Casa Di Giulietta, Verona

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Casa Di Giulietta, Verona - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Via Cappello, 23, 37121 Verona VR, Italy

Phone: +39-0458034303

Ticket Price: 6 EUR

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 08:30 am - 07:30 pm Details

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Juliet’s house or Casa di Giulietta – is a 14th century house is turned to a major tourist attraction in Verona. It became a tourist sensation because of the similar names of family owning the house (Capello) and Juliet’s last name (Capulets).In a nutshell there is a courtyard, a balcony and Juliet’s statue in Bronze. Due to the massive restoration one can notice charming Veronese architecture with 16th century antiques in the museum.

Keeping the most powerful love story alive we can see hundreds of people every year come here and write a message on Juliet’s wall; it is said if one writes their beloved’s name and stick it on the wall their love remains everlasting. Another such myth is to rub Juliet’s right breast for good fortune in love.

Since 1990 a number of letters are addressed to Juliet and sent across. The same is replied to by a group of volunteers, Hollywood movie “Letter to Juliet” is based on the same.

Although the house being Juliet’s is highly debatable but that will not stop these believers to come all the way with dreamy eyes and hopes in their heart.

Casa Di Giulietta Opening and Closing Hours

  • Child ticket cost is EUR 4.50
  • Entry to the courtyard is free of cost.

How To reach Casa Di Giulietta by Public Transport

  •  Take bus to St. Ne S.Fermo 2

Restaurants Near Casa Di Giulietta

  • Bottega del Vino, II Desco
  • Ristorante Grappia
  • Trattoriaal Pompiere, Bottega del Vino
  • Leone Da Ciro 1924

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  • We did not visit the house, but instead just the courtyard and looked up at the balcony. It's fine and nothing spectacular especially if you're aware beforehand that the balcony was added in the 1930s. The area is heaving with tourists and the obligatory selfie sticks. The entrance alley is adorned with notes which I'm sure would be romantic were they not written on plasters. Worth a visit to tick it off the list

  • Please recognise the helpfulness of my review, by pressing the LIKE button! We visited Verona on 21 August 2017. We briefly visited Juliet's House, based on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, which is one of the main Verona attractions. Despite being fictional rather than historically accurate, it attracts lots of visitors. You can walk into the courtyard and see Juliet's balcony without having to pay. We didn't pay to look around, just soaked up the atmosphere for a few minutes before moving on. It's a pretty place but very busy.

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  • Nothing special. Take your girlfriend.. But.. Is just a commercial place to remember the love story with a dirty written wall. For me nothing that really worth visiting.

  • To stay in Verona and not visit Julia is like in Warsaw do not see the Palace of Culture or Cracow Cloth Hall. Go to the balcony, take a picture and go on.

  • A must-do. But it's quite overrated, is it? After strolling around lovely Verona we of course headed to this famous place. It's a must-do, but surely not the reason why we came to this town. But, when in Rome....ummm....when in Verona :) It's completely packed with tourists, and I'm aware that I'm part of that. But still, it's hard to see anything, even less possible to take a nice pic, at least without having hours for the perfect snapshot. If you want to, you can get up to the balcony. For a big fee you get a small time window for a pic or two up there. Not worth it. And with people being on it constantly, it's not possible to get a good shot of it. The statue is easier to get on pic. And then there's the wall with the love messages, which is quite nice. And some volunteers do actually collect, read and answer them (at least some), which is cute. But it's not a charming nor romantic place. But that doesn't matter, since this is not Juliet's balcony, it's just a place the city government did choose one day to BE Juliet's balcony, but with a very high possibility it's not the place William Shakespeare chose for his famous tragedy. It's a must-see, must-do. But don't expect too much.

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