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Great area of the old city for tourists

This area has some great attractions - Juliet's house, the tower off Piazza Erbe etc - along with... read more

Reviewed 25 August 2018
Steve F
Market square

During our visit this square became a cute marketplace which we spent some time wandering around... read more

Reviewed 24 August 2018
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All reviews historical center cobbled street charming atmosphere old city italian city stunning city every corner walked around city break di verona to sit and people watch buy souvenirs designer shops take your time beautiful area small city great photo opportunities
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Reviewed 25 August 2018

This area has some great attractions - Juliet's house, the tower off Piazza Erbe etc - along with interesting shops, a street market and a host of cafes and restaurants. Well worth a visit.

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Reviewed 24 August 2018

During our visit this square became a cute marketplace which we spent some time wandering around. From here, we where able to stole around this beautiful city. The best part about it? Everything is in walking distance from each other which meant that we could...More

Thank melmel58f
Reviewed 18 August 2018

Around every corner there seems to be something beautiful and interesting to see. Apart from the architectural gems there are numerous eateries, gelaterias and designer shops.

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Reviewed 16 August 2018

our trip to Verona included a private walking tour. Our guide was local and extremely knowledgeable about the history and architecture of this lovely city. Actually, we were scheduled to go to Vicenza in the afternoon, and decided to skip it to stay longer in...More

3  Thank ItalophileTrav
Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

I came here 25 years ago and I really didn’t remember it being a stroll about city, but the old centre certainly is that. The market in the centre is full of tourist tat and the square near the arena full of tourist restaurants, but...More

1  Thank masaccio
Reviewed 16 August 2018

Great pedestrian city, beautiful St Anastasia church better than duomo, Erbe square piazza Bra lovely to ogle and have a drink, great restaurants lovely smart people

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Reviewed 11 August 2018

In most historical centres, you meet mainly tourists and pay extremely high prices for everything. Not in Verona, luckily. You can still meet locals here (not at Juliet's house or at Arena, of course) and get food and drinks for reasonable prices (even lower than...More

Thank Karin L
Reviewed 11 August 2018 via mobile

The city of Verona is very quaint especially this area as it just felt magical walking down the cobbled streets imaging what happened in those same streets hundreds of years ago.

Thank Dennis F
Reviewed 29 July 2018

would not expect anything less iconic in Italian town like Verona - just enjoy - either strolling, or finding your special shade somewhere, to cool down a bit, maybe have a snack, like refreshing and affordable takeaway macedonia / fruit salad, an ice cream and...More

1  Thank kmarko
Reviewed 25 July 2018

Really beautiful part of the city, it's very convenient to the main bus station just a short walk across the bridge. Pick up a map at the tourist office and discover beautiful historic buildings around every corner, even better if you can arrange a guided...More

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There is a very good bus network within the city and public transport is cheap. Outlying destinations have a limited service on Sundays and Public Holidays. You can obtain a bus timetable from the Tourist Information in... More
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