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Casa di Giulietta, Verona
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Relive the romance and history of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" at Casa di Giulietta. This house in Verona is the supposed residence of the Capulet family. Visitors come year-round to see Juliet's balcony and courtyard. Tour the interior to visit her bedroom and see the bed used in the 1936 film "Romeo and Juliet." Head out to the courtyard to admire the bronze statue of Juliet. You can sign the wall or leave small love letters on the outside of the house, which legend says makes the love everlasting. Put Casa di Giulietta and other Verona attractions into our Verona vacation trip planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • I was at the House of Juliet, even inside, I didn't find it particularly exciting but it's definitely a must do if you are in Verona!
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  • I had never seen the House of Juliet very impressive and fascinating even her estate real ... love locks are on the side to not deface the landscape ... NICE STORY AND CULTURE
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  • tourists can write anywhere, and seedy sporco.una disappointment, I have seen people acting really bad and nobody said or did anything. shame
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  • We were actually on our way to Venice but landed in Verona and this was something to do on the way. It was a nice experience if you have time but not a must. Another review said it was disgusting but I found the tunnel kind of sweet. People had written someone loves someone. There were bandaids on the walls also and I didn't hear why but they weren't used. Yes I did take a picture grabbing the statue's breast...I mean that's the tradition.
  • I went twice. The first time was very crowded as it was about 3PM. The next day I went at 8AM and there was barely anybody there. It's a nice little stop. Supposedly it is good luck to rub Juliette's breast on her statue. Everyone was doing it, but I found it a bit creepy. Other than that, it's a pretty romantic stop. People leave letters to Juliette and get answered by a team. I thought that was pretty neat. I have been married to the love of my life for 17 years now, but I imagine if I was single and looking for somebody, this would be a great place to let your mind drift and romanticize finding that special someone.
  • The invented sight - who knows whether she has really lived there? After all, this is a play... But at least it is the same city, and it adds to the romantic. If only that souvenir shop could be gone...
  • Beautiful courtyard. You can just imagine Shakespeare's story coming to life. Wish it weren't so crowded though.
  • Rather disgusting... You can't visit Verona without visiting the balcony of Romeo's Juliet, right? Wrong. You can definitely save yourself the trouble of coming to this place, which was in all honesty, rather disgusting. Starting from the band-aid- and graffiti-covered walls in the arch leading into the overly crowded courtyard, in which you see under Juliet's balcony the chewing gum-covered walls and padlock-covered gates, and a bronze statue of what I assume is Juliet, for which people stand in line to take turns getting their picture taken groping one of the bronze breasts (you can see in one of the pictures I'm attaching how it's worn smooth). We could DEFINITELY have passed on this "attraction". There's a museum there (for which you have to pay), but we didn't bother going in; the sickening outside part was enough for us.