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From EUR 49

Verona Walking tour + Skip-the-line Verona Arena guided tour

Discover in two and half hours the spectacular city of Verona, a UNESCO heritage site and the City of love told by Shakespeare, walking around with a friendly guide, between important monuments, busy squares and enchanting hidden streets. Learn about the old legends of the town and the local lifestyle with some useful tips explained by our local guide.

Enter with our local guide and let yourself be surprised by the great Roman amphitheater built in pink marble in the first century A.D. and listen to the anecdotes and curiosities that our authorized guide will tell you about his long and extraordinary history.

WHEN: from Tuesday to Sunday, at 10:00 am

WHERE: Veronality InfoPoint in Stradone Porta Palio, 23 for Verona Walking Tour; Arena Gate number 5 (next to the ticket office) for the Arena Tour

NOTE: during this tour - package the Arena tour will be immediately after the Walking tour in the city center

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Meeting Point

Discover the best of Verona during these two combined tours, explore the city of Love with a professional tour guide and let yourself be surprised admiring the Arena, the great Roman amphitheater.

Arrive at Veronality InfoPoint in the city centre of Verona and meet our informed and friendly guide with the rest of the small group. From here you will start exploring the town with a first stop in Piazza Brà and the Arena di Verona. Admire the I century b.C roman amphitheatre' architecture from the outside and learn about the old games of gladiators. Today Arena is setting for International Festivals, Music events and the famous Opera Lirica.  Enjoy a pleasant walk between the lanes to learn about the old town walls and other monuments from Romans times and Middle Ages, reliving the story of the past.
After taking some memorable photos of ancient roman ruins or some beautiful squares, you will reach the House and Balcony of Juliet, to remember the famous love stories of old times, Romeo&Juliet, written by William Shakespeare. Then follow our guide to the central Piazza Erbe before heading back to the Office or continuing the exploration on your own.

Then, reach the meeting point of the second tour and enter the grand amphitheater and visit one of the world’s great open-air concert venues with a licensed local tour guide. Look beyond the façade of the pink marble monument on Piazza Bra, and hear stories of gladiators and famous operas from its extraordinary history. Built in the 1st century AD from pink-tinged marble, the great theater survived an earthquake in the 12th century and is still the city’s favorite opera hall. Your guide will tell you little known stories, and reveal facts normally concealed in the mighty stonework. Discover one of the best preserved of all the Roman amphitheaters on an entertaining and fun tour.


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