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历史景点
“Situated in Piazza Bra, the amphitheatre of Verona was built in the first half of the 1st century A.D. (between the end of Augustus‘ reign and the beginning of Claudius). After the Colisseum and the Capuan amphitheatre, the Arena is the third largest of its kind in Italy. Its elliptical shape enhances the acoustic quality of the performances and also allows seating-space for thousand of spectators.”
  • 174位当地人推荐
美术馆
“Visit the utmost famous balcony in the world, Juliet's. Don't forget to touch her breast for good luck and fortune.”
  • 32位当地人推荐
城堡
“Originally it was called the castle of San Martino in Aquaro and is, after the Arena, the most grandiose and imposing monument of the city. Assumed its present name after the construction of Castelvecchio's Castle of St. Peter. It 'a very large castle, which impresses with its imposing appearance and its shape is definitely military, accentuated by battlements along the walls and corner towers covered by the seven, in which the ancient residential use today is evidenced by the remains of the original fresco decoration visible in some rooms. Was erected between 1354 and 1357 by Can Grande della Scala II, that in an era of wars tumultuous sought to transfer his court in a safe manor. The complex consists of two parts, divided by the imposing thirteenth-century walls. To the left, coming from Via Roma, is the Palace of the Scala family, protected by a narrow courtyard with a double row of walls. At the center stands the high main tower (the tower of the keep) from which soars over the river bridge Scaliger, with three arches, and fortified battlements, which integrates the defensive system of the castle, forming a magnificent example of fourteenth-century engineering. On the right side of the structure is a large rectangular courtyard, originally intended to parade at the center lies a curious fountain in the shape of dog, a symbol of fidelity Scala. Miscellaneous ups were the vicissitudes of the castle, often used as a fortress. Under Venetian rule was intended to arsenal and garrison during the Napoleonic occupation was modified the structure and built the body of the building along the river, with the Austrians it was used as barracks for the troops of occupation. In 1923 he became a museum, home of civic art collections at the time held at Palazzo Pompei, and subjected to a first restoration. In 1943 it hosted the Verona process by which the leaders were sentenced to death who had done depose Mussolini and by the end of the war was damaged by Allied bombing. From 1958 to 1964 Castelvecchio was the subject of a new restoration and redevelopment of a museum designed by the architect Carlo Scarpa, who with his speech has brought to light the original structures wherever possible, freeing them from the additions and highlighting the successive layers. Today is also home to the headquarters of the Castelvecchio Museum in Verona with a picture gallery, a sculpture gallery and an art library, open to the public. One of the most important collections of Italian art.”
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Premise
“Lovely retreat from the heat and crowds, you will enjoy this quite historical garden, one of the most ancient and best preserved renaissance gardens of Italy”
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剧院
“Just few steps from Casa Al Teatro, the Roman Theatre of Verona is a magnificent place to see Roman public architecture and art. You can walk around the steps of the Theatre and take the lift to the upper building hosting a Roman Art Museum with a great view on the old city of Verona. Check for live concerts and dance performances inside the theatre, its a fabulous experience!”
  • 59位当地人推荐
剧院
“Il Museo è un centro permanente di esposizione archeologica di Verona. Durante l'estate è utilizzato per rappresentare spettacoli musicali, teatrali e di danza The museum is the permanent center of Verona's archeological exhibition. During summertime we have the theatrical "veronese" summer festival going on with concerts, theater performances and ballet”
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Entertainment
“On Piazza delle Erbe there is a daily market with stalls selling clothes and fruit and vegetables (Mon-Sat 0800-1800). On Saturday morning you’ll also find a huge flea market at the football stadium (0800-1400)”
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商场
“Nuovissimo, moderno e molto fornito! Brand new, modern and very well supplied!”
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教堂
“On the opposite side of the center with respect to the residence "Il Vicolo". One of the masterpieces of Romanesque architecture in Italy, the Basilica of San Zeno is one of the most important buildings of the city. And 'dedicated to the eighth bishop of Verona, a saint of African origin that are attributed many miracles and the conversion of the Venetian populations. The original building dates back to the fourth century, when a small church was built near the tomb of the saint. Elongated and enlarged in 1117 after the earthquake that struck northern Italy, was completed in 1398 and renovated in the ceiling of the apse in the Gothic style. The façade, tuff and marble features a large rose window, the work of Brioloto. Magnificent portal, a precious artifact coated with 48 bronze panels made between the tenth and twelfth centuries by different authors. There are scenes from the life of Christ and the Old Testament. On the sides of the portal deserve attention bas-reliefs of the twelfth century, with sacred and profane of biblical inspiration on King Theodoric. To the right of the basilica stands a tower of 72 meters which reflects the style of alternating bands of tuff and brick, and which contains the oldest bells in Verona, merged in 1149. On the left the cloister and the crenellated tower, the last remains of a great Benedictine abbey. The interior of the church with a Latin cross plan with three naves, has a peculiar subdivision on three levels: the crypt is at the bottom, topped first by the Church Plebana and then by the Presbytery (or Upper Church) which is accessed by two staircases in marble. Particularly interesting are the baptismal font of the twelfth century, the great monolithic porphyry cup, placed on the left of the entrance, from the Roman Baths and the two wings of frescoes, made between two hundred and three hundred, which testify to the evolution of ' pictorial art in Verona. The works are housed in the apse of greater value greater: the triptych by Mantegna depicting the Madonna Enthroned, and the great marble statue of San Zeno. Made in the thirteenth century, depicting the saint smiling good-naturedly while holding the pastoral staff from which hangs a fish. From the central staircase leads to the crypt, where he kept the body of the saint. Divided into nine aisles with arches supported by 49 columns (all with different capitals) is a pleasant mixture of styles and eras. The remains of the saint, whose face is covered with a silver mask, are kept in a glass case and wrapped in a bishop's dress. The cloister is Romanesque in style and dates back to the twelfth century, composed of numerous small arches supported by coupled columns, contains ancient tombs, frescoes and a shrine which contained the wash of the friars.”
