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It would be a tragedy not to visit

Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet.

Located in Northern Italy, Verona will amaze you thanks to its glorious past, its heritage and its beautiful tiny cobbled streets that will lead you in the historic centre. No worries, you will find there everything you are looking for.

About Italy

Verona is UNESCO listed and it is not difficult to understand why. It is now a 265.000 inhabitants city, and the first settlement probably dates back to the 1st century BC.

From this roman times, you can still explore the arenas or wander around the Delle Erbe square that used to be the roman forum. To learn more about this period, head the Natural History Museum which houses one of the most important collection in Europe.

Do not miss either Juliet’s house with its world-famous balcony. You also should visit the romanesque Santa Maria Matricolore cathedral (nicknamed the Duomo), the amazing San Zeno basilica, or the gothic San Anastasia basilica.

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Customer reviews

  • travelling Italy Austria  | . | 2015/11/06
    "Trains are very comfortable no question about it. But there are very few direct trains from the starting point like Roma Termini or any other station. We traveled to Aosta valley with 3 to 4 changes.For people like us who are touching 60 yrs is bit difficult to change so many stations with luggage . But running time and the comforts are excellent. We will definitely travel again in Europe by Rail Europe. Regards, Joydeep Ghosal/ Devjani Ghosal "

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    Almost Good | Bohua h. | 2015/11/06
    "Nice view while having transporation through Austria "

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    Munich to Verona  | David s. | 2015/09/29
    "Easy and relaxing. First class all the way! Worth the small amount extra money. "

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    excellent | Kazael e. | 2015/06/29
    "This was a good train, canteen services were great and chairs there were most comfortable, we really enjoyed this leg "

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    Worry re:strike | Sook Yien Lynn l. | 2015/05/10
    "Worried as German train strikes were on. Called the Singapore office and they checked for me, assured me and advised what to do in the event the train was really on strike. Train ride itself was good - punctual, train was clean. "

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    Great scenery | William m. | 2015/04/30
    "This train trip provides a great opportunity to view the picturesque countryside of Northern Italy and Austria. Although we had a Eurail pass, reserving seats was still quite expensive. We were lucky to get a four-person compartment, which had space between the seats/ Others in our family were in 6-person compartment, which as a little less spacious. It would be worth checking at booking time to know what you are going to get. However, the trip was comfortable, relatively quick, and stress-free. "

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    Easy all the way around | Richard s. | 2015/04/08
    "We spent some days in Venice and departed out of Verona - day spent in Verona was perfect. Train station had luggage storage and Hop on Hop Off bus stop. "

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    Day trip to Verona | Zaidi Bin m. | 2015/01/12
    "Like Train was clean. Train depart on time. Dislike Pre-booking (via internet) of seat for 3 year old child is not allowed. Internet connection on train does not work for travellers that do not have a valid local authentication information. "

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    Love taking train in Italy | Esther w. | 2015/01/10
    "Love to take train from Venice to Verona. The seats are nice and comfortable, appreciate if there is more space for the big luggage "

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    First Class | Wai Yan c. | 2014/12/06
    "First Class seating is very comfy, and there is free espresso and snack, newspaper. Satisfied! If free WIFI is available that's better "

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