What to see: Verona

Laura Comin

Here are my favorite spots in Verona

What to see: Verona

By Laura Comin
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Here are my favorite spots in Verona
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  • Piazza dei Signori
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    • laura_comin In the middle of this Plaza you can admire a monument for Dante Alighieri. You can get here from Piazza delle Erbe, walking past Torre dei Lamberti, and under Arco della Costa. If you look at the archway you can see a big Bone, who is said to be of a whale (nobody is really sure). The legend says that if you are a liar and you walk under the archway the bone is supposed to fall on your head. And that's when I figured that I am no liar 😉

         
  • Porta Borsari
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    • laura_comin This is one of the doors that were used to enter the city of Verona. In 1882 the city was struck by a large flood, which led to the construction of banks that changed the face of the ancient city, sweeping away the mills and the landing places on the river. On the sides of Porta Borsari you can see some engraved lines that indicates the level of the water during the flood.

         
  • Castelvecchio Castello Scaligero
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    • laura_comin Castelvecchio (Old Castle) is a medieval fortress located in the historic center of Verona and it is currently used as the seat of the homonymous civic museum.

         
  • Castelvecchio Bridge
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  • Ponte della Vittoria
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    • laura_comin This is an imposing Bridge that connects the Historic District with the Modern District. It was built to celebrate the victory of World War I.

         
  • Castel San Pietro
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    • laura_comin From up here you can see Verona. To get to the top you can either walk or pay 1 euro to use the cable railway.

         
  • Ponte Pietra
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    • laura_comin One of the prettiest Bridges in Verona. When the sun sets it's beautiful.

         
  • Torre dei Lamberti
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    • laura_comin From up here you can see Verona.

         
  • Piazza delle Erbe
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    • laura_comin This is a very pretty Plaza. You can have an aperitivo here, but beware, in this plaza is very expensive.

         
  • Verona Arena
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    • laura_comin The Famous Arena. She is shorter than the Colosseo in Rome, but is still Beautiful.

         
  • Juliet's House
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    • laura_comin Here you can see Giulietta's House. There is also a Statue of Giulietta and you can touch one of her breasts for good luck.