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Torre dei Lamberti, Verona

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A wealthy family built Torre dei Lamberti in 1172, and it stands as a reminder of the many towers that once dotted Verona's skyline. The 84 m (275.6 ft) tall structure is a mix of architectural styles added over the centuries. Climb to the top for views of the old town and countryside. Listen for two sets of bells, the Rengo and Marangona, which still ring occasionally. Take the elevator to the viewing platform if the climb looks too strenuous. Take a look at our Verona itinerary maker to schedule your visit to Torre dei Lamberti and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • We always aim to go up a tower when we're on holiday and Torre dei Lamberti is a really good one for viewing the whole of Verona. We took the lift and then climbed the rest of the way to the top. Well...  read more »
  • It is worth climbing and the best way is to purchase the Vienacard, because as a general rule in Verona attractions are expensive. With this card it costs you only a euro climb on the lift, and it is clear that it is worth, on foot adds nothing because it is a metal staircase of new construction. The views are beautiful without being a wonder. The bells play every half hour, important to keep that in mind because it must not be good idea be in the bell tower when they begin to sound. If you can do it with day of clear best sky, cloudy pictures are not good. Lady attending us at the entrance is a charming person.
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  • Be sure to go upstairs, the more that make it easy to lift and turn a very small top Verona view fascinates
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  • Extensive and panoramic views of Verona .. kind of. The view from the very top of the tower is restricted by the structure itself and plastic netting covering the "windows", but a slightly lower level is less obscured. There's a lift that will take you 90% of the way to the top, which is good because I certainly didn't relish the idea of climbing the stairs all the way to the top in near 40 degrees heat.
  • Incredible and unique view of the city. Not recommended for those suffering from vertigo.
  • Great for having one of the best views of Verona.
  • Nice view from the top. A bit pricey for what you get in my opinion.
  • Nice view from Verona. You can go up by lift.
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