Story of Romeo and Juliet – Walking Tour in Verona
Embark on a romantic journey through the streets of Verona, the city known for its tragic love story of Romeo and Juliet. During this two-hour walking tour, couples will have the opportunity to admire the iconic landmarks and charming sites that are related to this famous tale. Explore the Casa de Giulietta, also known as the House of Juliet, where visitors leave love letters on the balcony and take photos with the bronze statue of Juliet. Admire the historic Lords Square (Piazza dei Signori), visit the Scaligeri Tombs (Arche Scaligere) and explore the Barbarian Face Passage (Volto Barbaro). The tour will also take you to Juliet’s Tomb and the William Shakespeare bust and plaque, as well as the beautiful San Zeno Maggiore Church (Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore). This tour aims to deliver memorable experience for couples and the fans of Romeo and Juliet.
- Professional local tour guide
- Combined ticket for Juliet's house and Juliet's Tomb - 8 EUR. Tickets need to be booked in advance, online at www.museiverona.com
Route & Duration
Casa de Giulietta (House of Juliet)
The house of Juliet is a 13th century structure situated on the remains of a Roman insula building on the Via Capello. It is believed that it is the house that inspired Shakespeare for 'Romeo and Juliet'
Casa di Romeo (House of Romeo) - From Outside
This historic building is believed to be the birthplace of Romeo, the male protagonist of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The house is located in the heart of the city and is a popular spot for tourists and fans of the play.
Scaligeri Tombs (From Outside)
These striking tombs are located in the heart of Verona and are the final resting places of the powerful Scaligeri family who ruled the city in the 13th and 14th centuries. The tombs are a fascinating example of medieval funerary architecture.
Piazza dei Signori (Lords Square)
This beautiful square is located in the heart of Verona and is surrounded by historic buildings, including the Palazzo del Podestà and the Loggia del Consiglio. The square is a popular gathering place for locals and visitors alike and is a great place to relax and soak up the atmosphere of the city.
Volto Barbaro (Barbarian Face Passage)
A narrow passageway is located in the heart of Verona and is said to have been named after a mysterious stone face that once adorned its walls. The passageway is a popular spot for tourists and is a great place to get a taste of Verona's rich history and cultural heritage.
This small tomb is located in the basement of the Capulet Chapel and is said to be the final resting place of Juliet, the female protagonist of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The tomb is a popular spot for tourists and is a poignant reminder of the tragic love story that has captured the hearts of people for centuries.
William Shakespeare Bust and Plaque
This bust and plaque commemorate the life and works of William Shakespeare, the famous playwright and poet who wrote the legendary play, Romeo and Juliet. The bust and plaque are located in a small square in Verona and are a popular spot for fans of the play and admirers of Shakespeare's works.
Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore (San Zeno Maggiore Church)
This beautiful church is located in the heart of Verona and is one of the city's most important religious buildings. The church is a stunning example of Romanesque architecture and is home to a number of important works of art and religious artifacts, making it a must-visit for history and culture enthusiasts.
The main entrance of Juliet’s House
(Via Cappello, 23, 37121 Verona VR, Italy)
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.