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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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  • the brave can walk up and save a euro... others will take the lifts to get a great view of the city; attention, the bells sound every half hour, is better not to be next!
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  • The Tower dominates the piazza delle Erbe, I highly recommend you get on a sunny day to admire the wonderful panorama of Verona from above. You can climb on foot or by lift.
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  • From the tower you can see around the city centre of Verona and all the hills of Monti Lessini. Recommend a visit.
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  • Lovely location if you want to experience 360 degree views of the city. Absolutely stunning views if you are a keen photographer so make sure you climb your way to the top. Also there are loads of steps if you decide to walk your way up so if not there's a lift which usually gets pretty busy at peak hours but I guess it's a better alternative to walking. Whichever way you decide to go, it's a stunning experience and also a very windy one so wind proof jacket will prove to be a life saver. Go for yourself and see. Would definitely recommend!!
  • A long ascent up the stairs but the views of Verona are stunning. You will soon forget you are out of breathe with some wonderful vistas. Get the lift for one euro if you have mobility issues, but there is still a spiral staircase to climb to reach the very top. A must do to add to your list.
  • Great view tips: 1. go to the highest point at full or half hour to see the bell rings. 2. Take the elevator. It's a long way up there, and for 1 euro (or free if you're willing to pass without ticket) it's really worth it. Also you have more stairs to take to get to the higher point, after taking the elevator.
  • Worth the visit very nice views, surprised yo know that it was this old 1100 ac. Nearby is a great place to enjoy the happy hours in local pubs.
  • 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.