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Things to do in Verona:
- Arena di Verona - Built in the first century AD, this is one of the best conserved Roman amphitheatres, whose seating area is made up of 44 levels and can hold up to 22,000 spectators.
- Juliet's House (Casa di Giulietta)
- Romeo's House (Casa di Romeo) - Relive the tragic story of Shakespeare's unhappy lovers by visiting some of Verona's fortified houses built at that time, including the homes of both Romeo and Juliet.
- Piazza Bra
- Piazza delle Erbe - It's no wonder that this is one of the most historic and picturesque squares in Italy: in antiquity, it served as a Roman forum; today, it contains many historic buildings, sculptures with a popular and colorful market overflowing with fresh fruits and vegetables.
- Torre dei Lamberti - Enjoy panoramic views of the Alpsa from the 84-m tower built in the 12-15th centuries.
- Piazza dei Signori - Situated behind the busy Piazza Erbe, this central square is dominated by a Dante statue made in 1865 plus two buildings built by Palladio, the Palazzo della Raggione and the Loggia del Capitanato.
- Museo di Castelvecchio - This impressive castle built in the 14th century houses a fine art gallery.
- San Zeno Maggiore Church - Built in 1123-35, this ornate Romanesque church features adorned bronze doors and remarkable Cloister.
- Scaligero Bridge - Connecting Castelvecchio and Adige, this powerful bridge was first built in the 1st century AD, destroyed during World War II, and rebuilt using parts of the original structure.
- Via Mazzini - Considered the commercial center of Verona, this narrow pedestrian street is lined with upscale designer shops and cafes.
- Porta dei Borsari
- Museo Archeologico
- Galleria d'Arte Moderna Palazzo Forti
- Teatro Romano
- Il Museo Del Giocattolo - The extraordinary collection of Luciana Gaspari; more than 3000 toys (dolls, rocking horses, trains, puppets) from the late XVIII Century to the '50 years in XX Century.
- Fiera di Verona