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What to do in Verona in three days

Verona is a city rich in history, culture and architectural beauty. In three days, you can enjoy many of the main attractions and immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of this city. Here's an idea of what you might see in three days in Verona:

Day 1: Explore the Historic Center

Verona Arena: Begin your visit with an immersion in Roman history by visiting the arena, a well-preserved amphitheater where performances and operas take place during the summer.

Piazza Bra: This is one of the main squares in Verona, surrounded by cafes and restaurants. From here, you can admire the arena and surrounding architecture.

Juliet's House: Visit the famous Juliet's House, where Shakespeare's famous heroine is said to have lived. You can see the famous balcony and leave a message of love in the internal courtyard.

Piazza delle Erbe: This historic square is surrounded by charming and colorful buildings. Here you will find the Herb Market and you can enjoy a lively atmosphere.

Day 2: Art and Culture

Castelvecchio and Ponte Scaligero: Visit Castelvecchio, a medieval castle that houses an art museum. Also admire the majestic Scaligero Bridge, a unique architectural work.

Castelvecchio Museum: Inside the castle, you'll find a vast collection of artwork, including paintings, sculptures, and historical artifacts.

Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore: Admire the Romanesque architecture of this basilica, which is one of Verona's religious masterpieces.

Roman Theatre: Explore the Roman Theatre, an archaeological site that dates back to Roman times and offers panoramic views of the city.

Day 3: Gardens and Taste

Giusti Garden: Dedicate the morning to visiting the Giusti Garden, a historic park with panoramic terraces, fountains and statues.

Austrian Forts: Climbing the hill of Castel San Pietro, you can visit the Austrian Forts, from which you can enjoy a splendid view of the city.

Veronese food and wine: Book a lunch or dinner in a local restaurant to savor typical Veronese dishes, accompanied by local wines such as Amarone.

Church of Santa Anastasia: Conclude your visit by admiring the magnificent Gothic architecture of the Church of Santa Anastasia.

Of course, this is just an overview and Verona offers many other attractions to explore. Be sure to also enjoy aimless strolls through the picturesque streets, discover hidden corners and immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of this charming city.

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