The origin of Verona goes back to Roman times. Probably the most important monument is the Arena (1st Century AD). It is the third largest amphitheater in Italy where even today many operas are performed.
Many attractions are awaiting you: the Piazza delle Erbe and the Piazza dei Signori, the city hall of the 12th Century with the beautiful garden del Mercato, the Palazzo dei Tribunali, the Lamberti Tower, the Palace of Scaliger, the Loggia del Consiglio and of course the Capuleti, better known as the House of Juliet.
Not to forget the city walls and the Scaliger bridge and the beautiful Castelvecchio, a castle of 1300 very worth seeing.
Many tourists swarm of Verona as a great shopping city with international boutiques. Coming of Caorle you can reach Verona easily via the motorway towards Milano.
The city of Verona is always beautiful, even in winter. Here you can sit comfortably under a patio heater in a cafe on the edge of the Piazza delle Erbe enjoying a chilled Prosecco and watch the Christmas market…
The VeronaCard comes in two flavors: One, which costs
• 15. -€ , for 2 days, the other
• 20,- € for 5 days.
Both entitle you to travel with the city buses and enjoy free entry to many museums and churches.