Old bridge, but nothing special other than convenience to cross the river to get to teatro romano. Walking along the river is nice, however.
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the gateway to 2 beautiful parts of Verona, one side you can walk as far as you want up the hills and the other you can buy a marvelous icecream and watch the world go by
This is right outside our hotel...closed off bridge lovely walk through a neighborhood Beautiful views lots of people just great...
This is a really beautiful example of a Roman bridge. A lot of Verona can be seen by walking around, and that's how we got to the bridge. It's not somewhere to stop for a long time, but make sure you see it.
The Ponte Pietra is an ancient Roman bridge leading Verona - a particularly lovely place to be at sunset. Originally built in 100BC by the Romans, the bridge was partially destroyed in the German retreat in WWII. Though as much of the original material was...More
very old bridge with the entrance to the old city. We had an appartment at the end of the bridge across the river
This was largely intact until the German Army blew it up in the WW2 which is a great shame. Still, part of the Roman structure is still intact and the rest has been rebuilt using as much original stone as possible. Beautiful views up and...More
Beautiful bridge with scenic views from the centre span. Surprised to see a grand piano. complete with a talented pianist, in the middle of the bridge. Motor traffic free so enjoyable access but the bicycles can be a bit of a pest.