One of the most beautiful cities in Italy
“Little Rome”, as Verona was often called during the Roman Period, developed very quickly during the Middle Ages and became a flourish commercial city.
Today Verona is a provincial capital, a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most beautiful cities in Italy.
Many important works of art and monuments make Verona one of the most popular attractions for tourists in the region.
The first stop in Verona is the remarkable Arena. This is the third-biggest Roman amphitheatre in Italy, and the city emblem.
In summertime it becomes the stage for important shows, concerts and operas.
Verona is also known worldwide as the city of lovers. It is, in fact, the city of Romeo and Juliet: see Juliet’s house with
its famous balcony telling of the tragic love story by William Shakespeare.
Right at the heart of Verona’s historic center, there’s Piazza delle Erbe. As the name implies, there’s all sorts of herbs
for sale in the marketplace, as well as clothes, food and other souvenirs. All the major sightseeing attractions in Verona
are clustered here, including Torre dei Lamberti, Casa dei Giudici and Palazzo del Comune.
Moreover, the land of Verona is rich, hilly, fertile and a generous land with its typical products: rice, wine and oil.