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Piazza dei Signori, Verona

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Every Wednesday night, locals flood Piazza dei Signori to enjoy guitar-playing, watch flamenco dancers, and cheer on their favorite in the capoeira face-offs. During the day, shops and administrative offices fill it with people. The square came about in the Middle Ages, when the La Scala palace and other monumental buildings were built, creating a square in the center. Reach the square through one of the many loggias or arcades. To visit Piazza dei Signori and get the most from your holiday in Verona, create itinerary details personal to you using our Verona travel itinerary maker.
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  • beautiful place with beautiful buildings, but for the moment crowded bleachers and tents that spoil the view
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  • Very beautiful collection, but at the same time. Each side of the square is to be admired. Beautiful in the evening.
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  • On the north side of the Piazza dei Signori stands the La Loggia del Consiglio. It was built from 1486 to 1493, and is crowned by statues of famous citizens of Verona. The yellow building on the left ...  more »
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  • This is a stunning location, it is literally based in the heart of town center but it's quieter than most landmarks, there are amazing ice cream shops and restaurants all around you and plenty of outdoor tables to enjoy a fresh meal or some ice cream. My wife and I visits this on our honeymoon and we've makes this as our special spot which one day we will return to celebrate our anniversary. Overall amazing experience!!!!
  • Lovely historical place wirh a few restaurants. N Usually not as crowded as other spots in Verona.
  • Gorgeous area full of history, restaurants and places to sit and enjoy the view. Also a lovely market on a Saturday!
  • One of many squares in Verona, the highlight for me was actually the statue of the great writer Dante. While quite spacious, we did not find much in the way of public seating and so were forced to stand. So don't plan to make this a rest-stop unless you intend to use one of the cafes in the square. If you are into travel photography then the square is surrounded by many grand old government buildings including the imposing tower of the Palazzo del Comune (the former city hall). These are worth looking at. My family halted here for about 5 minutes to take photos and then moved on to explore the rest of this magnificent city.
  • Another wonderful place to visit in italy!!