Do you believe in love at first sight? Maybe yes, maybe not, but the first time you are in Verona, you will taste it, and believe it or not, you will feel it.
It is a city that celebrates Shakespeare love with centuries and you will find it in every stone, in every cookie smell, in every nuance, and in every song of the birds. You will smell the taste of love and tragedy and sense the charm and the elegance between the ancient and the modern elements.
Verona is one of the seven provincial capitals of the region and the second largest city municipality I the region. Also is the one of the main tourist destinations in Northern Italy.
Verona is declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, because of the architecture and urban structure. Once you are in Verona you will notice many historical monuments and structures that are the main sights of this city. It is famous for the Roman amphitheater and the Ponte di Pietra, that is another Roman landmark.
You should also visit the Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore, the church from the Roman time, and all the other cathedrals from that time as Basilica of San Lorenzo, Santa Maria Antica, and Sant’ Anastasia.
The most famous plays from Shakespeare, are also set in Verona, like Romeo and Juliet and the Two Gentlemen of Verona,that are the main reason to lure many visitors to Verona and the surrounding cities.
You will have an enjoyable day in the romantic and enchanting city of Verona. Your guide will show you the famous balcony of Romeo and Juliet, where Romeo express his wide heart to his beloved Juliet of Capuleti.
The visit will continue to the main masterpieces of Verona, where you will see the famous Roman amphitheater and more of the Roman churches, and you will have time to enjoy in the marvelous Piazza Mercato and explore the magnificently architectural monuments.
Later you can have a lunch in the lovely Verona’s restaurants and after that, you will take a ride to the small enchanting village of Sirmione. There you will have an exclusive chance to take a boat tour on the wonderful Lake Garda.
Duration: 12 hours