La Tana

Vicolo Volto Cittadella 8, Verona, 37122, Italy
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Historic Verona seen from across the riverHistoric Verona seen from across the river

Verona seen from the top of Torre dei LambertiVerona seen from the top of Torre dei Lamberti

Inside the ArenaInside the Arena

Where the people walkWhere the people walk

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Restaurantes

by TonyJarrey

Which Restaurants in Verona provide a diabetic course on their menus ?

Re: Restaurants

by effeti

I'm a bit confused. My mom has diabetis and, as long as she avoids sweets (desserts) can moderately eat whatever she wants... Or is there a more severe form that force to avoid something else? But, if so, the diabetic should know what to avoid, and easily choose from the manu at any restaurant.
Sorry if I misundertood.
Francesco

Travel Tips for Verona

San Pietro Hill

by montezaro

San Pietro Hill is situated on the left bank of the river Adige, right above the Archaeological Museum and Roman Theatre. The top of the hill dominates the Castle of San Pietro, which was forticitacion built by the times of Austrian rule of the town of Verona.
It definetely worth to visit because you will be aworded by the magnificent view of the historic centre of Verona and its close surroundings.

The Adige river

by Azhut

I found Verona a very fashinating town not only for its wonderful monuments and historical works but also because of its river the Adige. When you have time to explore better the town I suggest a walking along the river where you can enjoy a beautiful view of Teatro romano and San Pietro, one of the surroundings area of Verona.

Piazza Bra - Arena

by croisbeauty

The Arena covers an elliptical site measuring 456 feet by 360 feet, and the dimensions of the pit are 243 feet by 144 feet. The load-bearing structure consists of concrete and rubble with an external facing of brick and stone quarried from the hills around the town. This combination of materials produces an attractive colour contrast.

Verona Pass

by sandysmith

It was surprising to learn that several of Verona's churches and the Duomo had an entrance fee so If you're planning to visit several churches and museums invest in a Verona Pass but remember nearly everything is closed on Mondays. Verona Card valid for one day costs 8 Euro three days costs 12 Euro - for free entry to museums, churches and monuments in the city and free travel on the local AMT bus services.
Over 3 days we visited 9 of the 15 valid attractuions (such as Juliet's house, tomb, the arena and the lamberti tower) and had saved on our euros.

Mountain activities

by Sjalen

If you haven't already realised it as you arrive by plane or by maybe train from the north, climbing Torre dei Lamberti or even the height of the Arena will quickly make you realise how close the Alps are to the city (you might need to click on this pic to see it). This means that there are plenty of opportunities for hiking and cycling in the mountains.

I haven't made a separate tip for this so: if you are a windsurfer instead, you could visit nearby Lake Garda which is great for it. The tourist offices in the region will be able to tell you where to find cycle rental and other gear you might need.

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