Verona Life and Visitor Travel Tips

(Verona, Veneto, Italy)

Aerial city viewThe second most popular city in Italy's Veneto region after Venice, Verona is brimming with medieval character and yet is an extremely modern and well-connected holiday destination. There is always plenty for tourists to enjoy, with life in Verona being appealing and rather diverse.

Many travellers enjoy Verona's regular free concerts at the Piazza dei Signori, while others find the summer Shakespeare Festival and the Teatro Romano quite unmissable. Local bustling markets are also worth a look, along with a number of ancient Roman remains, such as the Arena. Travel tips about life in Verona are explained in detail below.

Picture of Verona city centre

Useful Contact Details

Verona is home to a number of different tourist information offices.

These outlets can be found at the city's train station, airport, and also along the Via degli Alpini, close to the Via Roma and the Roman Arena.

Tourist Offices

Main Post Office
Address: Piazza Viviani 7, Verona, Italy, IT
Open hours: Monday to Saturday - 08:30 to 18:30

Internet Etc - (Internet Access)
Address: Via Quattro Spade 3b, Verona, Italy, IT
Tel: +39 045 800 02 22
Open hours: Monday - 14:30 to 20:00, Tuesday to Saturday - 10:30 to 20:00

Photo showing the Romeo Guilietta

Language and Dialect

Being located within northern Italy, the dialects spoken in Verona are typical of the region and often referred to as Padanian. Do consider bringing an Italian phrasebook on your holiday, or purchasing one at a local bookshop in central Verona.

Photo taken from the top of the Torre di Lamberti

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