Verona Tour FAQs

How to Reach Verona?

1. By Air: Most Verona vacation packages will include a flight to the local Valerio Catullo Airport. The city is well connected through various destinations within Italy and Europe.
2. By Train: You can also take a train to the Verona Porta Nuova if you are travelling inside Europe or Italy. The station is connected to all the top Italian trains like Eurostar, DB trains and intercity.
3. By Bus: Verona is also connected via bus services to all the nearby towns, and the bus terminal is in front of Verona Porta Nuova railway station.
4. By Car: If travelling by road, take the A4 Serenissima Milan - Venice, A22 Brenner - Modena motorway, exiting at the Verona sud.

What is the best time to visit Verona?

The most popular time for Verona Tours is the summer, from July to August, due to the driest time of the year. You might get to see an opera show at the Arena scheduled from July to September. This time of the year is well known for its amazing outdoor activities and water sports. Book your Verona Tour Packages during this period and enjoy various events and festivals as well.

What are the best things to do in Verona?

1. Enjoy Opera at Verona Arena: Watch an operas show at this historic elliptical-shaped Roman amphitheatre. The Arena holds an opera festival from July to September. You can spend a beautiful evening watching a series of classic opera performances like The Barber of Seville, La Traviata, and Tosca, Camen.
2. Explore Castel San Pietro: Take a staircase from Ponte Pietra near the Roman theatre, and you will reach Castel San Pietro at Colle San Pietro. You will see a well-preserved Roman temple along with the leftovers of the Austrian army base built on the destroyed Saint Peter's church. You can sit on the hilltop and enjoy the scenic view of Scaliger town from here.
3. Discover Juliet's House: Take a trip to Juliet's house in Piazza Delle Erbe and get a picture clicked on the famous Juliet's balcony. The house is supposed to be the heroine's residence in Romeo & Juliet's ill-fated love story by Shakespeare. Another popular thing here is to touch the breasts of Juliet's bronze statue in the courtyard to bring luck.
4. Visit Ponte Pietra: Visit the five-arch bridge across the Adige river in Ponte Pietra. The place is full of Roman and ancient war history reflected by the mix of original white stone and the replaced new ones. You can walk over the bridge and spend some time watching the beautiful sunset and the hills.

What are the top attractions to visit in Verona?

1. Casa di Giulietta: Juliet's house, or Casa di Giulietta located close to central Piazza Erbe, comes in reference to Romeo & Juliet's tragic story set in the background of Verona. The balcony mentioned in the story and Juliet's bronze statue are one of the top places in Verona vacation packages.
2. Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore: The beautiful monument with a facade made of brick and tufa stone attracts a lot of architectural lovers. It is the place where San Zeno was buried, and you will also find a church in the sanctum of the building.
3. Arche Scaligere: Gothic funerary monuments built for the Della Scala family are guarded by a wrought iron fence. You will see the arks or tombs of Cangrande I Della Scala and some illustrious representatives.

Is Verona worth visiting?

You can totally dig for some Verona vacation packages if you want to see beautiful architecture at Ponte Pietra, Arche Scaliger or watch an opera at the Arch. Authentic food and wine at Piazza Bra, Loggia del Consiglio and its reference to William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet make Verona worth visiting.

What are the places to visit in Verona with kids?

1. Piazza Delle Erbe: You can take your kids to learn about Roman history at Palazzo Maffei, St. Mark's Lion, and Torre del Gardello while in Piazza Delle Erbe. Head to grab some food and drink from one of the open-air restaurants and later walk down the market and be a part of the lively crowd near the central fountain.
2. Torre dei Lamberti: Here you will see the two famous alarming bells, Marangona and Rengo, along with the giant wall clock with an octagonal dome and marble arches. Walk to the top of this tower to get a fantastic view of the city centre, where your kids can capture beautiful scenic photos of the beautiful city.
3. Giardino Giusti: A beautiful stop for all Verona Tours is to admire the factory-turned-gardens near the Adige river. A unique experience for kids will be the interesting hedge maze and eight different squares with decorative designs.

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