Verona
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Verona a city of beauty, popular with tourists seeking out its Shakespeare associations; well, it’s where Romeo + Juliet was based, after all. Explore, and you may not find your Romeo or Juliet. Still, you will find your pretty piazzas connected by small, cobbled lanes, plenty of churches and an amphitheatre from the 1st Century. Add in fine food and wine, art with a heavy dose of culture, and you have the perfect destination. Oh, and with it being close to Lake Garda, there’s no excuse not to take in the surrounding natural beauty of the region.
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Our tips for Verona

Make sure to visit the Lake: With Verona being on the edge of Lake Garda, it’s a must to go and head there for a day trip – isango! tours allow you to enjoy this stunning area and enjoy the wonders of the city. A perfect mix, wouldn’t you say. Less crowded than Venice: You might want to keep this secret! You’ll find Verona is less crowded than nearby Venice, and there are plenty of places to escape the crowds. Eat and be merry: You’ll find some good food in the region. Although it’s heavy on meat, you really should try the risotto. Hmm, yummy.

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Best time to visit
For the best of Verona, make sure to head there during July and August. It can get hot during July with an average of 31 C. Make sure to drink plenty of water during that time. Spring can also be pleasant, but if visiting during the winter months, it can get cold! You’ve been warned.
Getting around
Verona has an excellent public transport system. Taxis are an easy way to get about; you can pick them up at designated taxi ranks throughout the city. There is also car hire and if you want to exercise there are bikes too. Go on pedal away for a bit.
Did you know?
Impress your friends with these tidbits of information: • Verona is the setting for two of Shakespeare’s plays, Romeo and Juliet and The Two Gentlemen of Verona. No one knows if he actually visited the city, but that hasn’t stopped people coming here because of them. • Talking of Juliet – Juliet’s house (Casa di Giulietta) is one of Verona’s main attractions. Perhaps it’s the worlds’ most famous balcony? You’ll find many couples swear their eternal fidelity here in memory of the play!

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