A two-day event spent in Verona to experience the art, culture and leisure of Verona that is suitable for all. A hop on and hop off bus tour service to visit the wonderful city of Verona and later in the evening, to enjoy an opera performance in Verona Arena.
Join our two-day tour with a roundtrip high-speed train ticket departing from Rome to visit the ancient city of Verona. Once arrived in Verona, check-in your hotel and be ready to visit the city of Verona using the hop on and hop off bus service. In the evening take the opportunity to spend a wonderful evening enjoying an opera performance in the Verona Arena. We will return back to Rome the next day.
Verona is famous for its three Shakespearean plays were set in Verona. The northern Veneto region of Italy is rich in its artistic heritage hosting several annual fairs, shows and operas in the ancient Roman amphitheater: Verona Arena. The city is full of Roman edifices although much of it is built over the artifacts. The Piazza Bra is where the famous Verona Arena is. It is considered to be the largest piazza of Verona. Other Roman monuments can be found such as the Roman Theater of Verona, The Arco dei Gavi, Piazza delle Erbe, Porta Borsari and Porta Leoni and the Roman road Via Sacra. The Piazza dei Signori featuring Palazzo Domus Nova and the La Casa Pieta shines forth in the night. The Romanesque styled San Zeno Basilica is built with alternating layers of white stones and bricks. There holds the famous Dante’s scene of Purgatory in the Divine Comedy.
What better way to see one of the largest cities in northern Italy but by using the hop on and hop off bus tour services! The tour is accompanied by a commentary of places. With the sightseeing bus, you are able to take a two different panoramic route starting from Piazza Bra, driving through Pravadal Gardens, the medieval walls and visit the famous Romanesque Cathedral of San Zeno. Later, heading towards the Adige River, you will be seeing Castelvecchio’s elegant statues, paintings, and frescoes. Not missing out on the Porta dei Borsari and Porta dei Leoni as we round back up to Piazza Bra. Another route option would be visiting the Castel San Pietro, Santa Anastasia as well as the San Zeno Bell Tower. Reaching Piazza dei Signori and Piazza Erbe, you’ll see the ancient Roman Forum and passing through Juliet’s House.
This annual summer Opera festival is held in the 1st century Roman Verona Arena. Take your pick on the various opera of Italian love and flair of dramatic performances with the worlds’ greatest performers and musicians. The Arena’s architecture provides perfect sonic and acoustic sounds.
Carmen: June 24th - July 1st, 6th, 9th, 13th, 16th, 29th -August 5th, 11th, 17th, 20th, 23rd, 27th
Aida: June 25th, 30th - July 3rd, 7th, 14th, 17th, 24th, 28th, 31st - August: 7th, 9th, 14th, 18th, 21st, 24th, 28th
La Traviata: July 2nd, 5th, 8th, 12th, 15th, 22th, 26th, 30th
Il Trovatore: July 23th, 27th - August 12th, 19th, 25th
If you are a big opera passionate, you can’t miss the Opera Performance in Verona departing from Florence, or our Walking tour of Verona to discover Opera
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
Please note that the tour includes not numbered bleacher tickets for Arena Opera Performance. Please contact us if you have special requests about the kind of tickets.
Please note that this this tour is not refundable once booked.