Verona is the city that inspired the story of Romeo and Juliet, it houses one of the oldest Roman amphitheatres in Italy in addition to its many Middle Ages and Modern History masterpieces and monuments.
Verona is still a magnet for lovers. Aesthetically pleasing, swathed in pale pink stone curling along the banks of the River Adige, streets paved with marble and lined with discreet restaurants and designer shops.
DAY 1: Italy/Verona
Departure from the chosen city to Verona. Upon arrival transfer to hotel and accommodation in private rooms. According to the time of arrival, time for individual visits. Dinner and overnight.
DAY 2: Verona – Roman town
Morning: Breakfast. Departure for the visit of the historical center, the Piazza Bra (from the German “breit” open space) located south of the Roman town & separated from it by the most ancient walls, where you can see the amphitheater Arena built in Flavian Age (I century AD.). Visit to the Museum Maffeiano, and continue to visit the Gallienus’ Walls. The most ancient walls stood eight meters further north, to the east along the existing road to Porta Leona of which you can see the inner face and the base of one of the towers, and to the west to the Adige river with the opening of Porta Borsari. Free lunch.
Afternoon: Continue to visit the Romeo and Juliet’s home, where the love of Veroneses for Shakespeare and his art has its center: the Juliet Capulet’s house. You will continue by feet to visit the central streets to admire: the Piazza delle Erbe, the ancient “forum”, the civic, political and religious focus of the Roman city, where you can see the most beautiful frescoed houses of Verona (House Mazzanti, north side), with the ancient Torre dei Lamberti, and the older one of Gardello, standing close to the impressive Palazzo Maffei, and the Ghetto. Crossing the river on the Roman bridge called “Della Pietra (stonemade)”, you arrive to the Roman Theatre. Re-crossing the Adige river, on the western side, there is the area of the Duomo, an ancient spa, where they were recovered traces of an ancient Christian basilica (IV-V century AD.) on which it was built the current basilica complex. Free time. Dinner and overnight.
DAY 3: Verona
Breakfast. Free morning, according to the departure time. Transfer to airport. Custom Formalities. End of our services.
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