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4 Days in Verona - what are the 'must sees?'

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4 Days in Verona - what are the 'must sees?'

We've got 4 days and are staying at the Hotel Verona. Although I've asked about day trips in a seperate post., what are the main things which we should see during our stay? (We already have tickets for Aida on our second night)

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1. Re: 4 Days in Verona - what are the 'must sees?'

Well, the night at the Opera is already done... so, for sure visit San Zeno and San Fermo, the wooden inlays of the choir and sacresty in Santa Maria in Organo (made by Fra' Giovanni da Verona in the 14th century). The Roman theater with his archeological museum, a walk to the hills for a nice view over the city.

Pisanello's paintings in Santa Anastasia.

A small trip to Borghetto (by car) to visit an old medioeval site.

The outstanding hills and wineries outside Verona for a taste of our best production.

A day trip to the lake by bus until Bardolino, then a walk following the path along the lake until Garda where you can take the boat until Gardone Riviera to visit the Vittoriale, the huge, incredible mansion of Gabriele D'Annunzio one of the italian most important poets and writers of the last century.

Or simply walk Verona looking at the wonderful squares, the people, the monuments, ending your day with a good relaxing glas of Amarone or Valpolicella in one hand and a mix of bocconcini in your plate.

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2. Re: 4 Days in Verona - what are the 'must sees?'

Thanks Dave1864, very informative. Will print this one off.

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