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Casa di Giulietta

Via Cappello 23, 37121, Verona, Italy
+39 045 803 4303
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Via Cappello 23, 37121, Verona, Italy
+39 045 803 4303
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A must see but very crowded. Didn't go to museum but take a picture of the lady . Everyone is doing it

Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Down a dark alley full of letters to Juliette, and various crafty scribblings and grafitti to the legend that Shakespeare created as the world's greatest love story, you will emerge into what is virtually an open-air stage set, in full size, in real life too,...More

Thank Angus E
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Or see the ballet or opera version, instead of spending time pretending this is a historic site. Shakespeare didn't visit, but since you are in Verona, enjoy the less crowded areas and the history, and pass by this tourist site quickly.

Thank M H
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I have always dreamt of visiting this balcony, being a huge Shakespeare fan I was excited. People's first reaction of this attraction is how busy it is, yes it is busy but just wait it out for a bit. A lot of the time tours...More

Thank Lydia B
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Go early to avoid all the crowds. Half a dozen people there during our visit so got to take our time and enjoy. Cracking views from top floor of house.

Thank bumpooplopjobby
Reviewed 5 days ago

Chuckled at the gobs of tourists here. Of course I was one of them. They added this balcony to the building in the 1930's, just for the tourists. It worked!

Thank seattletolondon
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Is it her balcony? Well let's believe it is. You can walk in for free and look up at the balcony. There is also a statue in the courtyard. It was very crowded and there are a couple of stores right off the courtyard that...More

Thank PLan977
Reviewed 5 days ago

Since we were staying directly across the courtyard, I paid the Euros and went in. There is really not much to see inside and the courtyard is crammed full of people all day long. The courtyard is free to visit, but you have to pay...More

Thank Gregg A
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

For a made up story this would surely be a great place for it to be set. The balcony is the highlight, but you have to pay for it. There's some rooms to see in the house where it's supposed to be set, but there...More

Thank paulyfb
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

It's one of the attractions Verona offers its visitors, the house is well maintained. People queue in to have a picture ont he famouse balcony of Juliet, there were lots of names written on the walls as you enter the courtyard of the place. The...More

Thank klaryze
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Dan A
I am after some information on Verona, but mainly the Romeo and Juliette balcony. I am looking to organise a romantic weekend away in September, so am hoping things won't be as busy as they seem to be in the reviews. Also is it possible to actually get up onto the balcony? I am onot really bothered about the wait, but was hoping some of you lovely people could advice me about tour tickets etc, as said getting on to the balcony is the mina aim, I am also looking to stay on Lake Garda so is there any parking tips in Verona? the trip dates will feature first Sunday of a month, so does that still have discounts for R&J discounts?
13 May 2017|
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Response from Sabine N | Reviewed this property |
Go in de early morning then it is not to busy took us 5 minutes to get in and had time to get some pictures!
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Are you still allowed to write a letter?
9 April 2017|
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Response from Paris R | Reviewed this property |
No letters are allowed but you can buy a permanent marker and padlock to write initials or a word that means something special to you and lock it on the gate!
How can we go to Juliette house from Railway station
16 January 2017|
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Response from Cris P | Reviewed this property |
You better take a taxi from Stazione aporta Nuova at Verona to Piazza Bra then you'll walk a few minutes, following the street signs. It's very close to that spot.