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Outdoors & Recreation
“Via Mazzini is the main shopping avenue in Verona and many of Italy’s high street chains and big brand names have stores here. Via Mazzini can be found at the north end of Piazza Bra, and parallel to it runs the Corso Porta Borsari, which is also lined with fashion stores as well as a number of excellent shoe shops.”
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“L'unico ponte romano ancora esistente a Verona, l'altro dei due ponti più belli di Verona. The only one roman bridge still standing, the other of the two Verona's most wonderful bridges”
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广场
“The Arena (I century A.C.) is the symbol of the city and from it starts the journey to discover Verona. In the beautiful Piazza Bra, it brings back to the past and all visitors can fall in its charm during the lyric shows. On the west side of the square you can see the “Portoni della Bra”, the entrance of the square, and the majestic Gran Guardia Palace. In the south there is the neo-classical Barbieri Palace, today base of the Municipality of the town. In the north part you can see the “Liston”, a series of restaurants for the Veronese walk, and the Honorij Guastaverza Palace. At the end of the Liston there is Via Mazzini, the most elegant and busy street of the city.”
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历史景点
“Una complesso religioso nel cuore della città, la cappella interna vale una visita (a pagamento). A very beautiful religious complex in the middle of the city, the chapel inside is worthy a visit, it is the cathedral of Verona (under payment)”
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Landmark
“Begun in the twelfth century and several times raised, since 1464 is the highest tower in Verona. From the panoramic belfry, accessible by a long flight of stairs or using an elevator. you can enjoy a breathtaking view that branches off from the city center up to the surrounding mountains. On the north-east of Piazza delle Erbe and Roman Palazzo della Ragione is dominated by an imposing tower, with its 84 meters of height seems to oversee a fatherly watch over the square and traders working for it. And 'Tower of the City, better known as Lamberti Tower in memory of the powerful family from Verona who had it built. Its construction began in 1172 following the Romanesque style typical of the era and even today visible in the lower part, made of brick alternating with tuff. Over the centuries it has undergone various elevations, in a series of materials and styles always in tune with each other happily, until 1464 when, with the addition of an octagonal belfry above the windows three-mullioned windows has become the highest tower in Verona. A final intervention at the end of the eighteenth century to enter the clock still running and visible from Piazza Bra. Inside already in 1295 had been placed both bells, rintoccando hours, regulating the pace of city life: the Rengo and Marangona. The Rengo was the largest and was used to call people to gather during the most important moments of city life or to give the alarm in case of danger for the city. The Marangona (from "joiner" in Veronese dialect means carpenter) was used to scan the working hours of the artisans of the city center and gave the alarm if there was a fire.”
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古迹/地标建筑
“The Scaliger Tombs is a group of five Gothic funerary monuments in Verona, Italy, celebrating the Scaliger family, who ruled in Verona from the 13th to the late 14th century.”
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咖啡馆
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“Il Complesso architettonico di Piazza Erbe e tutte le piazzette e cortili che ci sono intorno, il vero cuore antico della città The Architectural Complex of Piazza Erbe, with all the small squares and courtyeards that are in the surrounding, is the real ancient heart of the city”
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酒吧
“Carne, pesce e pizza in locale di tendenza con una grande cornice dorata e un lounge bar che propone dj set.”
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饮食店/酒馆
“very good trattoria but very busy and places are pretty small and tight. You must book in advance and they might tell you cannot stay longer than 2 hours. ”
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Meal Takeaway
“ottima pizza e non solo, vicino casa aperta fino a tardi non troppo turistica”
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意大利餐厅
“One of the best pizzas in town. They won't take any bookings so walk in, reserve your seat and while waiting enjoy a Spritz from the bar next door! A must try: pizza Calvetti.”
  • 26位当地人推荐
餐厅
“Very good pizza looking the Arena. Try the "San Valentino" pizza, my favorite one”
  • 17位当地人推荐
餐厅
“Piatti tipici della cucina veronese ad un buon prezzo. Per chi cerca qualità e varietà.”
  • 18位当地人推荐
披萨店
“PIZZA AND DESSERTS I am not a pizza-fan, but this is one of the two places I like pizza.”
  • 9位当地人推荐
意大利餐厅
“L’osteria da Ugo è in un antico palazzo nel centro storico di Verona, a pochi passi dal famoso balcone di Giulietta e dall’Arena. La "vecchia" osteria di qualità.”
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