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Built in the first century AD, this is one of the best conserved Roman amphitheatres, whose seating area is made up of 44 levels and can hold up to 22,000 spectators.
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Piazza Bra' 28, 37121, Verona, Italy
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+39 045 800 5151
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Amazing place, full of history (no like Rome, but is similar)... opera presentations are so beautiful, give you chills! You MUST GO there!

Thank Kriscya B
Reviewed yesterday

This is a gem of history. There is an admission fee but not all that busy when I visited. You can sit in the seats, climb up to the top and get really cool views of the city.

Thank AB1776
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Went to watch Carmen - absolutely spectacular! The whole show and experience was great. We sat on the stone seats, grand but definitely buy a cushion outside. Small bottles of water and small snacks will be allowed in. Drinks in the arena are not surprisingly...More

Thank AnonymousBelfast
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Now this is how to do Opera ... you can either dress up for the expensive seats, or come as you are holiday style for the stone seats. We opted for the stone seats ... and it is true, the acoustic is astonishing. Crystal clear...More

Thank OFlynns X
Reviewed yesterday

We attended a concert in the Arena the atmosphere is amazing. There were comfortable seats and although it was full it still felt very spacious. Well worth a visit without a doubt.

Thank Margaret G
Reviewed yesterday

We went to see Aida. It started about 9 and set to finnish about 1am so be prepared. There are 4 acts. As for seats I would advise avoid the concrete steps they are hard and no back support although you can hire a cushion...More

Thank G L
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A need-to-visit-place when in Verona! Beautiful monument with a nice view from the top. A bit pricy, though. 10 € per person.

Thank marielp89
Reviewed yesterday

We heard Nabucco and Aida and both were spectaculous. A Minus: it is no more allowed to take wine inside. But inside you can buy beer and wine for 5€ each.

Thank Katharina W
Reviewed 2 days ago

A unique venue delivering high quality opera with incredible staging - we saw Aida. The performance stopped briefly for a rain shower but just carried on after it had passed by and the lightning in the background from another storm elsewhere just added to the...More

Thank Richard B
Reviewed 2 days ago

We were there whilst the city was preparing for a festival and we can see all the sculptures and ancient stuffs. Just love walking around

Thank bilkiss09
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401Aanna
25 June 2018|
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Response from Helen O | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure. I don’t believe that we paid delivery. Printed the tickets ourselves.
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Jean F
25 June 2018|
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Response from phil_oldham | Reviewed this property |
It depends on when and why you are visiting. For a daytime visit Dan is right. For the opera, people dress according to where they are sitting: formal dress in the expensive seats, smart casual further back.
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Cindy K
21 May 2018|
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Response from Steelysurrey | Reviewed this property |
I believe you can do it online. Just google Verona Arena. Enjoy!
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