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This is an arena that was build decades before the Roman Coliseum and is still the most used arena of its type. They even do opera there.
On the day we went there was only one entrance into the arena and if you forgot which...More
The Verona arena is like the coliseum in Rome accept smaller and significantly less busy. I found it to be fascinating to learn about the history of the arena and how the Governor would select gladiators to fight gladiators of their political opponents. It was...More
Came here and was amazed by the sight that awaited me.
The whole history behind the arena is fascinating and to see it is unbelievable. Not to mention the views from the top. This place is well worth a visit.
The Arena di Romana is a must-see! We stayed in Verona for less than 24 hours, but I am so grateful we came here. We stayed at a hotel VERY close to the arena, which was great! We got up early and walked there as...More
A site that I have seen many times before but never bore of. The surroundings have been improved and make a much pleasanter viewing point for the arena. I must return in the summer to see a theatrical production in the arena. A bucket list...More
Superb original gladiators arena, second only to Rome in Italy, well preserved, although half height, it is 360*, lovely monument to the history of this place! Bustling with tourists, plenty to do in and around the location. In the summer there are open air concerts...More
Strolling along the beautiful streets of Verona and the coming across this Roman monument is a wonderful thing.
Performances are held here throughout the year, I had to settle for a look inside instead.
This amazing place is up there with the Coliseum and the Amphitheatre at Pompeii. Well kept, still used for performances (wish we’d been able to see one), and so authentic you can almost hear the clash of metal, the slap and grunt of bodies, and...More
It depends where your seats are. If you are in the stalls, especially towards the front, the dress code is more formal - business for gents and cocktail dress for ladies. The higher you are in the tiers, the more casual the... More
It depends where your seats are. If you are in the stalls, especially towards the front, the dress code is more formal - business for gents and cocktail dress for ladies. The higher you are in the tiers, the more casual the dress is. Not sure of night time temperatures in September but make sure you will be comfortable too - an evening to enjoy after all!
If you are not too budget constrained, I would recommend Sixt Chauffeured Services. They have a smartphone app and you can book in advance. My wife and I used them to go from Verona to the airport. Cost was 55 euros for a... More
If you are not too budget constrained, I would recommend Sixt Chauffeured Services. They have a smartphone app and you can book in advance. My wife and I used them to go from Verona to the airport. Cost was 55 euros for a luxury full size vehicle that accommodated all of our (who am I kidding? my wife's) luggage. The chauffeur was on time, excellent and friendly and the ride was comfortable and relaxing.