Romeo and Juliet Guided Walking Tour in Verona

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Enjoy a guided tour of Verona in a small group, drop by filming locations from the hit romcom ‘Letters to Juliet' and places relating to Shakespeare's top couple.

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It’ll be hard not to fall head over heels with Italy’s City of Love. As the settings for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, and the 2010 romcom ‘Letters to Juliet’, cupid’s arrow is a fixture in Verona. You’ll visit the most important locations of the film and follow in the steps of the real Romeo and Juliet on this small group tour. Antonella, one of our local guides, says, ‘You’ll find out everything there’s to know about our star-crossed lovers and the traditions touched in the film for a passionate experience of my city.’Wander through the charming streets of Verona with its orange-red hues of medieval buildings. See why the city’s ancient Roman landmarks and squares provided the perfect backdrop for Shakespeare’s tragedy as you learn stories of how people lived at the time of the Romeo and Juliet. Visit the House of Romeo – a medieval castellated palace – and see the streets where the fight between Romeo and Tybalt took place as you make your way to Juliet’s house.Enter the small, cobbled courtyard that reveals the 13th-century house of Shakespeare’s leading lady. You’ll see the wall where the broken-hearted leave their letters to Juliet – there’s a small post box if you want to send your own. Gaze at the infamous bronze statue of Juliet and the balcony – where many proposals and weddings take place. Sara adds, ‘Leave a lock in the courtyard or embrace a local tradition of touching Juliet’s right breast to find fortune in love.’
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