During the Roman Empire Verona was often referred to as “Little Rome”, having more Roman ruins than any other city outside of Rome itself. Due to its importance within the northern region of Italy, Verona was a thriving and successful commercial city for most of its history. Within Verona you will find numerous important works of art and monuments. The city is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Verona is rich in archaeological sites. One of the most notable being the Roman Arena, a wonderfully preserved amphitheatre, which has remained intact for two centuries. It is the venue for the city’s annual summer opera festival which seats 25,000 spectators.

The city’s most famous square, the Piazza delle Erbe has a long history as an affluent trading location. The piazza is punctuated by palaces, merchants’ houses, towers, and statues, paying tribute to more than 2,000 years of business.

Nowadays, you will find locals and tourists alike enjoying an aperitif in one of the many bars or cafes. Not the only attraction, but one that has left a strong mark on the city is that of Romeo and Juliet fame. The famous house of Juliet (Casa di Giulietta) is located within a small courtyard close to the historic centre. Originally a small medieval palace owned by the ‘Dell Capello’ family.

Public Buses

For Downtown: Use bus no. 11, 12 or 13. Brings you to Piazza Bra, Stradone San Fermo
Western side of city: Use bus no. 21, 22, 23, 24, 41, 42, 61. Get off anywhere along Corso Cavour


Verona Bike Sharing
Many pickup points throughout the city.


Green Bike Verona

Vicolo Volto S. Luca, 37122 Verona

Monte Baldo Cable Car

Via Navene Vecchia, 12, 37018, Malcesine


Parco Natura Viva

Strada Provinciale 27a, 9, 37010 Pastrengo


Gardaland Park

Via Derna, 4, 37014 Castelnuovo d/G

Arena – Opera

Piazza Bra, 1, 37121


Casa di Giulietta


Galleria D’Arte Moderna

Cortile Mercato Vecchio, 6, 37121


Vecchio Mulino Beach,

Str. Bergamini, 14, 37019, Peschiera del Garda


Osteria le Vecete

Via pellicciai 32/A, 37121


La Loggia Rambaldi

Piazza Principe Amedeo, 7, 37011, Bardolino

Antique Market

Lungolago Riva Cornicello, Bardolino

Times: 3rd Sunday of every month, all year round from 9:00am to 18:00pm

Antique Market

Piazza Carlo Alberto, Valeggio sul Mincio

Times: 4th sunday of every month, all year round from 9:00am to 19:00pm

Museo dell’Olio – Museum of Oil

Via Peschiera, 54, 37011, Cisano


Museo del Vino – Museum of Wine

Via Costabella, 9, 37011, Bardolino


E Cucina

Via XX Settembre 90, 37129



Often referred to as the “City of Bridges”, “City of Canals,” or “The Floating City. It is with good reason as Venice is formed by about 118 islands, which sit within the shallow waters of the Venetian Lagoon. Venice is unique in that it is the world’s only pedestrianised city, with approx. 417 bridges dotted around the city. It is a matrix of small streets with a truly incomprehensible address system, that even locals don’t fully understand.

It goes without saying that the best way to explore the charming maze of Venice is by wandering off the beat and track of the main tourist trail. You may do so in a state of semi confusion, but this just adds to the whole experience. You will be rewarded with hidden gems that you find along the way, so it is well worth it. In Venice you’ll find many historical buildings, mixing modern interiors with traditional designs, which are common all over the city.



Fondamenta Capuzine 3054, 30121



Fondamenta Andrea Navagero, 20-21, 30141


By Foot

Calle dei Stagneri, 5251, 30124 Sestiere san marco

Venice by Water

Cannaregio 5823/25, Corte Morosina, 30121


Circolo Golf

Strada Vecchia dei Bagni, 1, 30126 Alberoni


Peggy Guggenheim Children’s Workshop

Palazzo Venier dei leoni, Dorsoduro, 701, I-30123

Venice Events – Venice Carnival

374 Calle Larga, San Marco, 30124


Scuola Grande di San Rocco

Campo San Rocco, 3052, 30125 San Polo


La Biennale di Venezia


Da Mamo – Trattoria/Pizzeria

Calle dei Stagneri, 5251, 30124 Sestiere San Marco


Osteria al Duomo

Fondamenta Andrea Navagero, 20-21, 30141


Osteria Al Bacco

Fondamenta Capuzine 3054, 30121

Alberto Sarria (Venetian masks)

Ruga Rialto, San Polo, 777, 30125


Il Grifone (Leather goods)

Fondamenta del Gaffaro Dorsoduro, 3516


T Fondaco dei Tedeschi

Calle del Fontego dei Tedeschi, Rialto Bridge, 30124

Mama Isa’s Cooking School

Calle Carmelitani, 1, 30121, Venice


Venice Free Walking Tours

Fondamenta del Gaffaro Dorsoduro, 3516
Online booking only


Venice Ghost Walking Tour

Departure Point: Top of the Rialto Bridge