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the city of Romeo and Juliet

Verona is a UNESCO cultural heritage and a magical attraction for visitors from around the world. The incomparable charm of the historic center of Verona with its narrow alleys, the Piazza Bra and the Arena Romana fascinate the visitor as much as the journey in search of the footsteps of Romeo and Juliet, the most famous loving couples of the whole literary history.

Already at the time of the Roman Empire, Verona was called the "little Rome", due to its importance in the northern part of Italy - his nickname is probably one of the reasons for the construction of the impressive Roman amphitheater in the city, which is preserved to this day.

What to see in Verona? Verona is full of attractions and fascinates every visitor with its medieval old town and its unique atmosphere. No matter if you are in the historic center of Verona at Piazza Bra or the Arena Romana, in the footsteps of the Scaligeri nel Castelvecchio or if you will spend some quality time under the balcony of Juliet - Verona will surprise you with its numerous beautiful squares and must-see attractions. Our suggestions:

- Arena di Verona

- Basilica of San Zeno

- Torre dei Lamberti

- Castelvecchio

- La Casa di Giulietta (house of Juliet)

- Piazza Bra '

- Scaligero Bridge

- Arche Scaligere

- Roman Theatre

- Mazzini street

In the footsteps of Romeo and Juliet in Verona

The medieval old town of Verona is the perfect place to relive the days of Romeo and Juliet. Every year many tourists and loving couples visit Verona, following the tracks of the two lovers. They take pictures of the famous Juliet's balcony in the house; have a look at the house of Romeo and spend a few minutes in silence in front of the tomb of Juliet. Everywhere you look, you can see lovers who post small slips of paper with their promises of fidelity or their initials on the wall of Juliet's house, or that despite the ban, they post these on the walls of houses or on the rocks.