022
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