In fair Verona, where we lay our scene…who else loved reading Romeo & Juliet in their high school English class?
A few weeks ago, my dreams of living like Juliet came true, as I had the chance to travel to Verona, Italy. This romantic destination has been on my bucket list for years and I am so thankful I was able to make the trip. If you get the chance to visit, check out my guide to this beautiful Italian city.
My go-to travel ensemble is always a sweatshirt, matching sweatpants, and ankle boots. Comfort is key with long flights, but with stylish accessories, you will still look chic in the airport.
(Shout out to the sleepy man siting in the chair behind me! hehe)
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Where To Stay
I stayed at Palazzo Victoria and would highly recommend this hotel for anyone planning a trip to Verona! It’s in the heart of the city, and there’s nothing better than waking up early and having a lovely breakfast on the terrace.
Where To Eat
For Lunch: Ristorante Tre Marchetti
Tre Marchetti is the perfect place to stop in for a delicious lunch in the middle of a day touring the city. It is extremely close to the Roman Amphitheater and some great shopping spots, and you will find plenty of classic Italian dishes on the menu.
For Dinner: Signorvino
When in Verona, you simply must have pasta and wine! Since Signorvino features a wine bar, you’ll be able to try all sorts of wines, and a plate of pasta is the perfect pairing.
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What To Do
When in Verona, visiting Juliet’s balcony absolutely has to be at the top of your to-do list!
This building dates back to medieval times and is said to be the home of Juliet. You can stand on the balcony and reenact the famous scene from Romeo and Juliet, leave notes on the wall, and even touch the statue of Juliet for good luck in your love life.
Is Verona on your travel bucket list?