Museo di Castelvecchio
Bristling with battlements along the River Adige, Castelvecchio was built in the 1350s by Cangrande II. Severely damaged by Napoleon and...
Loggia del Consiglio
Occupying the north side of Piazza dei Signori is the 15th-century Loggia del Consiglio, the former city council building and Verona's...
Built of pink-tinged marble in the 1st century AD, Verona's Roman amphitheatre survived a 12th-century earthquake to become the city’s...
This is where Placido Domingo made his debut, and the annual June to August opera season still draws the world's top names.
Not only home to Verona's plumpest brioche, sassy Miozzi peddles finger-licking pastries (including mini versions), biscotti and...
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Teatro Filarmonico information
This 18th-century theatre, just south of Piazza Brà, has a programme of ballet, opera and symphony concerts that will have you rubbing shoulders with the likes of Anne Boleyn, Macbeth and even Cinderella.