Near the Liston 12

Liston 12 is at the center of Verona’s city attractions

Arena di Verona

The Verona Arena is a Roman amphitheatre in Piazza Bra in Verona, Italy built in the first century. It is still in use today and is internationally famous for the large-scale opera performances given there. It is one of the best preserved ancient structures of its kind. In ancient times, nearly 30,000 people was the housing capacity of the Arena.

Piazza delle Erbe

The northern side of the square is occupied by the ancient town hall, the Torre dei Lamberti, the Casa dei Giudici (“Judges’ Hall”) and the frescoed Mazzanti Houses. The western side, the shortest one, features the Baroque Palazzo Maffei, decorated by statues of Greek gods. It is faced by a white marble column, on which is St. Mark’s Lion, symbol of the Republic of Venice.

Casa di Giulietta

In Verona, an early 14th-century house at Via Cappello no. 23, has been turned into a tourist attraction. a. It features the balcony, and in the small courtyard, a bronze statue of Juliet. It is one of the most visited sites in the town. The metal of its chest is worn bare due to a legend that if a person strokes the right breast of the statue, that person will have good fortune and luck in love.

Piazza dei Signori

Piazza dei Signori, also known as Piazza Dante, is a square located in the historic center of Verona, adjacent to Piazza delle Erbe.

The square was founded in the Middle Ages by the development of the Scala buildings, and from the beginning assumed political, administrative and representation functions. The square is framed by some monumental buildings, connected by arches and loggias.

Scaliger Tombs

The Scaliger Tombs (Italian: Arche scaligere) is a group of five Gothic funerary monuments in Verona, Italy, celebrating the Scaliger family, who ruled in Verona from the 13th to the late 14th century.

The tombs are located in a court outside the church of Santa Maria Antica, separated from the street by a wall with iron grilles. Built in Gothic style, they are a series of tombs, mostly freestanding open tabernacle-like structures rising high above the ground, with a sarcophagus surmounted by an elaborate baldachin, topped by a statue of the deceased, mounted and wearing armour. According to the French historian Georges Duby, they are one of the most outstanding examples of Gothic art.

Castel San Pietro

Castel San Pietro is a military building in Verona. The building stands on the San Pietro hill, on a plain where, in Roman times, there was a temple connected to the Roman theater.