The city in the north east of Italy has become famous mostly from “Romeo and Juliet“. The balcony of Juliet at the Casa di Giulietta attracts not only Shakespeare fans from all over the world. As a secret advice in the friend’s circle of Italy, Verona is made thanks to its unique charm and many unique attractions. One of the highlights of the city is the Arena di Verona. The second largest amphitheater after Rome is now home to concerts and performances, also famous Opera festivals. Definitely worth a visit is the Torre di Lamberti: visitors can reach the viewing platform at the top of the tower walking through 368 stairs or by an elevator. Historic flair, good shopping opportunities, picturesque cafes and events like the oldest Italian carnival, make Verona a real tip for traveling to Italy.