Verona, also known as the City of Love, is one of the most visited cities in Italy and thanks to its archeological heritage is considered a "small Rome".
In 2000 Verona was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list because: "..thanks to its urban structure and its architecture, Verona is an outstanding example of a town that has developed progressively and uninterruptedly over two thousand years, incorporating artistic elements of the highest quality from each succeeding period".
If you choose to visit Verona with a local, qualified and registered guide you'll make a good experience great. Two thousand years of history, art, culture, curiosities and anecdotes will be brought to life for you.
Verona is a Roman city, founded by the Romans in the first century B.C., and with the Arena, its outstanding amphitheatre; its Roman Theatre; the city gates; the Gavi arch; and Ponte Pietra, Stone Bridge, it is considered a small Rome.
Verona is a Medieval city where the centuries-long struggle between the Pope and the Holy Roman Emperor leads to the story of Romeo and Juliet. Under the rule of the Della Scala family in the 13th and 14th centuries Verona became one of the most powerful cities in Northern Italy. Many imposing palaces, towers, castles and monumental tombs were built in the medieval period and walking through the city centre with our guides you will discover them all.
Verona is a Renaissance city, starting from the elegant Loggia del Consiglio, inspired by Brunelleschi's Spitale degli Innocenti in Florence to Mantegna's S. Zeno altarpiece a masterpiece of Italian Renaissance art, Verona is proud to reveal its Renaissance treasures, many of which are concealed in palaces and churches often not included in traditional itineraries.
Verona is an Austrian city, it became a part of Austria in 1815. The Austrians made Verona into one of their four main strongholds in Italy. Marshall Radetzky and his General architect Franz von Scholl built large military complexes inside the city, including the impressive Arsenale, and Palazzo Barbieri, a barracks which later became our Town Hall.
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