Destination VeronaDestination Verona

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The Arena

Built by the Romans in the first century BC, the arena was used for fights between gladiators and wild animals. Today, it is used mainly for operatic performances and concerts. Address: 1 Piazza Bra


The Duomo, originally in the Roman style, was rebuilt in the 12th century. Address: 1 Piazza Bra

Casa di Giulietta (the house of Juliet)

This building dates back to the 12th century. It originally belonged to the Dal Cappello family. The confusion between ‘Cappello’ and ‘Capuleti’ was the source of the myth that this was the house of Juliet, the heroine of Shakespeare’s most famous play. Address: 23 Via Cappello

Juliet’s tomb

Juliet’s tomb is located where, according to the legend, the remains of Romeo and Juliet were buried. Address: Via Shakespeare

Palazzo della Ragione e Torre dei Lamberti

This 12th century palace has a beautiful Roman courtyard. The view from the top of the Torre dei Lamberti is breathtaking! Address: Piazza dei Signori

Piazza delle Erbe (Erbe Square)

This is where the Forum, the centre of Roman city life, was situated. For many centuries the Piazza della Erbe has fulfilled the same function: a meeting place, marketplace and the political centre of the town.

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