Verona Warnings and Dangers

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  • 1. Other

    Most attractions and other buildings, some shops etc will be closed on a Monday But don't worry, there's still plenty to see and do, especially a lazy walk between the piazzas or some people watching...

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  • 2. Pick Pockets

    This is Portoni della Bra, the City Gate - entrance into the Centro Storico of Verona. This part of the town is very crowded with thousands of tourists, also it is crowded with pickpockets too. Be...

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  • 3. Traffic

    Do not drive all around the arena, since you may get ticketed. There are unidentified places where it is tourist-pedestrian only, and no vehicles allowed, but the markings would not show that for you...

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  • 4. Noise at night

    I don't think it would be a good idea to live right in back of the Arena in the summer. After the opera is over and all the spectators have left, they turn on...

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  • 5. It's a long way from the station......

    ...to Piazza Bra, where one might say Verona's historical centre 'starts'.I'm a great walker, but even I thought this was too far (probably around 15 minutes'...

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  • 6. Slippery streets

    Walking along Via Mazzini (the main route from Piazza Bra into the historical centre) I realised how very smooth and worn the marble street surface is.It's...

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  • 7. Beware gladiators!

    You'll find 'gladiators' lurking around Verona's Arena in the same way as you find them lurking around Rome's Colosseum.I surreptitiously watched them for a...

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  • 8. Be careful crossing the street

    I was in Verona at the end of almost 5 weeks in Italy and I had become accustomed to drivers respecting the pedestrians in crosswalks. Well this is not true in...

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  • 9. Verona - very safe town

    Verona is very safe place, you can walk around all alone day or night and nothing will happened to you. In fact, according to the police statistics, it is one...

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  • 10. Beauty with Rough Edges

    Verona felt like a safe city, and felt much smaller and friendlier than its quarter of a million inhabitants would suggest. The busy streets were lined with...

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  • 11. A bit more risky with Verona-supporters

    A bit more risky to go a Verona-game, but still quite safe. Stay away from the curva sud if you aren’t used to the life there, and remember that it could be...

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  • 12. Breakfast included...for 5 Euro each

    This is a warning, not a danger...unless you eat the donut !!Our hotel offered an option of breakfast, at 5 euro per person, and I stupidly convinced Ma Kettle...

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