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Arco dei Gavi

Corso Cavour 2, 37121, Verona, Italy
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The Arch of Gavi was built in the second half of the first century A.D., during Flavian period.
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Corso Cavour 2, 37121, Verona, Italy
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovely 'blast from the past'. The Arch is within walking distance from other tourist sights and worth snapping a pic or simply admiring its architecture. Lots of cafes and gelato near by ;)

Thank Capres T
Reviewed 21 November 2017

When you look at this graceful arch you can see the Roman legions marching through. Actuallly you can see the wheel marks from the chariots if you look closely or I think I could.

Thank michael p
Reviewed 1 November 2017 via mobile

This old arch is not far from the Castle. And worth a look and it's free. Outstanding architecture and cafes nearby.

Thank Joyce P
Reviewed 21 August 2017

This Roman arch was built in the second half of the first century A.D., during the Flavian period and stood at the beginning of the road into the ancient Roman city. Apparently, it was demolished and has been rebuilt using some of the original stones....More

Thank TravelFan48105
Reviewed 28 July 2017

The fascinating ruts in the paving beneath the arch were worn by the passage of Roman chariots long ago. All reminiscent of wagon ruts on the Oregon Trail. The arch is beautiful too.

Thank DavidFOSH
Reviewed 5 June 2017 via mobile

No trip to Verona would be complete with a walk to the Arco Dei Gavi. Built by the Gavi family back in the day (100 AD) this arch was the entrance to the old Roman city. It was moved next to the museum in modern...More

Thank Passp0rtAlwaysReady
Reviewed 30 May 2017

Lovely view of the river and great place to take photos. There are a couple of places to sit and a grassy area as well. The view of the bridge is beautiful and then after visiting, you can have a walk on the bridge for...More

Thank Krista_B8
Reviewed 23 May 2017

This Roman arch was erected in the 1st century AD at the ancient road built by the Roman in Liguria. The arch was demolished by the French during the Napoleonic wars and later restored under Mussolini at its current location.

Thank Ron S
Reviewed 28 March 2017

This wonderful Roman triumphal arch used to sit on the old principal Roman road into the town, now Corso Cavour, but it was damaged by French troops in Napoleonic times and it was moved to this little piazza in the 1930s - sadly overpowered by...More

1  Thank stanmansurrey
Reviewed 18 March 2017

What a beautiful Arch with historic meaning. Located right next to the castle and within walking distance of everything in Verona. A def must see

Thank Janeane1965
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