The flea market fills Piazza San Zeno and the surrounding streets, and is a feast of art nouveau light fittings, gramophone players, fascist-era bike parts and lots of alarm clocks – a real mix of antiques and junk …
Verona must have been the last major city in the Western world not to have a shopping mall. Not anymore: this sparkling new, 21st-centrury shopping paradise boasts 100 shops and around 20 eateries. Take bus 61 to Vi…
One of only two supermarkets in the historical centre, this quite upmarket food store sells high quality groceries in the historic old fish market building. Prices are reasonable.
Haute couture creations such as handbags, shoes, dresses and jewellery costing hundreds and even thousands of euros entice passers-by to browse. No photos allowed.
Wonderful old-style Veneto deli bedecked in hams and salamis and packed with everything from wines and olive oils to splayed codfish and multicoloured pasta.
Behind the delightful art nouveau shop front you'll find a gourmet cave crammed with bottles, jars and tins of tasty stuff. Truffle crisp, anyone?
Exquisite perfumes beautifully bottled in Murano glass are the sole speciality of this fragrant boutique. Expect to pay €80-120 per fragrance.
Useful bookshop where you can pick up maps of Verona, the region and Kompass maps of Lake Garda should you be heading in that direction.
Italian bookshop with some books in English, maps of Verona, a stock of interesting posters and Lonely Planet guides in Italian.
Brand-new 'concept' wine shop where over 300 reds and whites are stored in funkily stacked cardboard tubes, each one linked to the arts in some (occasionally obscure) way.