Verona, the city of love, setting of Romeo and Juliet, has many squares, monuments, theatres and museums.
Starting from the most famous, such as the Arena, Basilica of San Zeno, Piazza Brà and Castelvecchio Museum, the centre of Verona enchants visitors with its beautiful features.
A pleasant walk along the shopping streets, a fabulous dinner and an opera performance will complete a memorable stay.
There are many prestigious events in Verona: Vinitaly (when the world of wine comes to Verona), Fieracavalli (dedicated to all horse lovers, professionals or not), Tocatì (international street games festival), Verona in Love (with markets and events to celebrate St Valentine’s Day), Bacanàl del Gnoco (Verona’s carnival) and food and wine festivals.
The Arena di Verona, Teatro Filarmonico and the Roman Theatre have busy annual schedules, hosting operas, live concerts, plays and musical events.
From the famous Aida, Nabucco and Tosca, operas, ballets and the concerts of musical icons come to Verona one after the other to entertain and excite us.
Tradition comes to life with the Christmas market in Piazza dei Signori, the Santa Lucia market in Piazza Brà (with over 300 stalls selling typical sweets and presents), the international nativity scene exhibition in the Arena, and Rinaldo Olivieri’s shooting star which launches itself from the amphitheatre into the square.
There are many famous restaurants in Verona and the province. Here are some suggestions for where you can enjoy typical local specialties:
Verona also has several exclusive boutiques. Here are a few where you might like to purchase something:
For a drink on Lake Garda, we suggest Mezzo Clubbing in Bardolino (Borgo Cavour, 37, 37011 Bardolino VR - 347 047 4647).
For event planning, contact Eventi Srl (Via Carlo Cattaneo, 14, 37121 Verona VR - +39 045 803 91 56).