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Even though taking a gondola ride through the channels of Venice might be something most people picture when you mention ‘Italy’ and ‘romance’ in the same context, Verona is a true yet often underrated city of love in this part of Italy. Well-known for Shakespeare’s tragedy as well as all dramatic family feuds and the forbidden love between Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, this specific city truly brings amazing stories both in historical and simply fictive storytelling. Let’s check them out! #verona #travel #italy #romantic #history

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What To See?
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What To See?

While in Verona, simply take a nice walk and allow yourself to discover its amazingly beautiful streets and everything they offer. The first and the most famous stop is Verona’s own version of the Colosseum in Rome, the Arena that was constructed in 30 AD. Its remarkable structure has stood for thousands of years, preserving the people plenty of shows and games that have been held there. As we have already said, this is one of the well-known places where musical shows and concerts still take their place – plus, an excellent amphitheatre whose architecture you can admire from the inside too.

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Castle Vecchio is a quite valuable structure constructed in 1354. It happened to be one of the biggest achievements of engineering for the Scaliger dynasty that used to serve as a primary mode of defence for Verona. Inside of the castle was turned into a museum dedicated to the rich historical background of this area. Ponte di Castle Vecchio was the world’s longest bridge of its kind at the time when they built it. It is connected to the castle Vecchio as well as decorated in the same style. #travel #castle #verona #italy #vecchio

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Piazza Delle Erbe is another important place in Verona we have already mentioned – the city, in general, contains a great amount of charming little squares where the Piazza Delle Erbe happens to be the most famous one. It is shaped like a diamond and you will find it in the heart of Verona’s historical centre. On the other hand, Giusti Gardens are a perfect spot for those who love to enjoy some green surfaces as well as some beautiful landscape architecture’s achievements. #travel #piazza #verona #italy #gardens

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If you don’t feel like walking around the city anymore, but you still got some time left, take a one-day trip to lake Garda. It comes as one of the biggest lakes in Italy as well as a quite popular holiday destination because of its excellent climate conditions, amazing scenery and all the attractions available there. You can even take the boat ride over the lake or maybe visit one of those charming places on Garda’s shores like Bardolino or Sermione. #travel #lake #nature #garda #attractions

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City Of Forbidden Love
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City Of Forbidden Love

One of the reasons that have increased the popularity of this amazingly beautiful city is definitely William Shakespeare. To be precise, a couple of his plays are actually set in Verona – with Romeo & Juliet as the most known one, of course. Out of that reason, most visitors come because they want to see the Casa di Giulietta. After entering the yard, you can see the supposed building from that famous scene when Juliet talks to Romeo over his balcony. #travel #love #verona #italy #shakespeare

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