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Verona 3 hour walking tourPrice: 461,54 €
On this walking tour we enter the famous courtyard of Juliet's house and see her legendary balcony to discover that love, passion, sacrifice, courage, tenderness, dedication are timeless emotions.
We see also Romeo's house and Prince Escalo's burial place. We enjoy colours and sounds of the piazza Erbe, where Medieval towers and ancient palazzi with frescoes and statues overlook an everyday market. Beside it, piazza dei Signori is instead quiet, elegant and has a charme of its own.
We won't miss Castelvecchio: a very special castle where Medieval history, contemporary architecture and the riverside scenery wonderfully mix together.
And, last but not least, the incredible Arena: the best preserved amphitheatre of the Roman Empire, place of cruel gladiator fights in the past and, nowadays, the largest Opera stage. . . in the world!
Arena di Verona Opera Ticket PackagePrice: 56,00 €
Absolutely a must for Opera lovers, the Arena di Verona Ticket package will give you a complete oppurtunity to partecipate at the Opera evening performance, discover Verona city, enjoy Piazza Bra and use the public transport as wished. Included also a tour of Verona with official City Guide (1 hour, start at 6 pm). Retire your package at gate n16 of the Arena, open from 5:45pm to 20:45pm all the Opera performances days. (desk Montebaldo)
Verona Arena semi-private Tour with Fast TrackPrice: 25,00 €
Visit the ancient Verona Arena. Here you will learn about how it was constructed, its current and ancient use, and the historical legend behind it. Meet the guide outside the Verona Arena to join this guided tour, than skip the long line at the entrance. Enter the grand amphitheater Arena, built by the romans during the First century B.C. and walk under the old marble arcades and listen to stories of gladiators and the ancient roman games that use to take place here. Admire the preserved ‘Ala’ or wing, which is the only piece remaining of the outer third circle. Hear facts and anecdotes from your professional guide that will teach you the long and extraordinary history of the great theater, which survived an earthquake in the 12th century. The Arena is still the city’s favorite Opera Hall, for its unique sound quality and history. Finish the tour by taking a photo with the spectacular view of the amphitheater in Piazza Bra, to commemorate on the unforgettable experience.
Museo Nicolis VeronaPrice: 12,00 €
Verona's Nicolis Museum is one of the most important private museums in Europe with its large collection of old cars, motorcycles, bicycles, cameras, musical instruments, motors, planes and other inventions of the sort. It is perhaps most known for its rare collection of Formula 1 steering wheels. This is no traditional museum but rather a modern space for culture and ideas, open to the digital, information and business worlds.