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