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Seven Must-See’s And What to do in Verona


This week’s Guess Where? photo was Verona, and what an appealing place this city turned out to be for the Tour Italy Now community. So the question is “what to do in Verona?”In fact, as we post this, you’re still clicking up a storm over on Facebook about this magical city made famous around the world by William Shakespeare and his play “Romeo and Juliet.” Having never been to Verona myself, yours truly decided to do a little clicking around and start a list of things I’d love-love to do when I get to Verona. And please notice I wrote “when” not “if!” I’m getting there, for sure. I hope you will be, too!

We’re going to make these short and sweet and let you discover them, as desktop/laptop travelers in anticipation of your next Italy vacation, with links from the Verona Tourism website!

1. Must-See: Romeo and Juliet

Apparently the Casa di Giuletta gets lots of giggling middle and high school students, so be prepared for that adolescent ambiance and enjoy!

2.Must-See: Arena

Wow I’d do my darnedest to see a performance here.

3. See-What-Happens: The streets of Verona.

Walk and discover, with the above itinerary or a variation of your own.

4. Must-See: Piazza del Erbe

A place to meander, ruminate, ask for gelato recommendations.

5. Must-See: The Scaligeri Arch and Tombs

6. Must-See: Castelvecchio

Another great bridge. Gosh, the Italians make impressive bridges.

7. See-What-Happens: The Museums

Museo Archeologico – Regaste Redentore 2 | Tel: +39 045 800 0360

Museo Civico di Storia Naturale – Lungadige Porta Vittoria 9 | Tel: +39 045 807 9400

Museum of Affreschi – Via del Pontiere 5 | Tel: +39 045 800 0361

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By Priscila Siano (266 Posts)

Priscila Siano is the Marketing Director of Tour Italy Now, an online tour operator specializing in Italy travel. She's a respected expert on making dream Italy vacations a reality for clients.

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