Town of Verona

Town of Verona

One hour drive from Venice, Verona is a perfect place to spend a day…
It’s for everyone the tragic scenario of the love history between Romeo and Juliet. A good part of the city’s economy is based on this “romantic tourism”. It finds its perfect ending below the famous balcony of Juliet.

Town of Verona

Identifying Verona as the city of Romeo and Juliet, however, has prevented people to enjoy the other beauties of this city.
It’s called the “Gateway to Italy“, because it anticipates, to those coming from the north, the characteristics, the beauty, the essence of our country.
Nestled on a U bend on the Adige River, Verona is one of the most important cities in the Veneto region.

It’s famed for its historical centre and myriad of stunning buildings and architecture.

Verona is the second largest city in the region behind Venice and has a population of 269,000.

As time progressed and the Roman Empire collapsed, other factions and ruling parties exercised control over Verona.

Today, Verona attracts a huge number of tourist due to its rich history and significance. Its myriad of ancient buildings such as the Arena and the Ponte Scaligero.

juliet's house   Is a mix of artistic, historical and cultural testimonies, dived in a suggestive atmosphere made of alleys, squares and traditional food. If you would like to look beyond the balcony. We suggest you an itinerary among its famous places, its typical flavors and its lovely entertainments. You’ll be seduced by the charm of this city.

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