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Verona: Guided Walking Tour with Fabio Massimo Rapanà

1. Verona: Guided Walking Tour with Fabio Massimo Rapanà

Stroll through Verona's city center with your local guide Fabio Massimo Rapanà. Follow the history of Verona as you walk through the city's main square, see the Palazzo del Capitano, and explore ancient Roman sights. Meet Fabio and begin your journey through Verona's history. As you stroll, hear Verona's story, starting with the Romans. See an ancient Roman bridge, gateway, a looming arch, and an archeological site. Continue to the medieval ages, and stroll through the enormous Piazza Bra, the stunning Piazza dei Signori, and the beautiful Piazza delle Erbe. See the massive Verona Arena and learn about its history. Walk past Verona's palaces, Palazzo della Ragione, Palazzo Della Scala, and Palazzo del Capitano. Marvel at the decadently decorated Loggia del Consiglio and Arche Scaligere before heading to Juliet's balcony. Discover the famous story of two star-crossed lovers and hear local secrets about them. Stroll through the main streets via Mazzini, via Cappello, and il Corso with Fabio and cross over the medieval castle bridge before returning to the starting point.

Verona: Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt and City Tour

2. Verona: Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt and City Tour

Explore Verona with an interactive smartphone scavenger hunt and self-guided walking tour. Get to know the city while solving location-based riddles. Stroll over the arches of Castelvecchio Bridge above the Adige River and see the Roman amphitheater. After downloading the tour app on your mobile device (instructions received via email after booking), you'll be led on an interactive adventure to discover 10 Verona attractions (entry inside ticketed attractions not included). Use clues at each attraction to find your next destination and challenge yourself to use logic, imagination, observation, and team spirit to complete the game. Uncover local information and facts about the city as you explore. Along the way, enjoy the freedom to pause or resume the tour whenever you want. Start playing at any time and admire the city at your own personal pace. Stop to snap as many photos as you want, or choose to take a lunch break in between. The tour route includes the Verona Arena, Porta Borsari, Juliet’s House, Piazza dei Signori, the Basilica di Santa Anastasia, the Ponte Pietra, Verona Cathedral, Ponte della Vittoria, Castelvecchio Museum, and Castelvecchio Bridge, where the tour ends.

Verona: Walking Tour with Skip-the-Line Juliet’s Balcony

3. Verona: Walking Tour with Skip-the-Line Juliet’s Balcony

Experience the beauty and history of Verona with this small group walking tour. Visit Juliet's House and see the Scala family tombs, Castelvecchio, the Arena, and more. Meet your official Verona guide in the center of the city and start your exploreation of the streets of Verona’s UNESCO World Heritage historical center. See the remarkably well-preserved Area and learn about its history and how it has survived all these years.  Next, head to Castelvecchio castle, an important military monument build by the Scala family. Stroll to Piazza delle Erbe. View Piazza Dante and the Scala family tombs. Go to Romeo and Juliet's House and look out from the world famous balcony. Find out more about Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy that inspires hundreds of people every year.

From Milan: Venice and Verona Guided Tour

4. From Milan: Venice and Verona Guided Tour

The tour departs from Milan Central Station in the early morning and crosses Lombardy to reach Venice. Situated on a marshy lagoon on the Adriatic Sea, Venice is internationally famous for its waterways and scenic canals. Upon arrival in Venice, enjoy a tour of the city’s historical center, passing by Saint Mark’s Square, the Basilica, and the beautiful Bridge of Sighs. Next, enjoy some free time to explore on your own, shop for souvenirs, and snap photos for your vacation album. Continue the tour towards Verona, known for being the setting of the love story between Romeo and Juliet. Take a stroll along the banks of the River Adige, cross the Ponte Scaliero, and admire the stunning Castelvecchio, a medieval castle built in the golden age of Verona. In the early afternoon, begin the return journey back to Milan.

From Lake Garda: Verona Full-Day Bus Tour

5. From Lake Garda: Verona Full-Day Bus Tour

Discover one of the jewels of the Italian Renaissance on a day trip to the romantic city of Verona. Choose from the different departure points on Lake Garda, and travel in comfort aboard an air-conditioned bus. Upon arrival in the city center, admire one of the best preserved monuments of the Roman Empire — the Arena — still used for concerts and events today. Then, walk to Piazza dei Signori and Piazza Erbe, before reaching Juliet's House. Admire the balcony under which, in Shakespeare's tragedy, Romeo declared his eternal love to his beloved. Discover how the city developed over the centuries from your guide. Learn about the remaining artistic elements of different historical periods, including the medieval Castelvecchio, and the tombs of the Scaligeri family. Admire the Roman bridge over the Adige River that runs throughout the city, before strolling along the lively Via Mazzini at your own pace. Enjoy the many shops and boutiques, before returning to Lake Garda in the afternoon.

From Milan: Private Verona City Highlights Tour

6. From Milan: Private Verona City Highlights Tour

Travel to the hills of Verona on the Adige river with this day trip from Milan. Explore the highlights of this ancient city with a local guide. Admire sights like 14th century Scaligero castle and a first century Roman theater. Enjoy the convenience of being picked at your accommodation in Milan. Sit back and relax on the scenic drive through the Italian countryside to Verona. Make your way to the historic center. Stroll by the imposing Scaligero castle, a Roman amphitheater from 30 AD, and Juliet's house which is said to have inspired Shakespeare's balcony scene in 'Romeo and Juliet.' Learn the history of the city which became Roman colony in 89 BC and was engaged with conflicts with the Ostrogoths, the Lombards, and the Franks. Find out about the city's rulers and about the master artist Paolo Caliari. Hear about the city's occupation by Napoleon in 1797. Uncover how the city was rebuilt after WWII. Spend some free time exploring to city where you will have time to purchase lunch at a local restaurant. Return to your accommodation in Milan at th end of your tour.

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What people are saying about Castelvecchio Bridge

What a fun day in Verona! we didn't have much time, but wanted to see the most important places in the city. So, we decided to do a cityhunt with worldcitytrail and it was really great!!! Nice walk through the city with interesting information without a rush. We just walked with our pace and the riddles were not too difficult, some nicely challenging!! but, giving a picture with the solutions would be nice, so you don't only get the code.... or maybe we didn't find the feature!? highly recommended!

I did the treasure hunt in Verona! It was a great pastime and I had a lot of fun! A great way to visit the city in a few hours. I will definitely do it again in other locations!

Really well done. But you have to take your time: about 2 1/2 hours

A great experience! Also recommended for young people! :D