Verona is the third-largest city in northeast Italy famous for its Juliet's Balcony
Starting from Piazza Delle Erbe you can do a city tour before the sunset when the evening comes you can continue your tour to this city downtown Piazza Dei Signori
Via Mazzini is the main shopping street of the city which located in Centro Storico and do not forget to feel the real taste of Verona, Bigoli
You may head to Ristorante Il Desco to try other authentic Italian dishes and spent some nights in Due Torri Hotel
Start your nightlife in Archivio and complete your visit to Verona by taking some snaps in Castel San Pietro
Wandering around Piazza Delle Erbe is such a good start to explore the Verona because of this square full of old brick buildings that created a unique ancient city atmosphere. The city landmark is easily reached within a few minute's walks in this plaza such as the Palace of Cansignorio, Lodge of Consiglio, Piazza Dei Signori, Fontana Madonna Verona, and many more.
Piazza Dei Signori is where the city crowd taking place and always packed with locals and tourists since this square is surrounded by city's landmarks such as Palazzo Della Ragione, Palazzo Domus Nova, Casa Della Pietà, and many more. There is a large statue by the famous Italian poet Dante Alighieri the square since 1865 which makes this square also called “Piazza Dante”. You can easily find cafes, restaurants, and bars in this square.
When it comes to the shopping center in Verona, Centro Storico will come along with that. The main shopping street is situated in Via Mazzini where the stores of high-end brands mingling such as H&M, Valentino, and other brands that not available in the UK and US such as Calzedonia and Stradivarius.
Mark your visit to Verona by having a plate of Bigoli. It is the thicker version of spaghetti which make from buckwheat like Japanese udon and served along with salted sardines and onion but you can choose freely choose your favorite toppings like pieces of meat from duck, donkey, or horse.
The culture of the city most influenced by Roman rule since this city is an important trade port at that time. But France and Austria also take part in giving influence to Verona's culture through the colonial era. Nowadays Verona is the perfect place to learn Italian because of this city rich in culture due to its history.
The best time to visit Verona is from May to October since the weather not cold and most suitable to watch the evening performance in Verona Arena which held June through August.
Due Torri Hotel is a five-star hotel in Verona that has excellent service and famous as the best-staying place in Verona by domestic and foreign guests. The hotel has a spacious room with classy Italian furniture which complete by hand-crafted marble in a warm tone, mosaic decor, and high-quality textiles. on the other hand, Hotel Accademia located in the city center offers Verona's city skyline from the windows. The warm light and classy modern decor will embrace your fatigue after doing the city tour.
Ristorante Il Desco has been served an authentic Italian dish for more than 30 years in elegance and traditional way and winning star from the Michelin guide. The restaurant has a contemporary atmosphere created by its paintings that hanging on the wall. But when you want to taste home-cooking meals in Verona, you may head to Osteria la Fontanina which built their business from 200 years ago. The restaurant offers cooking based meat and fish which come along with wine to your table.
Caffè Borsari is famous for its great coffee which reasonable price and friendly service from the staff. You have to come to this cafe early in the morning and having a bite of the warm croissant to start your day. But when you are craving for something sweet, you may head to Pasticceria Barini and order Torta di Giulietta. This cafe starts baking its pastries since 50 years ago and still preserved its original ingredients until today.
Archivio is the right place to go when you are looking for a glass of aromatic cocktail or you can order special mixed-beer which suitable to your taste buds. This is a relatively small bar located in the side street of Via Rossa which has a vibrant atmosphere, perfectly nice bar to start your nightlife. On the other hand, Terrazza Bar Al Ponte offers you a great water view over the Ponte Pietra bridge. They started serving good wines since the beginning of the 19th century and still maintain its quality until today.
You have to make sure that visiting Verona Arena is a part of your plan when in Verona. This arena is built in the first century which well-preserved by the government and still held many cultural events until today. Furthermore, Giardino Giusti is such a good place to do the city escape and get some relax time among the green. It is an Italian garden which builds in the 16th century which has a beautiful view from its terraces and maze.
Juliet's House is build to make the imagination of the Romeo & Juliet story lovers becomes real. It is an old house in Verona which belongs to the Dal Capello family similar to Juliet's family, Capulets. There is no link between the building and the original story, but this place attracts many tourists and you can learn more about the history of this place in the museum inside. Complete your visit to Verona by taking some snaps in Castel San Pietro while having a leisure walk toward the hill in the afternoon. Its iconic cypress trees along with the majestic 14th-century fortress will not disappoint your followers on Instagram once you upload it on your feed.