Verona between art and wine

A half-day trip in order to discover one of the most romantic Italian cities: Verona, where the famous tragedy “Romeo and Juliet” by Shakespeare took place. After a pleasant walking tour among its elegant buildings, such as the Arena and its Parish Church, you will enjoy a glass of a local wine

Meeting with a licensed private tourist guide for a complete walking tour in order to discover Verona. The city had already been a Roman colony since I BC and became a Roman municipium in 49 B.C.. In XII century the Free City was founded and its aspect began to change embellished with new civil and religious buildings. After the Scaligeri Family Verona was joined to the Republic of Venice, until 1796. The Arena is the symbol of the city, located in the beautiful Piazza Bra, as well as the core of an opera season of great importance. Entrance to the ancient monument in order to enjoy its width and perfect acoustic.

Among other monuments, “Casa di Giulietta” is the most famous with its balcony, described by Shakespeare in his famous tragedy “Romeo and Juliet”, which makes this city also well-known for the production of wines, a romantic destination. At the end you will have a pleasant wine-tasting based on the famous red wines Amarone and Ripasso di Valpolicella at a local concern.

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