Arena di Verona – Now serving as an open-air concert venue, this Roman amphitheater was originally built around AD100 to accommodate more than 20,000 people for gladiator games, and other sporting events.
Duomo – The city’s main cathedral built in the Lombard Romanesque style, was completed in the 17th century. It has undergone major renovation since then, but many original features remain.
Casa di Giulietta – Supposedly the home of Shakespearean heroine Juliet (from the play “Romeo and Juliet”), this medieval house boasts the balcony from which she is said to have made that famous speech.
Piazza delle Erbe – This pretty square was once was home to the town's Roman forum during the Roman Empire. Historical monuments include the fountain of Madonna Verona.