Why should I visit Verona?
Not surprising given that Verona boasts Roman ruins, medieval and Renaissance art and architecture, stunning gardens, delightful piazzas, bustling marketplaces, and inviting shops. Location, location, location. When it comes to logistics, Verona is a winning destination – something even the ancient Romans realized.
Is Verona worth visiting?
Its connections with a certain Romeo may be the most popular of reasons for a visit here, but the roles of Romans, Renaissance artists, and retreating armies have been more significant in shaping this beautiful northern Italian river city than a fictional Shakespearean balcony. Verona is absolutely worth a visit.
What is there to do in Verona for free?
8 Best Things to Do in Verona for Free
The Port of Genoa remains Italy's busiest sea port, so it's unsurprising that even in the city itself there's plenty of maritime history to discover. It's well worth a visit, as it is one of Italy's most important (and tallest) lighthouses, and is claimed to be the world's third oldest lighthouse still in operation.
Just like most popular cities in Italy, Verona is generally safe especially the Centro Storico (town center) where you can find the vast majority of tourists. Violent crime is rarely reported and tourists are not likely to have any incidents involving anything more than petty crime.
Summary about cost of living in Verona, Italy: Family of four estimated monthly costs are 3,084$ (2,730€) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 865$ (766€) without rent. Verona is 32.93% less expensive than New York (without rent).
The distance between Verona and Lago di Garda is 35 km.
2 days for Verona are usually enough to visit the most iconic and important sights. But also you can see the surroundings like the beautiful Valpolicella valley ( a land famous for its fabulous red wine) at the north of Verona.
Top Things to Do and See in Verona