What are the top tourist attractions in Verona?
VArona, located in northern Italy, is one of the country’s tourist destinations. Some say that this beautiful city took its name from an Etruscan man, who is Vera. Other sources say that Verona may have been the name of a Roman family. If not, it can be derived from a Latin word, meaning spring. Where does the source of this city’s name begin, which confirms that the founder of the city, the head of the city of Guln, called it the city of Roma. Over time, the name moved to Verona.
It is the setting for William Shakespeare’s two plays, Romeo and Juliet and the two Gentlemen of Verona. Annually, tourists come to Verona to celebrate their annual festivals, unforgettable shows, artistic heritage and spectators’ favorite scenes. Here is a list of the best things to do in this city, to create beautiful memories in Verona.
Ask your prayers at Verona Cathedral
Also known as the Duomo of Verona, this church was founded since the 12th century. The church has intricate designs, precious gems, giving it a paradise-like aesthetic. This Roman Catholic cathedral is dedicated to the Virgin Mary, under the testament of Santa Maria Metcalor.
Visit one of the world’s oldest libraries
Inside the Verona Cathedral is the Bob Library. It is one of the oldest libraries in the world that continues to this day. In this library, one will find unique and almost ancient books, such as the Verona Codex, a list of Roman dioceses, the old version of the Latin Sylvester, and many more. Browse and learn from the “Queen of Ecclesiastical Collection” by browsing the shelf of the Chapter Library.
Buy gift cards from the Piazza delle Array
In those days, in the Roman era, this area was used as a forum where performances were seen. Today, the Piazza delle Array has markets that are full of gifts and tranquility. To the west of it is the Baroque Palazzo Mafia, which houses symbolic statues of Greek gods. When you get to Piazza delle, take the perfect photos and bring the memories back home.
See Skylizer tombs
Five Gothic burial monuments showcasing the most beautiful Gothic art in Italy are available for the public to see. These monuments belong to notable members of the rulers of Verona during the 13th and 14th centuries. Remind the fallen rulers of the city a long time ago and visit this special place to admire the city’s unique art.
Watch performances at the Arena
Arena is an amphitheater, like Rome’s Coliseum, estimated to last 50 years. This well-preserved arena is a place for live concerts, operas, and festivals to name a few. Not so long ago, it hosted many shows of international rock and pop bands, such as Avensis, Adele, Alicia Keys, OneSmith, and Paul McCartney. Verona is definitely more fun with music and shows!
See Basilica de San Zeno Maggiore
This fascinating church, of the eighth and ninth centuries, is well known for its beauty and magnificence. The architecture of this building is influenced by medieval Europe, which uses semi-circular structures. Another reason why this church is famous is the marriage arrangement of Romeo and Juliet. Take beautiful photos with new titles in the venue, where Verona’s famous lovers vowed.
Enjoy art from Castelvicho
This square fort is middle-aged, the most important military building of the Skilger family. It was built using red bricks, which creates a beautiful and fitting competition with the rest of the city. Today, it is the site of the Castelvicchio Museum. Those who love history, art and all the beautiful things are sure to appreciate and enjoy this landmark brought to you by Verona.
Take instagrammable photos on Porta Borsari
Porta Borsari is an ancient Roman gate that entered the city of Varuna. Its facade was built using native white limestone, which gives it a traditional and regular appearance. This idea is absolutely Instagram-worthy. Don’t be afraid to grab your choice of clothing to make you stand out.
Try Italian recipes that use horsemeat
Many Italian recipes use horse meat. For a considerable amount of your consumption in Westona, stew called pericada, a steak recipe called carpaccio when raw, or briscola.
Tour Romeo and Juliet
Who has not heard of these famous lovers? If you’re a fan of their tragic story, Verona has numerous travel destinations for you. For a first stop consider Cas, Casa de Romeo. The brick house of the beloved Romeo resembles a medieval castle. Close to our gentleman’s house is the House of Juliet. Many guests write notes on the wall of Juliet’s house, the process of writing letters to her. What is this love story without tragic death? The remains of the beautiful Juliet lie on the floor of the San Francisco El Carso monastery. Rumors say that the right breast of Juliet’s bronze statue brings good luck to those who have abrasions. Make time for Romeo and Juliet’s past and try your luck.
Join the Rome and Juliet Half Day Bike Tour
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