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.