Museo Archeologico houses an interesting collection of Greek and Roman pieces.
Basilica di Sant’Anastasia
Dating from the 13th to 15th centuries, the Gothic Chiesa di Sant’Anastasia is Verona’s largest church and a showcase for local art. The...
Palazzo Forti is home to the new Galleria d’Arte Moderna , with 90 artworks from the 1970s to today and ambitious exhibits showcasing...
Scoot across the river to find yourself in what feels like a more genuine, less touristy Verona. Trattoria all'Isolo offers good local...
Via Giardino Giusti 2 · interesting places nearby
Giardino Giusti information
Across the river from the historic centre, these sculpted gardens, considered a masterpiece of Renaissance landscaping, are well worth seeking out. Named after the noble family that has tended them since opening them to the public in 1591, they have lost none of their charm. The vegetation is an Italianate mix of the manicured and natural, graced by soaring cypresses, one of which the German poet Goethe immortalised in his travel writings.