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Get a birds-eye-view of Verona, 15-20 min climb to the top aftre crossing Ponte Pietra. Plan to reach here by 5-6pm so that you can relax and watch great views of Verona and later see the magical sunset during summer. Wear comfortable walking shoes as...More
A short walk from town across the Ponte Pietra, cross the Rigaste Redentore, and look to the right for a narrow alley/side street Vicolo Botte which leads to steps uphill, or if you don't want to walk, the Funicular di Verona station is located a...More
Took he funicular up to see the views from the top. As a senior citizen, was given a discount. The views from the top overlook Verona. You don't realize how big Verona is until you see it from this perspective.
For the second time in town, I decided to mount the stairs. It's actually pretty quick to the top, about 10 minutes and worth it. You can also take the funicular which costs just 2€ for both ways. The view is beautiful on both sides...More
We took the funicular up to the Castel San Pietro. The views are amazing and where I think most of the photos of Verona are taken. There was also a restaurant located there that had food or just drinks. It also had a great view...More
We could have got the funicular, of course, but that wouldn't have been so much fun!
There several things to see in this area and it's worth checking when they are open. We didn't (shame on us) and so were disappointed that some were closed....More
This nicely renovated Castle is over Verona, that you can reach by car (tiny roads, old streets, bit stressy to reach the top) or by foot from the near brifódge (15 minutes to climb up).
By car, if you put your navigation target to Camping...More