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Verona is undoubtedly one of the most romantic cities in Italy, and it is not by chance that Shakespeare decided to set the tragic love story between Romeo and Juliet here. Many couples decide to spend a tender weekend in the city, taking a walk through the beautiful alleys and stopping just under the balcony where Juliet is said to have lived.
To avoid any kind of wait on your arrival and to be able to immediately enjoy this fascinating city, we advise you to book a Verona Airport Taxi. By taking advantage of this service you will soon be in the middle of your holiday and visit the attractions that the Venetian city has to offer, such as the Arena, Piazza delle Erbe or Piazza Brà.
The city, which stands along the Adige River, among its unmissable attractions, also has a number of bridges built over the river, making it even more charming. Around them, you can find many typical shops, taverns, and restaurants where you can taste polenta, gnocchi, risotto and the famous local Venetian wines. Visiting the city is possible at any time of the year. With museums, shops, historical and local buildings, it is the ideal destination for a holiday with a partner, with friends or with the family.
What to see in Verona
Among the places of interest in the city, the following are really not to be missed:
- Arena di Verona: Roman amphitheatre, symbol of the city, built in the first century BC, is home to several shows and concerts by international artists and an open-air lyrical theatre;
- Piazza delle Erbe: Here you can find the Palazzo del Comune, the Casa dei Giudici, the Casa dei Mercanti, all historical medieval buildings, and the fountain of the Madonna Verona;
- Casa de Julieta: This is the house where the protagonist of the romantic play is said to have lived, and you can visit the interior next to the famous balcony, as well as the statue of Juliet in the garden;
- Piazza Brà: One of the largest squares in Europe with historic buildings such as Palazzo della Gran Guardia, Palazzo Barbieri and the Arena itself.