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Verona: Verona Card with Arena Priority Entrance

1. Verona: Verona Card with Arena Priority Entrance

Follow in the footsteps of Romeo and Juliet and great Roman emperors and explore the city of Verona at your own pace with a Verona Card. Valid for 24  or 48 hours (depending on the option booked), the Verona Card gives you free or reduced entrance to dozens of city museums and monuments, as well as unlimited travel on the ATV transport system. Save time and money as you go everywhere, see everything, and skip the long lines along the way. The Verona Card is an all-inclusive ticket that acts as your personal passport to the historic city. Look inside the Verona Arena, where opera is still staged on special nights. Marvel at Juliet's Balcony and read the love letters pinned to the wall of the Casa di Guilietta. Enjoy panoramic views from the top of Torre dei Lamberti (Lamberti Tower). These are just a few of the attractions on offer. See them according to your interests, and travel from one to the next on the ATV bus system. Free Entrance to Museums and Monuments: • Verona Arena (skip the line pass) • Museo Lapidario Maffeiano • Casa di Giulietta and Juliet's Balcony • Torre dei Lamberti • Museo di Castelvecchio • Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore • Complesso del Duomo • Chiesa di Santa Anastasia • Arche Scaligere • Galleria d'arte moderna Achille Forti - GAM Palazzo della Ragione • Chiesa di San Fermo Maggiore • Museo Civico di Storia Naturale • Museo degli Affreschi and Tomba di Giulietta • Museo Archeologico al Teatro Romano (MATR) • Museo della Radio Guglielmo Marconi Reduced Price Entrance: • Fondazione Museo Miniscalchi Erizzo • Museo Africano • Giardino Giusti • MusALab - Franca Rame Dario Fo

Discover Verona: City Highlights Guided Walking Tour

2. Discover Verona: City Highlights Guided Walking Tour

Meet up with your English- and German-speaking official guide in the center of the city and get ready to discover the delights of this northern Italian city. Explore the streets of Verona’s historical center, taking in the churches and palaces that have helped make this town a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site.   Your first highlight will be Romeo’s house and Juliet’s house, where you’ll learn about Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy that inspires hundreds of people to get married every year. But Verona is not only about romance and love ⁠— it’s also the most important and powerful Roman city ever built, and the Arena is proof. Built in 30 AD, the Arena is remarkably well preserved for its age. Learn about its history and how it has survived all these years.   Then, enjoy the story of Piazza Dane, the Scala family, and all the historical figures who contributed to make Verona what it is. Take a selfie with a Roman soldier at the Arena, on Adige River, in front of a glass of wine on the main square, and more.

Venice: Day Trip to Verona with Optional Bologna Tour

3. Venice: Day Trip to Verona with Optional Bologna Tour

Dig deeper into Italy's culture and history with a trip from Venice to Verona, with the option to extend your tour to Bologna. Travel by train with a guide and go on a walking tour of Verona’s main sights, such as Ponte Pietra over the Adige River, a Roman amphitheater, Lamberti Tower, and more. Depart from Venice by train accompanied by a guide. Upon arrival in Verona, follow your guide on a walking route to reflect on the artistic and architectural legacy of the Roman, Renaissance, and medieval times. Walking on the cobbled streets of Verona's UNESCO-listed historic center, observe what the daily life of its inhabitants looks like. Pass by top attractions including Piazza delle Erbe, Porta dei Borsari, Lamberti Tower, and the Verona Arena in Piazza Bra. End the walking tour by the Adige River, at the Ponte Pietra. Then, enjoy free time to explore Verona on your own. You can walk along the riverbank, take photos of its colorful streets, or enjoy an Italian aperitif (at your own expense). After the break, if you have opted for a visit to Bologna, hop on a bus with your guide to get to your next destination. Once in Bologna, set out on a guided walking tour through the largest medieval old town in Europe. See Piazza Maggiore, the Accursio Palace, and the university. At the end of the tour, make a return journey back to Venice by train.

Verona: Romeo and Juliet Guided Walking Tour

4. Verona: Romeo and Juliet Guided Walking Tour

Learn about the romance, drama and family feuds of Verona that led Shakespeare to choose the city as the setting for Romeo and Juliet. Start your guided tour at the famous Arena, which was built before Rome’s Colosseum and is still used for cultural events. Walk to Juliet's house to see the famous balcony and the statue of Juliet. Continue to Herbs Square, where you’ll find a lively market, the Lamberti Tower, and the ancient Domus Mercatorum. Next, make a stop at the historical Signori Square. See structures from the Roman through to the Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance periods. Pass through medieval courtyards on your way to the Scala Family Tombs.

Verona: Romeo and Juliet Guided Walking Tour

5. Verona: Romeo and Juliet Guided Walking Tour

Stroll through the streets that supposedly inspired the settings for William Shakespeare's most important works. Explore the city and admire its important places through the lens of the fated lovers, Romeo and Juliet. Learn about the city's history, the playwright's work, and find Romeo's House. Meet your guide in Piazza Bra, the largest square in Verona where, among many other buildings, you can admire the Verona Arena. Learn of its construction, which once housed a Roman amphitheater and now is the host of many important culture shows. Next, arrive at the 13th century Palace, where the family of Dal Capello once lived. Ponder over the possibility that this family was the inspiration for the Capulets in Shakespeare's tragedy, and gaze at the wall, scrawled with messages of love that tourists leave on their visits. Head to Piazza delle Erbe, where the Roman Forum once stood, and take in the surrounding building of many different architectural styles. Notice the Torre dei Lamberti standing out among the buildings of the old town, and marvel at its 84-meter height. Discover unknown details of Shakespeare's work before heading to Romeo's House. Closeby, visit the Arche Scaligere within a medieval palace from the 13th-century and finish the tour next to the Ponte di Piedra, a romantic enclave of the city, with views of the Roman Theater or Castel San Pietro.

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What people are saying about Lamberti Tower

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 1,317 reviews

Well worth, covers lots of good places for visits and fast tracking so less time wasted queueing , extra day for 5euros, we paid 25 for 48 hours, bootable online but need to go to Centres for card Can use the buses BUT need the bus route information in the leaflet so take advantage of this facility

The Verona Card is so convenient and I wish all the cities had this. One ticket for entry to everything you want to see including all the major churches and the city bus. The staff at the information office were super friendly and helpful.

Was so useful to have, keep in mind that ticket offices don’t always give you the card. We went to three and they didn’t… go to the main information desk in the middle next to the arena to collect. After that it was super easy!

I would strongly recommend it to anyone who wants to discover a little of Tuscany. Thank you to Sara for the great insights about places, history and best gelato in the world

The tour was really interesting and the guide was very knowledgeable and helpful! Recommend to anyone.