Verona is a city of love. It is most famous for being the romantic setting of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” “Juliet’s House” is the top attraction. The 14th-century residence with a tiny stone balcony overlooking a courtyard is said to be the inspiration for Shakespeare.
The Small List
Ristorante Il Desco – Chef Elia Rizzo and his son Matteo believe in food and in its irresistible charm. Located in an ornate 15th century Renaissance palace, the name means “eating at home with friends”. The chef creates greatness through simplicity. Definitely, an institution in Verona.
Something to Do
Juliet’s Home – Juliet’s house is a fundamental stop during a visit to Verona.