Verona is a popular tourist destination for those seeking a slice of the Shakespearian love story, ‘Romeo and Juliet’. It is easy for romantics to fall in love with this city as once they enter the ancient Roman gates of Porta Borsari they can become immersed in the pretty streets. Nevertheless, this Italian city is so much more than the setting of Shakespeare’s greatest love story.
The city is also known as ‘little Rome’, and it is easy to see why as it is home to some magnificent Roman monuments, including the Verona Arena, a Roman amphitheatre which comes alive every summer with operatic performances. The city also has its share of medieval references and Renaissance art and culture which makes it an Aladdin’s cave for history.
Although it might be famous for the tragic love between Romeo and Juliet, there will be no love lost during a trip to Verona.
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Visit the famous 'Romeo and Juliet' balcony and one of the many churches.By Becci Scotcher
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