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It would be a tragedy not to visit

Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet.

Located in Northern Italy, Verona will amaze you thanks to its glorious past, its heritage and its beautiful tiny cobbled streets that will lead you in the historic centre. No worries, you will find there everything you are looking for.

About Italy

Verona is UNESCO listed and it is not difficult to understand why. It is now a 265.000 inhabitants city, and the first settlement probably dates back to the 1st century BC.

From this roman times, you can still explore the arenas or wander around the Delle Erbe square that used to be the roman forum. To learn more about this period, head the Natural History Museum which houses one of the most important collection in Europe.

Do not miss either Juliet’s house with its world-famous balcony. You also should visit the romanesque Santa Maria Matricolore cathedral (nicknamed the Duomo), the amazing San Zeno basilica, or the gothic San Anastasia basilica.

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Enough time to get off train in verona for quick visit of juliets house then catch later train to venice Hi, Was wondering on a Sunday in early July, we are taking a train from Munich to Verona but are actually on our way to Venice for that night. Is there enough time to get off at Verona at 12.37pm, get a taxi to go and have a look at Juliet's (...)

Kerrie E. | 2017/03/12 answered | 0 Comments
Point to point tickets the cheapest option Have looked up prices for point to point for following and it seems cheaper than other options and with point to point we can book trains and seats before leaving Australia so everything is ready london to Paris 1/1/17 Paris to Milano 4/1/17 (...)

Stephanie F. | 2016/06/17 answered | 0 Comments
What are the stops between verona and vienna What are the stops between Verona and Vienna? I had no answer

Peter B. | 2016/03/14 answered | 1 Comments
Travel from geneva to rome via austria Please advise the best way to travel from Geneva to Lucerne to Innsbruck to Verona to Venice to Rome from April 26 arriving in Rome May 4th. 2 senior travellers

Eric D. | 2015/12/04 answered | 2 Comments
Como to bergamo, then verona and bologna We plan to travel by train from Paris to Zurich then on to Como and Bergamo, then to Verona via Brescia and on to Bologna. Back to Paris via Turin and Lyon. Staying several nights at each location. Is this a feasible route to (...)

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    Speed and comfort | Susanne b. | 2015/10/30
    "Easy to navigate, even if you don't speak the language. Quick, comfortable trip. "

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    Italian Travel | Suzanne t. | 2015/07/15
    "We loved traveling on the fast trains between Venice, Verona, Florence and Rome. Very roomy!. "

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    Very Good | Kaye o. | 2015/06/21
    "On time clean and comfortable, a little more space for luggage would be useful. "

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    1st class to Milan  | Robert m. | 2014/10/27
    "Ist class very good value, a bit of extra room, and some extra service and attention from friendly staff. Transfer and onward trip to Verona was very easy. "

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    The only way to travel | Lorraine g. | 2014/10/24
    "Once we found the new station at Bologna (station 18) in the new building and at level -5, all was OK, the train was very nice and comfortable, very fast trip to Florence, no stress, very pleased with the results. "

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    Munich to Verona | Diane d. | 2014/10/09
    "After discovering all I thought I had was copies of our ticket we were allowed to travel. I subsequently found our ticket. Second class was very acceptable and quite comfortable. The restaurant food was good. I do recommend this trip as the cost is very reasonable and you will get to see a lot of the country. You will not be bored. I do recommend that you reserve your seat otherwise you will find yourself moving from seat to seat all the way to Verona. "

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    Great | Christopher b. | 2014/10/08
    "Excellent trip easy booking, easy to find the right train and our seats. More room for luggage may help. "

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    Fast and cheap | John g. | 2014/07/24
    "Just so easy to get around by train. So much more pleasant than flying. Our trip to Milan from Verona was quick, the seat allocation good and no troubles with language or luggage storage space "

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    Munich to Venice (via Verona) | Andrew d. | 2014/07/17
    "Great way to travel, see the countryside at an affordable cost. Very punctual. "

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    Train to Venice  | Brendan m. | 2014/07/03
    "Train journeys would be better if it was easier to lift heavy luggage on and off trains. Why are platforms at different height to train carriages. "

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