Sightseeing in Verona is very exhausting, but definitely worth it! There is so much to see and to discover here!
We recommend buying the Verona Card! One comes in all sights / museums cheaper or free. The Verona Card costs € 18 for 24 hours. This price is almost pure, if you plan to look at the arena and Juliet's balcony.
In front of the city there are enough parking garages - here you have to plan on average 2.20 € per hour parking fees.
August 12, 2017
Again, it is recommended to purchase the Verona Card (18 € / 24 hours). The arena is one of the sights that you can enter for free with the card (otherwise longer arrival times and 10 € admission).You just have to see it, it is a landmark of the city. And after the Colosseum, it is the second largest Italian amphitheater, 138 meters long and 110 meters wide! Is very impressive!
August 12, 2017
The largest square in Verona, Piazza Brá (derived from the Verona word "braida" for wide), is to a great extent occupied by Verona's landmark - the Arena, the second largest surviving Roman amphitheater.
It is also home to the Town Hall / Town Council (Palazzo Barbieri - a 19th-century Roman temple built in the style of a Roman temple). Next to the city gates (Portoni della Brá) stands the Palazzo della Gran Guardia (the main guard).
The northwestern side is lined with a collection of magnificent palaces, which are almost exclusively gastronomically used on the ground floor and spread generously on the broad, with thick marble plates Listons. Then there is a park-like part, in the middle of which is founded by the twin city of Munich fountain (Fontana delle Alpi). In this area of the square is also a bronze statue of Mario Salazzari, a monument (1946) of the fallen for freedom (Al Caduti per la libertà).
September 10, 2019
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