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WHAT TO SEE IN VERONA: MUST-SEE MONUMENTS

VERONA’S CITY CENTRE IS A TRUE TREASURE BOX

One of Italy’s most fascinating cities just a few steps away. You can reach the heart of Verona in just 15 minutes and enjoy all the wonders of the city.
La Caporala has an excellent position, as it can be the starting point for your visit to the city centre.

One of Italy’s most fascinating cities just a few steps away. You can reach the heart of Verona in just 15 minutes and enjoy all the wonders of the city.
La Caporala has an excellent position, as it can be the starting point for your visit to the city centre.

Cosa vedere al Centro di Verona

The Verona Arena

A few major must-visit monuments. You can’t come to Verona and not see the Verona Arena, one of the most popular monuments in the world, which attracts millions of visitors every year due to the events that take place in it, starting from the Opera Festival.

Saint Anastasia Basilica

The Saint Anastasia Basilica is Verona’s largest church. An extraordinary example of Italian Gothic architecture that houses invaluable works of art. Its construction started in 1290 thanks to the support of noble families, in particular the Della Scalas. Inside, the Basilica has the shape of a Latin cross, and it extends over three aisles.

Cosa vedere al Centro di Verona
Cosa vedere al Centro di Verona

Piazza delle Erbe

Piazza delle Erbe is considered one of Italy’s most beautiful squares. It was built above the old Roman forum, and it overlooks extraordinary buildings, such as the Palazzo della Regione, the Case Mazzanti, the Palazzo Maffei and the Casa dei Mercanti (“House of the Merchants”). At the centre of the square, you can admire the called Madonna Verona fountain.

Juliet’s house

Another must-visit place is Juliet’s house. There won’t be any Romeo waiting for you, but before you get there, you’ll see the walls of the courtyard covered with love letters and cards.

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Cosa vedere al Centro di Verona

Torre dei Lamberti

The old town also features the Torre dei Lamberti, which is 84 metres tall and represents one of Verona’s beloved buildings.

Verona Cathedral

Another landmark is the Cathedral, which was built on the remains of two Paleochristian churches and is dedicated to Santa Maria Matricolare. It houses the Tiziano’s Pala dell’Assunta.

Cosa vedere al Centro di Verona

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