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Verona deserves to be seen for various reasons; first of all its magnificent monuments, but also the extraordinary charm it has for visitors from all over the world, who are enchanted by the heartbreaking tale of Romeo and Juliet. Who doesn’t love this romantic story? Here you can admire the Capulet House, best known as "Juliet's House" and, if you are unlucky in love, do not forget to touch Juliet’s statue. This is a kind of good-luck ritual in the hope of finding the love.
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During the period of the Republic of Venice, Verona transformed and some important buildings were added, the Della Scala court became an active artistic and cultural production centre, attracting artists and poets such as Giotto, Altichiero, Dante and Petrarca. The city has a very ancient and well preserved historical centre, with buildings, churches and palaces of different ages and styles, and famous squares such as the immense Piazza Bra, where you can see the Arena, the famous Roman amphitheatre.
It was built in the first half of the 1st century A.D. and it the third largest amphitheatre in Italy. For over 80 years the Arena di Verona has been hosting an opera season that is unique in the world for the quality of the artistic events and for the magnificent scenery it offers the audience. In the programme, as well as opera, you can find recitals, ballets and also amazing concert.
Discover Piazza Mercato Vecchio with the Scala della Ragione and the panoramic Torre dei Lamberti. Its museums are also extraordinary, preserving the treasures of Veronese art, particularly the Museo di Castelvecchio, where you can admire paintings by Pisanello, Mantegna, Bellini and other masterpieces of Italian renaissance art, the Museo di Palazzo Forti and the Museo Lapidario Maffeiano. Also don't miss the churches of S.Anastasia and S. Zeno Maggiore.
You must visit this romantic city!