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Piazza dei Signori, Verona
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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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We really liked this quiet and impressive piazza which is next to Piazza delle Erbe but so different. The palazzo of the Scaliger family and many other seats of Veronas' medieval power are here and it... read more »
Desmerecida en estos momentos por uno de sus edificios que se encuentra en reforma, pero interesante de ver. Las fotos son preciosas desde este sitio y nos la encontramos caminando por detrás de la Pl... read more »Desmerecida at the moment by one of its buildings in reform, but interesting to see. The photos are precious from this site and we found it walking behind the Plaza of the Erbre. May you pass and not realize, in the Center there is a statue of Dante.show original
Neben den interessanten Gebäuden und Fassaden sind hier Teile des alten römischen Straßenpflasters freigelegt, die im Niveau deutlich unter dem heutigen liegen. Die alten Pflastersteine sind noch deut... read more »In addition to the interesting buildings and facades parts of the old Roman paving are exposed here, which lie in the level below the current. The old paving stones are still clearly visible and illustrate the construction of Roman roads and squares. These Roman roads is impressive anyway, how good / places are preserved.show original
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.
Gorgeous area full of history, restaurants and places to sit and enjoy the view. Also a lovely market on a Saturday!
This place was so beautiful and the sightseeing was really fun. I had a great time touring this place, and I would recommend everyone to come and visit.
Nothing really to see here. It was almost Christmas, and the Piazza was full of small stores for food and souvenirs.
Mattia ZuppiroliBeautiful square. Tourists must see if you go to Verona.show original
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