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I, like others, did not find the funicular, and so walked the steps. Surprisingly it was graduated in a way that was not too strenuous. It was a gorgeous day and many people made the climb, so I was surprised and disappointed that the cafe...More
Verona is a wonderful city, rich in history and crammed with a riches of bars and restaurants.
One way of accessing the city is across the Ponte Pietra bridge. The original red stone is of Roman origin, with the remainder of the bridge having been...More
Shame a city has two beautiful bridges, one will always be the loser. This bridge is by the cathedral and leads over towards the Roman theatre. For some reason , compared to the other bridge, it was unused. It does have some impressive rapids on...More
This bridge was made of stones and it passes over the Adige river. It's a beautiful and simple bridge. It connects the historic center with the other part of the city, where the Castel San Pietro (San Peter Castle) is located.