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Casa di Giulietta, Verona
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Specialty Museums, Museums, Tourist Spots
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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Giulietta e Romeo nel 2016????!!!! Assurdo ! mura piene zeppe di scritte! una addirittura stracolma di gomme da masticare. Lucchetti ormai ovunque.... eppure ci erano presenti le autorità. ...... #que... read more »Romeo and Juliet in 2016??!! Absurd! walls crammed with written! a even full of chewing gum. Padlocks everywhere now ... and yet there were present the authorities. ... ... #questaelitalia!!show original
We visited here in early October and there were crouds even then. Don't let them put you off it's worth the wait. A good tip is to go into the shop at the side as they have a viewing window and it's f... read more »
La visita no tiene nada de interesante más allá de la gracia de tocarle un seno a Giulietta y hacerte la foto en el balcón de la casa. Si vas a primera hora de la mañana es probable que tengas suerte ... read more »The visit does not have anything interesting beyond the grace touched a breast to Giulietta and make the photo on the balcony of the House. If you go first thing in the morning it is likely that luck and until you can only be in square, open at 8:30. The House has little to do, you raise much during the tour and to highlight the costumes of Romeo and Juliet. You can also leave your letter, or even write it on a few computers online.show original
We were warned it was busy. And that's it's likely NOT the balcony that inspired Will to write the story (the balcony was added much much later to influence tourism). But it was romantic and worth the stop. Enjoy!
Nice seeing just because of the story and if you're in the area. Otherwise, not much to see. Small area with lots of people. A statue to take your picture with and inscriptions on the wall. Lots of writings on the wall from people writing to each other. Romeos house is nearby.
OK overall. It's a must see attraction. The wall of love notes is cool, the huge crowd is not.
Ruey Wang Yeh
Must visit place if you are around Verona. Don't forget to visit the gift shop before leaving as it does have plenty of cute and handy stuff. It can get overcrowded during peak hours.
Typical balcony, the legend is a fake, but the place is romantic and you can buy lovely souvenirs inside the shop in the yard
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