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Such a special and romantic place! You can see Juliet’s statue and balcony from the outside courtyard for free, or you can pay and see the interior and get your photo on the balcony. It was extremely busy in the outside free area but we...More
Get there early. Stand in the courtyard and absorb the story. It's not that hard to believe that this is in fact the place where young Juliet of Shakespeare's play dwelt. Going inside is a must. It tends to get busier the later in the...More
We nearly left because of the crowds - once inside it was quiet and pleasant. A simple display where the actual building is more interesting and the layout was so different to what one would expect. It really was worthwhile to go inside to take...More
Apart from the fact that the balcony is fake (Romeo & Juliet is a work of fiction, remember!) ... this alleyway and miniature courtyard is so over-run with people that it’s really not a nice place to be.
Verona is very beautiful and there are...More
If you've already watched the movie "letters from Juliet" you definitely have great expectations for the place like I do. Its a very very small yard with a small balcony and overcrowded all the day. Not romantic at all. You can put your letter in...More
This is certainly a site you must see when in Verona but get there early. Say before 10 before it comes jam packed with visitors. The site is very small with everyone writing on the ways etc. it’s a beautiful place in a strange way.
This renowned balcony was a fun stop on our self guided walking tour of Verona. There are however crowds if people, somewhat detracting from what otherwise might be quite a romantic vlsite. There are walls of love notes (most defacing the well unfortunately, but others...More
Yes really, what is wrong with people? The queue to get in is impossible, luckily starting the day early allowed us to get a glimpse of it without too many people. The best thing is actually to watch people touching Giulietta Statue or sticking “post...More
Response from JPBary001 | Reviewed this property |
A ticket is not required to enter the courtyard. You can also view from the lookout accessed through the store next to the entrance. To go inside the house (generously called a museum) requires an admission charge, but that... More
A ticket is not required to enter the courtyard. You can also view from the lookout accessed through the store next to the entrance. To go inside the house (generously called a museum) requires an admission charge, but that isn’t worth the price.
Response from davidandmel | Reviewed this property |
Hi - you can travel from Lake Garda by train. Otherwise, you will have to park in the new town and walk into the old town as parking there is a nightmare! (it is best to go by train though - it is approx 20-30 mins walk... More
Hi - you can travel from Lake Garda by train. Otherwise, you will have to park in the new town and walk into the old town as parking there is a nightmare! (it is best to go by train though - it is approx 20-30 mins walk from the station to the old town) Juliets House will be packed - we went on a damp day in Feb and it was heaving! It is the place everyone goes in Verona so it is always busy. You can get onto the balcony, but to do this you have to pay to go into the museum which I believe is about 6 euros. The museum is underwhelming to be honest and the courtyard the house sits in is surrounded with touristy shops. Definately also go and see other stuff too as there is more to the city than just Juliets House - Piazza Bra is said to be the biggest square in Italy and is largely pedestrianised with the world famous Arena to go and visit. There is also Piazza Delle Erbe which has some beautiful buildings. You can also cross the river over one of the many bridges and go up to the castle for amazing views across the town. Have a great trip!