Small Group Guided Tour in Verona

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We will discover Verona with a walk. Starting from Piazza Bra we will admire the Area of Verona. Following Via Mazzini, famous shopping street of Verona, we will walk to Juliet's House. Then we continue towards Piazza delle Erbe, Piazza dei Signori, Porta Borsari and the Arche Scaligere. We will reach the Ponte di Pietra and, if you want, we can take the funicular and reach the San Pietro hill for a high view of Verona.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Lovivo Tour Experience

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Stop At: Piazza Bra

To visit Verona it is obvious to start from the central Piazza Bra, which blends buildings from different eras and architectures in the bright, sunny light that crosses it. The Arena, Palazzo Barbieri and the Gran Guardia are the most famous and admired, but the Fontana delle Alpi, the Liston with its noble palaces, the Visconti walls, the statue of Vittorio Emanuele II and the Pentagona Tower are no less important.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Arena di Verona

The Arena of Verona is, together with Juliet's house, the monument for which the city is famous in Italy and worldwide. It is the third largest Roman amphitheatre after the Colosseum and the Arena of Capua. It can hold about 20,000 people, which is believed to have been the entire population of Verona in the 1st century AD, the period when the monument was built.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Casa di Giulietta

The house is a medieval building with a 13th-century layout, its brick façade refined by elegant three-lobed windows. At the front stands the famous balcony from which, according to tradition, Juliet looked out to talk to her Romeo.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Arche Scaligere

A monumental tomb, majestic and scenic, which for over seven hundred years has housed the mortal remains of the ancient Lords of Verona. Here rest the Princes of the Della Scala family, with their elaborate equestrian sculptures rising towards the sky as if in an endless petrified tournament.

Duration: 1 hour

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Built in the first century B.C. to replace a pre-existing wooden bridge, Ponte Pietra is the oldest Roman monument in Verona and perhaps also the most impressive. It joined the original route of the Via Postumia with the hill in front of it at a ford, used since the dawn of time.

Duration: 1 hour
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