A walk through the old town of Verona can be beautiful. The best thing to do is to walk along the smaller streets and you will see that this city has a lot to offer. It is not for nothing that the old town of Verona was declared a World Heritage Site.
I was thrilled by Verona. Not only our great accommodation and the unforgettable experience of listening to Aida in the Arena di Verona, but also the streets of the old town captivated me.
If you look a bit, you will discover beautiful stylistic elements in the city. Splendid house entrances and eye-catching, but not ostentatious façade elements can be seen almost everywhere. If I were an expert in architectural history, I could certainly write long and wide about it here. But I preferred to enjoy it quietly.
Typical of many Italian cities are the churches. Sometimes it seems as if there is a church at every third crossroads. You can visit many of them – or just enjoy their beauty from the outside.
And the squares… Some of them are really beautiful piazzas that invite you to linger. Often there are small cafés or restaurants where you can sit comfortably and – if you like it – drink Italian coffee.
In the evening, people sit here for a long time and enjoy a glass of wine. But you shouldn’t set off for your accommodation straight away. Especially in the evening, some spots in Verona shine in the most beautiful light.