Explore the city of “Romeo and Juliet” at your own pace with a 24- or 48-hour Verona Card, and marvel at monuments such as the best-preserved arena…
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To make the most of your visit, you may be able to save time and money by purchasing a Verona Card, an all-inclusive ticket to most attractions, museums, and churches as well as free bus transportation within the city. There are a few attractions that the card does not cover, but in those cases, it can be used to get a small discount for entry tickets. Plan your day, get up early, take plenty of water, if you need to stop for lunch make it a quick stop or take a picnic. Card was great value & we managed to visit the Roman arena, Lamberti Tower, Juliet's House, Castelvecchi fortress, it's musuem & art gallery.
It was raining that afternoon when we did the tour we did the blue line 1st it was great the driver was very rushed and didn't stop in any of the monuments for us to take pictures later after dinner we went back on I did the redline again it was very informative however because of the rain we can see much of the driver was very rushed.
Just impossible to change our name format : Montesson is in France (we ordered the service in Germany). The leaflet given by the hotel in Verona is very well done and clear to find the sites and curiosities to visit with conditions offered by the service.
Loved the convince of the card. Skipped any lines and didn’t have to wait while everyone bought their ticket in our group of 10. Works on the city bus and you have 25 hours from the first place you use it at.
It's really convenient to get a Verona card and saves you money and time. It's easy to replace the voucher and is recognised in a lot of places. Saves you a lot of money!