There are so many great things to do in Verona, both free and paid. Here is what we recommend you can do in two days in Verona. We know it because we did them all!
As you walk down the streets the romantic charm follows you everywhere. Dip into quaint cafes, boutique stores or Venetian restaurants and soak in the atmosphere.
As you step into the inner courtyard, adorned with a bronze statue of Juliet, you can’t help but feel the weight of history and romance in the air.
As you step into the atmospheric chamber, adorned with delicate frescoes and ancient relics, you can’t help but feel the weight of love’s enduring power.
Standing proudly in the heart of Verona, the Verona Arena is a majestic Roman amphitheater, constructed in the 1st century and has stood the test of time and still stands largely intact to this day.
This medieval marvel, constructed in the 14th century, not only served as a vital link between the city’s past and present but also as a fortress protecting the ruling Scaliger family.