Ponte Pietra, Verona
Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
Built by the Romans in the first century, Ponte Pietra is the historical legacy of Verona as well as a reminder of the city's resilience. The bridge's architecture features a mix of materials and building techniques spanning the two millennia of its existence. Although the retreating German army damaged the bridge in 1945, it was restoration with original stone. As you stroll across the Adige river, take in views of the old town center. Using our world travel planner, Verona attractions like Ponte Pietra can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Molto bello e ben curato che affaccia di una zona caratteristica e romantica ed unisce due zone di Verona molto attraenti. Passeggiata molto romanticaVery nice and well cared for facing of a characteristic area and romantic and joins two areas of Verona very attractive. Very romantic walkshow original
Lors de la visite de la ville, ce pont est un point de passage obligé afin d'avoir une certaine vue de la vieille ville et surtout une vue d'ensemble.During the visit of the city, this bridge is a prerequisite in order to have a certain view of the old town and especially a bird's-eye view.show original
Nosotros fuimos de noche, y era invierno, hacía frío. Es medio dificil con el frío porque corre viento! pero vale la pena ir a verlo. Comimos en el Bar Cappa, una lasagna espectacular!We went at night, and it was winter, it was cold. It is medium hard with cold because it runs wind! but it is worth going to see it. We ate in the Bar Cappa, a spectacular lasagna!show original
It's like a miracle. Here in the middle of tourist central is a fantastic gelateria with reasonable prices, exciting flavours, delicious and super friendly staff. I'd come back to Verona just to eat here again.
Simone Pagan Griso
Decent ice cream. Service is ok with locals but I've witnessed a very different behavior with foreign tourists... Not great.
Fantastic little restaurant, perched on the bank of the Adige. Great food and a top sommelier!
The highlight of our trip to Verona, the chef served up complimentary dishes between our courses, and we were very well looked after by our waiters. Utterly stunning views from the ivy-laced balcony of the Ponte Pietra itself, the food itself was some of the best I have ever tasted of true Italian cooking - unforgettable spaghettoni with a simple tomato sauce and a pappardelle of rabbit ragu was perfectly well-balanced.
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