As well as the impressive Teatro, there's a museum to see with fantastic views over the city. Lots of climbing stairs!
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Visited here with my mother and was really looking forward to having a nice experience and seeing the Roman theatre. We were greeted with very unfriendly staff who were downright rude every corner we turned. The church was beautiful though and the ladies were very...More
We visited here as we are interested in Roman history and archaeology. It is free if you have a Verona card. If not, then it may not be worthwhile visiting, given the cost unless you are interested in Roman history. Actually, I suggest you get...More
The site overlooks the Adige river which runs through Verona. Lots of climbing up to the museum associated with the Theatre. Very interesting museum.
For pocket change a group of 5 of us (including two kids under 3) walked around this old area and it was wonderful. You could just imagine what it was like in it's heyday. Well worth the visit if you're in the area!
I looked forward to seeing the teatro Romano. However I was disappointed to see a large number of black plastic chairs set out within the teatro. I really wanted to see it as it was originally
So the roman theatre is under refurb but the museum of the romans is amazing set in a building that was a Jesuit monastery set back in to the oil. The views from the windows are stunning but the statuary, mosaics and glass are awesome...More
Teatro Romano was recommended to us by our Viatour guide & we were so glad that we visited as the views of Verona were magnificent! It is quite a climb to reach the top but well-worth the effort!
-The lady at reception/entrance is NASTY. Horrible and incredibly unfriendly with a bad attitude. -The theatre is fairly impressive although you'll have seen everything there is to see within a couple of minutes. Unfortunately, there is a modern stage and modern deating covering the bits...More
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed enjoyed our trip here today. For €4.50 you get entry into the Roman Theatre, a 10th Century church with some interesting history, the museum and a pretty outdoor area with spectacular views over the city. I thought the museum...More