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After watching Letters to Juliet for the third time, I was pleasantly surprised to discover that this premise was based on a real location. I was going to be in Verona for a day, so why not?
This place was incredibly packed and touristy as...More
So..... after researching about things to do while in Milan, a recommendation about visiting Verona popped up and of course I went all crazy about visiting the location where the most famous love story happened (or at least was inspired on).
Obviously the place is...More
Fun fighting the crowds to see the balcony and statue..even in the off season. Lots of cameras trying to get a photo of their friend touching the statue...ok..kitchey but fun.
Get in and get out...a sweet town, so have fun when you leave the crowded...More
I only went in because it was free with the Padova Card. It's ok for a quick 20 min visit. There are much more interesting places to visit (for example: Juliet's Tomb/ Fresco Museum, about 10mins walk South from here)
Always very busy with groups of people. It’s best to get in take you pics and get out. A lot of people like to have their pictures taken wit Juliet if you rub her breast it’s supposed to be good luck apparently
It was really fun to have experienced the chaos while visiting this fiction venue of one of Shakespeare's play.People from all over the world are crowding Juliet's statue and rubbing her b for luck hahaha.Honestly i felt in love all over again when i witnessed...More
Found this place a bit of a waste of time.
A really small courtyard that was far to overcrowded. there are far more interesting places to see in this great city.
I also really dont understand the fascination with people grabbing a statues boob.
Know ye...this is a huge tourist trap! But it is also a lot of fun. As you probably know Romeo and Juliet is a work of fiction, but since the Shakespeare play is set in "Fair Verona" is was inevitable that a entrepreneuring landowner with...More
It is of course a must-see in Verona, but nothing special. It is just a little crowded place with the statue of Juliet, lover's messages on the walls and the balcony (if you did not pay a ticket to go in the house). When I...More