The Perfect Location
The legend of this house and its famous balcony arose from the first dialog in Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”, one of the most performed scenes in the history of theatre.
It was in this very house that the eternal lovers professed undying love to one another.
Cappella dei Notai
The majestic building of the ancient Palace of the Municipality of Verona, also called “Palazzo della Ragione”, is located on the southeast corner of the ancient Roman Forum, between Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza dei Signori. It was built during the last years of the 12th century to accommodate the new judiciaries of the Municipality.
Sala delle Muse e
Sala Giacomo Galtarossa
The Museo Degli Affreschi stands on the area of a monasterial complex the origins of which date back to the 13th century. The primitive church of San Francesco al Corso was in fact erected in 1230, and together with the adjoining monastery it accommodated a community of monastic Franciscans.
Palazzo Barbieri (also known as the Gran Guardia Nuova or the City Hall), was built during the first half of the 1800s by the engineer Giuseppe Barbieri as the headquarters for the Austrian Civil Guard. This large Neoclassical building was inspired by ancient Roman temples (as evidenced by the Corinthian colonnade and pronaos, as well as the large triangular pediment).
Verona offers a multiple variety of historical and natural contests to celebrate your wedding: from the palaces in the city centre to the villas with amazing gardens immersed in nature.