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The Most Instagrammable Spots in Verona

Verona, Italy

Collection of 5 places
Visit the famous Palazzo e giardino Giusti

The Giusti palace and garden are located in the homonymous street of Verona, near the center and a few dozen meters from Piazza Isolo. The garden, created at the end of the 1300s, is presented today in the structure given to it in 1570 by Agostino Giusti, Cavaliere della Repubblica Veneta and Gentiluomo of the Grand Duke of Tuscany. The oldest part of the garden has been geometrically set, near the water sources, and is closed by a row of cypress trees, among which is the Goethe cypress, more than six hundred years old and admired by Wolfang Goethe in 1786 and cited in "Journey to Italy" of 1817.

Panorama of the city on the top of Torre dei Lamberti

The Torre dei Lamberti is a 84 m high tower in Verona, northern Italy. Construction of the tower was started in 1172. In May 1403 the top of the tower was struck by lightning, but the restoration works didn't start until 1448 and took 16 years. During that time, the tower was enlarged: The more recent sections can be recognized today by the use of different materials (such as marble). The large clock was added in 1779. The tower has two bells: the Marangona signals fires, work times, and the hours of the day, while the largest, called Rengo, is used to call the population to arms or to invoke the city's councils.

One of the oldest buildings Teatro Romano

The Roman Theater is the oldest building in Verona. Its construction dates back to the end of the 1st century BC. It was built close to the San Pietro hill, exploiting the natural slope of the land to build the steps, as did the Greeks before the Romans.

Love is in the air Casa di Giulietta
House Museum

Juliet's house is a medieval palace in Verona, a short distance from the central Piazza delle Erbe. The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet found evidence in Verona and the imagination mixed legend and reality, so much so that various places where the story told by Shakespeare were recognized.

Visit the magic of Arena di Verona

The Verona Arena is a Roman amphitheatre in Piazza Bra in Verona, Italy built in the first century. It is still in use today and is internationally famous for the large-scale opera performances given there. It is one of the best preserved ancient structures of its kind. In ancient times, nearly 30,000 people was the housing capacity of the Arena. Nowadays, for security reasons, the maximum attendance is 15,000 people. Contents