紛享樂The former residence is on Via Cappello. It was built in the 13th century and is said to be owned by the Capulet family of Verona, and Juliet is the daughter of this nobleman. A door arch leads to the courtyard, and the love walls on both sides are densely covered with graffiti and confession in words from various countries. Going inside, the courtyard of less than 20 square meters is lush and lush, crowded with tourists inside and out.
Whether or not you believe that touching Juliet's bronze sculpture can bring good luck to love, you still want to squeeze in and get close to Juliet, who is always in love in the story, and see what she looks like. Go upstairs to visit her bedroom and see the clothes, life exhibits, and paintings of that era. You will no longer think of her as a fictional character in the story, but feel that she is a real person.
Looking up from the courtyard, you will see a small protruding balcony. This is Shakespeare's private balcony where Romeo and Juliet tryst out for life. So many people took pictures here, either dressed as Juliet looking at the prince waiting for her heart, or the couples looked at each other and complained.
紛享樂This kind of circular arena is also called "Gladiator Arena." It was a place used by slave owners in Roman times to seek excitement and watch slaves and beasts kill each other to gain joy. So the elegant appearance is actually full of blood and violence inside. Later, it became an open-air theater for the appreciation of large-scale operas. More than two thousand years have passed, and it is still used in large-scale opera performances or music concerts. Each performance can be watched by 15,000 people. It is conceivable how magnificent it is, a classic that is both beautiful and practical.
There are neat rows of round arches, layered inside and outside. This is a typical feature of ancient Roman architecture. Just looking at the thick bricks, even if the cracks are already visible, people still have to admire the ancient Romans as a nation with great architectural art and creativity.
宫主爱Looking at the sign by the door, I suddenly realized that this is Romeo's house. He didn't find it deliberately, but just walked around the square at will, and unexpectedly came to Romeo's site. Looking at the deep house compound and defensive layout, the absolute aristocratic atmosphere is really not something a small family like Juliet's can climb. It is not surprising that this relationship was strongly opposed by the two families.
紛享樂The first floor is a sculpture hall, and the second floor displays medieval paintings, religious art works, and military weapons. Follow the tour route, and you will always find surprises inadvertently. The designer's cleverly integrated light design, space suspension design, etc., make the entire exhibit visit process not boring. For example, from the first floor to the second floor, when you turn to the aisle of the city wall on the second floor, you can enjoy the open-air sculpture exhibits from multiple angles, overlooking and looking up, and the ancient Roman ruins blended between the old and new buildings, allowing people to travel between modern and ancient times. The tunnel of time. Continue to walk inside and you will come to the half-enclosed walkway on the edge of the castle. Standing here, you can not only admire the gurgling Adige River, but also the Scaligero Bridge, the largest round arch bridge in the world at that time.
宫主爱The square where Dante is located is called Piazza dei Signor, which has the same name as the Piazza del Popolo in Florence. The Lord's Square where Dante is located can also be called the Gentlemen's Square. In short, the place is not much bigger, but there are many names. Together with the adjacent de jure palace, it forms the political center of Verona. The buildings around the square are all connected by arcades and loggias, becoming typical of the Renaissance arcade buildings.
紛享樂"Baicao Square", also called "Vanilla Square", sounds sweet and greasy. This is one of the lively places in the old city of Verona. It was used for civil arbitration and political assembly in Roman times. Nowadays, it is a living market during the day, with tourists like weaving, and at night it is a souvenir market with bright lights.
Most of the buildings around the square are from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The styles of each family are quite different. Venice has ruled here for more than 4 centuries. The "flying lion" stone pillars on site are witnesses to this history.
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“City of Romance “, I did not go there because of the love story we know! however, it ends up that we love this little city! so much to see, so many places you can visit and enjoy the tranquility of the city! watching the sunset and have a bird eye of the city, it is awe and brings joy! we love the pinky colosseum , which makes different from the one in Rome! for sure you would love this little city!
