When you think about Verona, you only think about the famous Juliet‘s balcony. But the city definitely offers more than this. For example, have you ever visit her tomb? Located a little bit outside the walls of the city, in the convent of San Francesco al Corso, there is Juliet’s Tomb, which is open to visitors.
They have access to the underground crypt where the sarcophagus is housed via the cloisters. Even if many studies show that there is no way she could have been buried there, thanks to the atmosphere that the ancient church offers, you can forget about it and let you totally believe in this magic sort of legend.
Another place you have to visit is the Museo degli Affreschi Cavalcaselle, which hosts a magnificent collection of frescoes dating back from the 10th to the 16th century. Taste the local cuisine and try the city’s best loved dishes.
The most famous places where you can have a romantic dinner are: the Antica Bottega del Vino, located in via Scudo di Francia 3 will offer you an unforgettable night with your lover. If you’re looking for a more peaceful place, go to Bardolino, on the shores of Lake Garda, and book to the Loggia Rambaldi restaurant, located in Piazza Principe Amedeo, opposite to the harbor.
If you are still not totally satisfied of your tour, you have to try this game. It is a game guide that let you discover the city. You can play in group, in couple or by yourself. The novel is called ‘Verona Amor Game Guide’, published by WhaiWhai, and it takes visitors on a tour of 35 sites. Each place is linked to an intriguing enigma, and you have to solve it by sms. You need a cell phone in order to play, to give the exact answer and to have access to the next enigma.