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Anyone traveling to Italy should seriously consider spending at least a few days in Verona to experience some of its great monuments, ruins, and castles. The Arena di Verona, Amphitheatre, and Ponte Vecchio are all must-see attractions for anyone traveling to Verona. Verona is one of Italy's top travel destinations. Explore this Verona travel guide to find out more about all the great things to see and do there.
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The Residenza San Faustino close to the Roman Theatre is a great place to stay for a visit in Verona. The adress is Corticello San Faustino 7, 37219 Verona. It is a bit hard to find, since it is in a small courtyard, only to be reached via some one-ways. Rather get off the cab at the main streat and take a short walk (maybe 100m). The Residenza is a small B&B, the breakfast is "continental", which means coffee, brioches, bread, butter, marmelade, cheese and ham. Nothing fancy, but enough. The people are very nice and the rooms have A/C!!! Very important in the summer. Try to get tickets for the opera. Get the upperlevel tickets for 26 Euro, sit on the stones. Don't forget a pillow, a blanket, a raincoat, some wine, fruits, bread, salami and cheese.. and have a great time listening to Aida, Tosca or Nabucco!!
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Verona knows perfectly well wherefore it is popular: a history going back to the Romans, a position that made it a prize in European and Italian power struggles, and some of the finest Roman, Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance architecture you’ll find anywhere on the peninsula. The name of Verona is also known throughout the world because of Shakespeare's tragedy, Romeo and Juliet. The places where, according to the tradition, the two young lovers lived and died are visited by thousands of tourists and lovers every year. There is the Juliet's House (La Casa di Giulietta, once owned by the Dal Cappello, or Capulet, family. A small marble balcony records the most famous verses of Shakespeare's tragedy, in which Romeo declares his love for Juliet as she stands on the balcony.
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