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Verona wheelchair accessible tours, is one of the most romantic cities in the world.

Shakespeare in past centuries chose it as the setting for one of his most famous works.

Romeo and Juliet.

Tourists from all corners of the earth still come here to celebrate their love.

In short, Verona wheelchair accessible tours is one of those cities that you should see at least once in your life.

Yet identifying Verona as the city of Romeo and Juliet has hidden other beauties of this city.

Not by chance defined as the Gate of Italy, because it anticipates to those who come from the north, the face, the beauty, the substance of our country.

A concentrate of artistic, historical and cultural testimonies.

Immersed in the suggestive atmosphere of alleys and squares completed by the flavors of traditional and territorial cuisine.

If you like to look beyond the famous Romeo and Juliet balcony, we offer you a journey through famous places in Verona.

Typical flavors and pleasant entertainment to let yourself be seduced by a city whose charm will convince you to come back.

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Basilica of St Zeno Maggiore is a beautiful Romanesque XII century church, whose main attraction is the Mantegna altarpiece.

It is one of the most decorated churches in all of Northern Italy, so much so that it holds a national record.

In the Northern part of the city, a stone’s throw from the gate of the same name, you will find the Church of St Giorgio in Braida.

It dates back to the end of the XV century.

Boasts an imposing dome and bell tower attributed to the greatest Veronese architect of the time, Michele Sanmicheli.

The Cathedral dedicated to St Maria Assunta and believe it is the most precious and beautiful church in the city.

It was built on the remains of a previous early Christian church and was then consecrated by Pope Urban III in 1187.

The Cathedral is full of elements to visit, especially for fans of architecture and art.

Special mention should be made to the Nichesola Chapel.

You will find the great and wonderful Altarpiece of the Assumption by Titian.

Piazza Brà or more commonly Brà takes its name from the German term breit, or wide.

A very beautiful square where you can admire palaces of different eras and architectures.

Such as the Arena, Palazzo Barbieri, the Gran Guardia, the Alps Fountain, the Visconti Walls, the statue of Vittorio Emanuele II, the Pentagon Tower and the noble palaces of Liston.

In addition to the historic buildings, Piazza Brà is characterized by many restaurants and bars.

Verona wheelchair accessible tours continues, with a walk in Via Mazzini.

The shopping street that connects Piazza Brà and Piazza delle Erbe, the two most important city streets of the Scaliger city.

Here you find from commercial brands to luxury ones.

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