The Arena is a Roman amphitheatre in Piazza Bra in Verona, Italy, which is famous for opera performances (seating 30,000 peeps).
6 euros, or 15 euros for a 2-day Verona card (which will admit you to most of the city's main attractions)
Despite an earthquake in 1117 that destroyed most of the arena's gates, the interior dating from the first century remains almost completely intact.
One of Europe's best preserved amphitheaters, and the view from the top tier offers a great view of the city.
Great architectural history.
*Bathrooms (separate for men and women) are located near the front entrance.
*Get in line early to avoid the afternoon crowds.
Need to return for an opera performance during the summer time.
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