Verona is in Northern Italy where Shakespeare enthused to immortalize Luigi Da Porto’s tragedy, legendary as Romeo and Juliet, visit Romeo’s House and so called Juliet’s Tomb while the Juliet’s Balcony site is always crowd. Verona stands lots of Roman ruins as the second to only those of Rome. Strolling along the city provides chances for getting Roman ... More>elegance. Arena is Roman amphitheatre completed in 30 AD staging Bullfights, Fairs and Opera performances. Piazza delle Erbe, one of the most picturesque squares in Italy, stands a popular and long history colourful market of fresh fruits and vegetables, while houses interesting buildings and sculptures. Over couple of dozens are the must-see places, check your schedule.