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Romeo and Juliet weren't the only ones to fall in love in Verona.

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From 17/04/2024 to 29/06/2024

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5 good reasons to go to Verona

Lose yourself in the Giardino Giusti
Lose yourself in the Giardino Giusti
This garden is a true oasis of greenery located in the heart of the city and has been open since the Renaissance. Monarchs and artists even stopped here during their Grand Tour of Europe! Since then, the cypresses bordering the paths have grown and the garden is even more resplendent.
Discover the Veronetta district
Discover the Veronetta district
Cross the river via the stone bridge to reach the funicular on the opposite bank, which will take you to the top of the city where you will discover Little Verona. With its old houses, Roman remains and quaint little squares, it is a very authentic district that is full of life and boasts stunning views!
Tasting the country's best vintages
Tasting the country's best vintages
The city of Verona is surrounded by many vineyards that produce a variety of red, white and sparkling wines. If you have time, make sure you visit the Valpolicella hills or Soave. If not, you can just as easily enjoy a glass with a delicious meal in Verona.
Visiting Veneto
Visiting Veneto
While Venice is the heartthrob of this beautiful Italian region, Verona is much more convenient for exploring the delightful hinterland. You can easily travel to Padua, Vicenza, Brescia, Milan or Bologna by train. Above all, make sure you visit the famous Lake Garda, which is just 15 minutes away.
Admire the city at sunset
Admire the city at sunset
The city of Verona is famous for its red marble and brick monuments, which are literally lit up at sunset. Who wouldn't be wowed by this spectacular sight on the banks of the Adige? After the show, head off to enjoy a candlelit dinner in a trattoria.

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Culture and history

Museo di Castelvecchio

Museo di Castelvecchio

This imposing riverside fortress is now Verona's biggest museum. Damaged during the Napoleonic wars, it was renovated by architect Carlo Scarpa who gave it a touch of modernism. It contains ancient jewellery, medieval artefacts and paintings by great Italian masters.

Juliet's house

Juliet's house

Although the balcony was added in 1929 and the house was chosen randomly, something still makes you want to believe the legend! You can even re-enact the scene of the soliloquy if you want to. Either way, there is no doubt that Shakespeare set his tragedy in the city of Verona, and rumour has it that he even drew inspiration from a local tale!

San Zeno Maggiore church

San Zeno Maggiore church

Built between 1120 and 1138 to house the relics of the patron saint of Verona, this church is considered a true masterpiece of Romanesque art. Its facade is adorned with magnificent marble reliefs and monumental carved bronze doors. You can enter the church through the perfectly preserved adjoining cloister. 

Piazza delle Erbe

Piazza delle Erbe

Contrary to what its name suggests, there are no herbs growing in the central square of Verona! It is located on the site of the old Roman forum, although today you are more likely to admire the sumptuous palaces built during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The statue of the winged lion is a reminder of its integration into the Kingdom of Venice in 1405, having been its major continental rival.

Excursions

Attend an opera in the arena

Attend an opera in the arena

Every summer, the Roman arena in Verona hosts one of the world's biggest opera festivals and numerous operas are performed. This open-air amphitheatre can accommodate up to 30,000 people for grandiose but affordable shows for which the city is renowned the world over. Top tip: hire a cushion to sit on. 

The Carnival in Verona

The Carnival in Verona

The Verona carnival is one of the oldest in Europe, along with that of Venice, of course. In Verona, you will see a colourful parade of floats, followed by brass bands and a host of masked and costumed figures. It is a really exciting time to visit the city! 

Vinitaly

Vinitaly

This is Italy’s biggest wine fair, launched in 1967! It is definitely the best place to go if you want to discover local, Italian and international wines. The programme includes a range of themed tastings, wine conferences and, above all, 4,000 exhibitors’ stands to visit. 

Gastronomy

Risotto all’Amarone

Risotto all’Amarone

This risotto is cooked with the best red wine in the region, Amarone, which is produced in the nearby valley of Valpolicella. The recipe also uses a local variety of rice called Vialone Nano, which is grown in the surrounding plains. It can be served in a range of different ways including with chicory, meat or cheese.

Pastisada de caval

Pastisada de caval

Braised horse is perhaps the region's most emblematic dish. The meat is marinated in red wine with onions, carrots and herbs, then left to simmer for several hours until the meat is tender. It is traditionally served with polenta or delicious homemade potato gnocchi. 

Practical information

Flight duration

1h50

Currency

Euro

Distance

889kms

Average temperature

Spring

15°C

Summer

28°C

Autumn

13°C

Winter

9°C

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