In Romeo and Juliet's hometown of Verona feel romantic
Verona is the only Veneto region (Veneto) The second largest city in Venice
Verona's Gentlemen's Square is also known as the Lord's Square (Fig. 4, 5, 6). From the former residence of Juliet, turn right and walk 200 meters to see the vanilla square (Fig. 1, 2, 3, 9), through The "Whale Rib Arch" next to the lively Herb Square is the gentleman's square adjacent to it, and the two squares are neighbors. It was a municipal center in the Middle Ages and was built throughout the city hall and court buildings.
The central part of Gentleman's Square is erected with a statue of Dante, which was built in 1865 to commemorate the 600th anniversary of the birth of the last poet of the Middle Ages. It is said that Dante was exiled by his hometown of Florence, and he was transferred to Verona to play for the feudal lord Camendra de la Scala. During his stay, Dante received preferential treatment and spent the most beautiful and comfortable time in his life. Thus, he wrote the most beautiful chapter in the Divine Comedy - "Divine Comedy Heavenly Kingdom".
The innermost part of the square is the cemetery of the Scala family of the Verona family (Arche Scaligere)
In the light rain, arrive at Lake Garda, Italy's largest lake in the embrace of the Alps. Others are impeccable, there are many small towns by the lake, tourists are scarce, but people have a relaxing mood on vacation, stop when they encounter beautiful scenery, even in the rain, rain and fog can not block the colorful Italy Exudes romance and tenderness. Swan and wild ducks play the waves in the lake, which is like a fairy tale.
If you are also playing in Verona, it is highly recommended to stay here, even if it is not close to the train station, but it is in the former residence of Juliet!
7:00 every night, the former residence of Juliet will close, only the tenants of this hotel will go in. That is to say, after 7:00, the courtyard of the former residence belongs to the tenants of this hotel
The exterior of the hotel is small, the details of the room are super-exquisite, with a large bathtub, the decoration is typical of the medieval European style
breakfast is very rich, at night, the selected menu is hung outside the door Put on the handle and note the meal delivery time.
Hotel Name: Relais De Charme Il Sogno Di Giulietta
Enjoying the breathtaking panoramic view in Verona, a romantic city at Italy! When you encounter a dramatic scenery, it’s like encouraging you to take an endless trip!
Juliet is near the vanilla square in the center of Verona. It is said to have been the residence of Juliet, the heroine of Shakespeare's famous book "Romeo and Juliet." It was once owned by the Villa Capreti of the Verona family, and Juliet is the daughter of the Capreti family. Of course, this is the place with the most tourists. Countless couples from all over the world come here to witness their love with the people they love.
There is a life-size bronze statue of Juliet in the courtyard. It is said that the right chest touching the bronze statue can bring beautiful love. The right chest of this bronze statue has been touched especially brightly. When there are many people, you need to line up with the bronze statue. The upper left of the
bronze statue is a marble balcony. It is said that this is the sweet spot where Juliets prototype was overlooked and hoped for the arrival of the lover "Romeo". To enter the balcony on the second floor, you need to collect tickets, 6 euros a person.
The red brick wall below the balcony is full of love letters that tourists use to stick with chewing gum. Many of them are dedicated to their lovers to express their loyalty, and more are sent to the perfect lover Juliet in the heart. It is said that the mailbox here will receive love letters from people all over the world to Juliet. As long as you write the address: Juliet's House, Verona, Italy, then this letter will be received here.
As the most important red wine region in northeastern Italy, Verona has a natural geographical advantage and a fascinating microclimate, which is rich in the classics of Vapolicella and Vapolicella. It is made from a blend of local grape varieties. Among them, Amarone is the best. It is made from concentrated raisins. The tannins are rich in flavor, balanced in structure and supple. These knowledge deposited on books gradually became a matter of experience with the experience of this afternoon. The same geographical and climatic conditions apply to olive trees, so the olive oil here is also quite famous.
Into the alley, you will find that the door is in the city, through the crowd to find the beautiful Juliet
the wall at the gate has been filled with love and wishes from all over the world, here has become a love place for the world's young men and women worship
courtyard Standing on the front is a real tall and tall Juliet bronze statue that is slim, affectionate and slightly sad. Because the legendary touch of the statue's right chest can bring a good love, the right chest of Juliet's statue is now particularly bright
bronze statue on the upper left, is Shakespeare's famous marble balcony. It is said that Romeo was climbing this balcony and Juliets complaints.