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  • 1. The day trips

    I have just one day, or just few hours... What is a real must see? How many time we visist a city, even deserving more, but we don't have the time to see it at the right (slow) pace. It's a pity,...

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  • 2. The highlights

    The Scaliger period of Verona is one of great political influence, economic power and territorial expansion, it was the golden age of Verona. During medieval times the fight for dominance of Verona...

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  • 3. The Piazza's

    Palazzo Barbieri occupying large space at Piazza Bra, it is neo-Classical structure built on the site of demolished Misericordia hospital. The palace was built from 1835 to 1848 by Giuseppe Barbieri...

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  • 4. The overviews

    The west bank of the river Adige and the old core of the town. This is the real heart of the historical centre of Verona with al major spots and the most significant monuments of the town. There are...

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  • 5. The streets & the parks

    This garden belongs to the 16th century Palazzo Giusti. It is one of the finest late Renaissance gardens in the whole of Italy, and dates from 1580. The garden is divided in two sections, the lower...

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  • 6. The legends

    The house belonged to the Capulets, the powerful medieval Veronese family. From the internal courtyard, which is always overcrowded by the tourists from all over the world, you can see the famous...

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  • 7. Bicycle lanes

    Though you often have to ride on the street with the automobiles, Verona does have some bicycle lanes, such as this one on the Ponte Nuovo (New Bridge).Second...

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  • 8. Free bikes

    As a tourist you can get a free bike for the day (but not the evening) from the tourist information office at the main railway station Verona Porta Nuova. I...

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  • 9. Renting a bicycle

    If your hotel doesn't provide free bikes, you can rent one from a bicycle shop called Zanchi on Corso Cavour.I haven't tried this, but I did go in and have a...

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  • 10. Mounted police

    In Verona, as in Paris, some of the police now patrol on bicycles at least during the summer months.Second photo: Police on bicycles by the Teatro...

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  • 11. Cycling with dogs

    Unlike the dogs in Amsterdam, which have been trained to sit primly in the bicycle baskets while their owners ride around the city, the dogs in Verona prefer to...

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  • 12. Limited traffic zone

    The historical center of Verona is closed to most automobile traffic much of the time, which makes it pleasant for pedestrians and cyclists.People who live in...

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  • 13. Cycling in Verona

    Verona is a very pleasant city for bicycle riding, and lots of people do it. The best way to see the city in my opinion is to keep riding around and take...

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  • 14. Free Wi-fi hotspots in Verona

    The Municipality is introducing a free wi-fi service.Free for everyone (18+), BUT (due to an Italian law forbidding anonymous accesses) you have to register...

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  • 15. Verona Card - a must buy

    If you're wanting to catch all the sites in Verona and save some cash you'd be mad not to buy the Verona Card. It will get you entry into the arena, the tower,...

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  • 16. Verona Card: the best way to enjoy Verona!

    One of the things we didn't like about Florence was that it seemed we always had our hands in our pockets because everywhere we went we had to pay an entry fee....

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  • 17. William Shakespeare - "Romeo and Juliet"

    William Shakespeare"THERE IS NO WORLD WITHOVT VERONA WALLS,BVT PVRGATORY, TORTVRE, HELL ITSELFHENCE BANISHED IS BANISH'D FROM THE WORLD,AND WORLD'S EXILE IS...

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  • 18. Arena

    The arena 'Hemicycle theater' is in the second size in Italy (The first is Rome.) which is still used. I heard that the outdoors opera is grandly held in...

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  • 19. Bicycle parking

    Of all the cities I have cycled in recently, Verona comes the closest to having adequate numbers of state-of-the-art bicycle stands in places where they are...

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  • 20. Verona's History

    Verona history begun before the romans, that's sure, but it's not exactly clear where its original inhabitants came from.Then it was roman, barbaric (longobard...

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  • 21. Internet

    Internet Train is a cheap place to use the internet, they have 3 stores in Verona. Two on Via Roma (17 - has 20 PCs and 28a - has 4 PCs), and one on Via San...

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  • 22. Statues

    One thing that I have always appreciate is to look at the monuments and statues dedicated to famous men and woman. Honestly I don' t know who the man in the...

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  • 23. The Duomo

    The Duomo is an impressive romanesque style's building. It was built in the XII century close to the Adige river. Although it was remodelled in successive...

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  • 24. Cangrande I della Scala, Lord of Verona

    Cangrande della Scala is the most important of the Scaligeri's family. Known for his militar conquests, he became the Lord of Verona in 1329 after the dead of...

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  • 25. River Adige

    Verona is located on banks of river Adige. After a short period of French domination, in 1801 Verona fell under Austrian rule and for a few years the river...

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