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Verona, one of the most prosperous cities in northern

Italy, is constantly expanding, the interaction between the classic and the new lending it a special charm difficult to resist for tourists. Known due to the romance between Romeo and Juliet, the city annually attracts millions of tourists whom it offers many tourist attractions, as it deserved to be included on UNESCO’s heritage list..

What to see in Verona?

Casa di Giulietta
Since we started the story with Shakespeare’s tragedy, you cannot miss Juliet’s House, one of the oldest edifices in town dating back to the fourteenth century and a true example of Gothic architecture. All those who set off on the pilgrimage of lovers and sufferers have to buy a 6-euro ticket and can leave letters to Juliet, but they can also do it by emails from the computers inside, which will necessarily be answered by “Juliet’s assistants”.

Piazza bra
The square that offers some attractions which you see by walking around the central garden with the artesian fountain. See the Philharmonic Academy of 1543, which has rare collections of manuscripts and musical instruments, the Philharmonic Theatre, and the Barbieri Palace, which now houses the City Hall of the city. Do not miss the Verona Arena, the largest amphitheatre of Northern Italy, specially built for gladiator battles.

Via Mazzini
It’s a holiday for shopping lovers in Verona, the city offering them a wealth of renowned shops that you find on Mazzini street, which runs between Piazza Bra and Piazza delle Erbe. Do not miss the Disney store, to the children’s delight, and Corso Santa Anastasia street is waiting for you with numerous antique shops where you can find and buy authentic masterpieces.

The Piazza dei Signori
Or Piazza Dante, former medieval political centre. The Lamberti Tower, 83 m high, offers a beautiful view of the city, you can climb up the justice scale to admire the best panorama.

Church of Santa Anastasia
The largest church in Verona built of red brick, in Gothic style, between the 13th and the 15th centuries and located in the medieval centre of the city.

Five top restaurants in Verona

We will finish off with delicious dishes, so after (or before) visiting historical places, do not miss the places that are able to match your appetite, taste and style. Because a taste of local dishes will make you want to stay more in this city, for a gourmet tour.

Restaurant Il Desco 
It is located right next to Juliet’s House. It is actually a palace where you can taste the elegant flavors of gourmet dishes signed by chef Elia Rizzo. Benefiting from a star from the Michelin guide, Il Desco offers, amongst others, a tasting menu for those who want to try out all the traditional and innovative ingredients that Rizzo uses.

Casa Perbellini 
It has a kitchen open to the sight, so guests can watch the preparation process of the dishes they have ordered. Because the dining room accommodates only 24 guests, it promotes an intimate atmosphere - just perfect for romantic couples. With two Michelin stars, Chef Perbellini is one of Italy’s most famous chefs.

Osteria la Fontanina 
Owners Nicola and Marta Tapparini have been running the restaurant since 1984, trying to serve creative dishes of meat and fish. If you get there, do not miss the venetian-style Baccalà served with polenta.

Pizzeria al Tagio da Zio Lele 
Here you can enjoy more than 50 types of pizza. Having a daily program, the restaurant also delivers if you do not want to leave the hotel room. This pizzeria uses only the freshest ingredients, as well as dairy products from the Veronese mountains.

Ristorante Oseleta 
It serves dishes inspired by venetian traditions. Flavors come packed with carefully selected wines and the meeting place offers indescribable views of the Veronese hills.