Verona is the setting of Romeo and Juliet, the Shakespearian masterpiece that has established the city as the unanimous world capital of Love. Continue reading “Marrying in Verona”
Verona is a city that knows how to charm both the passing tourist and those who prefer to discover its secrets gradually, visit after visit.
There is much to admire and discover and it is therefore very difficult to suggest itineraries. Here, however, are a few suggestions on what should not be missed… but it will be up to the visitor to explore the hidden heart of Verona and discover its many secrets along the way.
We start our journey to get to know Verona from Piazza Brà, embraced on the south side by the medieval walls and the Portoni della Brà from the Visconti era. Continue reading “Visit Verona in two days”
Piazza Brà is the first picture from Verona: surrounded by medieval walls, it is dominated by the Roman Arena on one side and the Hapsburg Palace of the Gran Guardia on the other Continue reading “Visit Verona in one day”
For centuries Verona has had an incurable romance with food and wine. Continue reading “Food and Wine in Verona”