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Verona straddles the Adige river in Veneto, in northern Italy. Situated between Milan and Venice, Verona is often referred to as the city of Romeo and Juliet. When in Citta Antica, Verona, visit Juliet's house and balcony or climb Lamberti Tower for sweeping views of the city. But before you head to Italy, start your trip at Our travel blog offer tips and travel guides to help you plan your trip with ease. Once you've decided where you will go and when, search for hotels in Citta Antica, Verona at

What's Citta Antica, Verona Like

Choose a place to stay near Juliet's house and visit the proclaimed home of the Capulet family. Explore the romantic courtyard, the famous balcony and the statue of Shakespeare's Juliet herself. Or stay near the rectangular Piazza delle Erbe, with its 14th century fountain and Roman statue. An ancient town hall and statues of Greek gods can also be found on this popular piazza. Not far from the piazza is Lamberti Tower, where you can climb the stairs to the top for sweeping views of Verona and the surrounding areas. Other places of interest to visit near Citta Antica, Verona include Castelvecchio castle; Arena di Verona, a first-century Roman amphitheater; and Verona's first-century Roman Arena, the third largest in Italy. Fall in love with the culture, history and romance of Citta Antica, Verona.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Citta Antica, Verona

Before heading to Italy, study up on the language. While most hotels have English-speaking employees, it will still be helpful to know a few common phrases in Italian. Greet new acquaintances with "buongiorno" (good day) or "buonasera" (good evening). "Ciao" is not typically used between strangers. Friends often greet each other with a kiss, first on the left cheek and then the right. You should greet new acquaintances with a handshake. Table manners in Italy are formal. Don't yell across a restaurant for the server's attention. Lower your voice in public places. Remember, too, that while churches are tourist attractions, they are also places of worship, so dress accordingly and do not bring food inside. Shorts and tank tops are taboo in Italian churches. Carry a sweater with you so you can quickly cover up when entering a church. It's also polite to turn off your cell phone while visiting a church. Now that you are ready to explore this romantic part of Verona, start your trip off by searching for hotels in Citta Antica, Verona at

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