A beautiful Italian city: Verona

Recently, we made a round trip in Italy, starting from Munich and our first stop in Italy was a cute romantic city called Verona. Verona is actually not very far from Munich. Munich is on the north side of Alp mountains and Verona is on the south. Driving through alps to get Verona was already fun but a bit expensive.

We had to buy toll stickers that costs almost 20€ for 20 days. We had to pay 9.50 in tunnel passing between the mountains as well. From Austria border to Verona, we had to pay about 17€ for tolls in Italy. Here I already started to think, oh maybe flying to Italy then would be cheaper, but then I thought, alright driving by car has its own advantages.

Anyway, in this post I would like to share with you some pictures and a video that I created about Verona.

Verona streets

I hope you enjoyed the video. Now I will share some beautiful photos of Verona streets below. Piazza Delle Erbe was one of the most beautiful square of Verona for me.

Piazza Delle Erbe - Verona
Piazza Delle Erbe – Verona

The buildings in Piazza Delle Erbe was very beautiful and they seem very antiquated.

Buildings in Piazza Delle Erbe - Verona
Buildings in Piazza Delle Erbe – Verona
Buildings in Piazza Delle Erbe – Verona

Narrow historical streets of Verona were very well cared and beautiful. We got into and out every small street in the historical center of Verona.

When visiting Verona, you should definitely walk along the riverside and take a picture from Ponte Pietra.

When entering historical center of Verona, you will see Piazza Bra, where there are many restaurants, Colesseum, colorful buildings. You should definitely take a panaroma picture in Piazza Bra.

And here below are some bonus pictures. I hope you enjoyed this post and feel free to leave a comment. Hope to see you in the next post.

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