Best Things To Do in Verona, Italy

Are you looking for what to do in Verona?

  • Piazza Bra
  • Piazza delle Erbe
  • Torre dei Lamberti
  • Casa di Giulietta
  • Museo di Castelvecchio
  • San Zeno Maggiore Church
  • Sant'Anastasia
  • Ponte Scaligero
  • Ponte Pietra
  • Piazza dei Signori
  • Parco delle Cascate di Molina
  • Arena di verona 
  • Giardino Giusti
  • Villa Mosconi Bertani
  • Verona's Cathedral (Duomo)
  • Via Mazzini
  • Teatro Romano
  • Chiesa di San Fermo
  • Jewish Ghetto
  • San Giorgetta

Below we have a list of things to do in Verona and the places where you want to spend the best moments of your trip. At the same time, the city offers you the best neighborhoods to explore and new foods to try.

This list should help you in deciding and prioritizing what you should plan on your Verona getaway. Find a mix of must-see tourist spots, underrated local hangouts, and maybe even a few new experiences you can try out.

Make the most of your trip to Verona with confidence.

Tourist Attractions in Verona

Here is the list of things to do in Verona and tourist attractions in city.

  1. Arena Di Verona

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    Arena Di Verona

    Arena, Historical Site, Entertainment, Performance

    This massive arena was built in AD 30 and could host about 30000 spectators at that time. The arena was used for a number of sports events and viewers used to come from far off places. Built out of white and pink limestone from Valpolicella the façade was a marvellous structure. However, destroyed in a major earthquake in 1117; it still remained an attractive sight for visitors in the me...Read more
  2. Piazaa Del Erbe

    Walking Area, Monument, Food And Drinks, Market

    Piazza delle erbe is the most spirited space in the city. You will encounter numerous cafes, restaurants, small shops and monumental structures. Houses of the Mazzanti – Dates back to 14th century house delightful frescos. Maffei Palace- Owned and built by Maffei family back in 17th century. The palace had a beautiful terrace garden where vegetables and fruits were grown. It is adorned b...Read more
  3. Piazza Bra

    Walking Area, Food And Drinks, Entertainment, Square

    It is the main square of Verona and hands down one of the largest in Europe. A wonderful blend of Renaissance arches, dozens of Italian eateries, pine gardens and travellers from all over the world. Piazza Bra literally means ‘A broad meeting place’ and this definitely stands up for its name! Bordered by several notable buildings of Verona, Bra has some of the best restaurants and h...Read more
  4. Museo Di Castle Vecchio

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    Museo Di Castle Vecchio

    Art Museum, Castle, Architecture , Sculpture

    Built during the 14th century by the Scalla family, the castle was used as barracks during the war. After which massive restoration followed by an architect Carlo Scarpa and the castle was revived into a Museum- a very important event for the museum sciences. Museo di castlevecchio is Verona’s largest museum housing a variety of sculptures, frescos and paintings most of which pertain to a...Read more
  5. Sant Anastasia

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    Sant Anastasia

    Church, Religious Site, Architecture

    What took over 2 centuries built is now the largest church in Verona and a true masterpiece! This Gothic style church is of Dominican order. The facade of the church though incomplete has three sections corresponding to the interiors. The doors are enclosed in arches and these form 3 half moon shaped spaces which comprised of the following art work: Larger one represents holy trinit A small on...Read more
  6. San Zeno Maggiore Church

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    San Zeno Maggiore Church

    Church, Religious Site, Architecture

    One of the most stunning Romanesque basilicas in Italy. San Zeno Maggiore as dedicated to San Zeno who died in 380 AD. The church was damaged due to an earthquake and later restored and completed in1398 giving it a touch of Gothic architecture. The cream coloured façade is divided into 3 major components, the central nave and the two aisle. Across the façade are a few arches, the ...Read more
  7. Teatro Romano

    Arena, Historical Site, Entertainment, Theatre

    This historic theatre was built in the 1st century and restored in 1830, till now the theatre retains its ancient splendour. The structure consists of 25 seats and a small loggia as nothing remains of the decorated front wall. The theatre is still used for a few events, the summer theatre festival being the major attraction to this monument. Walk a up a bit to reach the Museo Archaeologico &nda...Read more
  8. Via Mazzini

    Market, Shopping Center, Streets

    Right between Piazza Bra and Piazza Del Erbe it the busiest street of Verona. It is the hub for all things fashion. One gets face to face with the latest trends in the fashion industry from clothes to shoes to jewellery to fragrance you name it and it here.  The best time to visit is during the sale as you can easily bargain your way through it. The street was once lined with barracks and ...Read more
  9. Verona's Cathedral

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    Verona's Cathedral

    Religious Site, Historical Site, Architecture , Cathedral

    Verona’s cathedral is an extremely stunning architectural brilliance; it is more than just a single building. With a bit of Goth, Romanesque, Medieval and Christian contributions it basks the diverse history of Verona. The structure primarily consists of the – Facade, internal doo, columns and choir banister. Facade’s reconstruction began in 1120, is a perfect blend of tuff wi...Read more
  10. Ponte Scaligero

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    Ponte Scaligero

    View Point, Bridge, Architecture

    One of the most astounding Veronese architectures, the Castlevecchoi Bridge is a120 metres long and was built over a span of 3 years by Cargrande II Della Scala for a safe escape from the castle. In 1945 the bridge was destroyed and later on restored using most of its own material in the year 1951. The stunning structure basks the use of red brick and white marble as most of other Veronese monu...Read more
  11. Piazza Dei Signori

    Walking Area, Leisure, Square

    Come over in search for some peace and quiet, very conveniently located and served as the centre of power. Bordering the square are the three main buildings of Verona and a statue of Dante Aligheiri due to which this piazza gets its nickname – Piazza Dante. The three main buildings surrounding the piazza are: Palazzo Tribunali : The court – built in 1575. It is a good sight for rom...Read more
  12. Parco Delle Cascade

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    Parco Delle Cascade

    Park, Village

    Gorgeously nestled among three deep valleys, Molina village is a retreat situated away from the hustle and din of the city. Molina still has an old world charm and maintains the characteristics of a medieval village. The waterfall park of Molina covers about 80000 sqm of land. Apart from the bubbling waterfalls there are exotic plants, small hills and meadows. Due to the abundance of water in t...Read more
  13. Jewish Ghetto

    Square, Neighborhoods

    The Jewish ghetto established in 1603 is a street running through south of Piazza Del Erbe. It was abolished by Napoleon when he declared Jews to be equal in 1797. Later on Pauda became a meeting point for a traders, merchants and money lenders with the onset of trade. The ghetto had line of houses with large rectangular courtyards and all the shops and houses were interconnected to a central s...Read more
  14. Ponte Pietra

    View Point, Bridge

    The majestic stone bridge was built prior to 89 BC, also known as Pons Marmoreus which means marble bridge. After destruction by flood and war the bridge as seen today was last restored in 1959. The bridge earlier had five arches – 2 of them built of stone at the left bank and the other 3 built in 12th and the 15th centuries respectively. Today we can see the remains of ancient arches wit...Read more
  15. Giardino Giusti

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    Giardino Giusti

    Garden, Palace, Leisure

    Owned by Giusti family this garden is the finest example of Italian garden. The adjoining palace was built in 16th century and the garden was planted in the year 1580 regarded as most beautiful of them all! The garden is a beautiful landscaping of hedge maze, parterre and terraces. There are a couple of books giving out information on the kind of flowers planted at the garden, paradiso de' Fior...Read more