Spring in the beautiful Verona
Verona, the city of love and Shakespeare, during the springtime is a marvelous setting for lovers and history enthusiasts, with its cafes, piazzas and monuments offering a delightful blend of culture and adventure. The city has a lot to offer, with its beautiful monuments and stunning scenery. The famous Arena di Verona is one of the most important Roman amphitheaters in the world. It was built around 30 AD and can accommodate up to 20,000 spectators.
We have prepared for you a short list of attractions and must-see places in Verona.
VERONA TOWN CENTRE
It is the Piazza dell'Arena di Verona, one of the symbolic places of the city. In addition to the Roman amphitheater, the large space is delimited by the ancient municipal walls, by the neoclassical facade of Palazzo Barbieri, the seat of the Town Hall, by the Palazzo della Gran Guardia and by the Liston, the wide sidewalk in front of the colorful buildings of the Venetian era.
Basilica di San Zeno
Duomo di San Zeno or St. Zeno's Cathedral is one of the most important monuments in Verona and it's situated in Piazza del Popolo square. It was built in 1075 and it's dedicated to Saint Zeno.
This is an amphitheater which was built in 30 BC. You can visit it and watch performances which are still held there today. If you visit this place during summer months, you will also be able to attend opera performances that are held there.
GARDA LAKE AMUSEMENT PARKS
The amusement park with its games for children is located in the narrowest point of the lake, at 7.5 km from the lake Garda and Verona. It is called Gardaland, by the way it offers a unique experience, the games are all interactive, thanks to the industry and technology of contemporary themes.