Visit of Verona with private guide

Visit of Verona with private guide

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The city of love and opera, yet best known as the home of Romeo and Juliet. It is also a city of music, with Operas and concerts often being staged amid the suggestive backdrop of its magnificent Arena. Originally founded by the Romans, Verona later fell under the control of the noble Scaliger family, the Republic of Venice, and finally the Austrian Empire. Today, the city welcomes large numbers of visitors amid the magnificent backdrop of its surrounding hills and the Adige River, as well as its splendid marble and brickwork, which render each visit truly unforgettable.

The city of love and opera, yet best known as the home of Romeo and Juliet. It is also a city of music, with Operas and concerts often being staged amid the suggestive backdrop of its magnificent Arena. Originally founded by the Romans, Verona later fell under the control of the noble Scaliger family, the Republic of Venice, and finally the Austrian Empire. Today, the city welcomes large numbers of visitors amid the magnificent backdrop of its surrounding hills and the Adige River, as well as its splendid marble and brickwork, which render each visit truly unforgettable. Starting from piazza Brà, where the Arena has stood for centuries, visitors can admire the Liston area on one side, Palazzo Barbieri (which serves as the city hall) and the Gran Guardia on the other. Heading down via Roma, visitors will find the magnificent Castelvecchio, home of the Civic Museum. Further ahead the road is flanked by grandiose buildings, statues and archways, most of which date back to the 16th century you will get to the most beautiful piazzas of the entire Veneto region: Piazza delle Erbe. You will see the majestic Torre dei Lamberti, which stands opposite the shady façade of the Domus Mercatorum, piazza dei Signori, with its statue of Dante Alighieri, Palazzo degli Scaligeri, with the elegant Lion of Saint and the imposing Scaligere Arches, which represents an excellent example of a cemetery of honour. Heading down Via Cappello, you will make your way to Juliet’s Balcony to watch and take part in the local superstitious rites by touching the statue’s breasts and announcing our true love’s name from the balcony. You may want to linger for a while around Ponte Pietra and Castel San Pietro to enjoy the wonderful panorama of the city, or else venture over to see the Romanesque and Gothic architecture of the Duomo and the church of Sant’Anastasia. Castel San Pietro.

The price includes: Professional private guide for about 3 hours. Price is for groups up to 25 participants.

The price does not include: Tickets for museums, churches, monuments (to be paid on site). Transportation to Verona (to be arranged on request).

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