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Les visiteurs continuent de se rendre sur les traces du couple le plus célèbre, Roméo et Juliette. En visitant le balcon de Juliette, il y avait de nombreux cadenas au mu laissé par des amoureux pour sceller leur amour. Je pense que le film Lettres à Juliette a suscité un nouvel intérêt pour cette ville.
Vérone est la ville de Roméo et Giuletta, il ne faut pas l'oublier !!
C'est une ville magnifique où il fait bon de flâner en amoureux et de découvrir chaque recoin.
Allez visiter la maison de Juliette et là le romantisme est bien là
Verona makes much of its (supposed) Romeo and Juliet connections, most of which is touristic claptrap! We had a Verona Card which allowed free entrance to Juliet's House, which was mildly diverting but too overrun with tourists trying to get 'balcony shots'. Romeo's House is just a doorway, and Juliet's Tomb (we only went because it was close to our B&B and again was free with the Card) was really not worth the trouble - just glad we visited when it was virtually empty.
All that said, Verona DOES still have some romance - the Piazzas Erbe & Signori on a sunny evening, the riverside restaurants, enjoying on a spritz outside the Arena, but there's a more 'romantic feel' in other parts of the Veneto - not to mention Venice having a romantic spot around every corner!
Romance is alive & well in Verona. They say Paris is the city of love, well I would say Verona comes a close 2nd. My sister & I visited the 2nd weekend in December & there were people everywhere AND their pampered pooches!!! The Christmas markets were in full swing & the streets were beautifully decorated with Christmas lights. It was like something from a Harry Potter movie. The young lovers were smooching & cuddling. Juliette's house was packed. Our trip to Verona will live in our memories forever.
Yes, there are lots of tourists, especially in the city centre during holidays. Well go to the city centre earlier than the others, don't go there during holidays, don't use the notoriously known routes, enjoy narrow side streets, go to the restaurants where the Italians go and then you will find the romantic Verona.
Love locks, love locks, love locks; couples kissing, couples returning to Juliet's house to find their previous-visit locks, love poems and prayers for true love written all over the house's walls <3 Really great place to visit with your significant other. ;p
Verona is a really romantic city,the vibe, atmosphere, the small cafes, the boutique shops. You have to experience it yourself, there's not one single location/attraction that is so romantic, it's the combination (especially after a bottle of wine haha).
Verona is a beautiful city. The theme of Romeo and Juliet is everywhere! If that's not enough romance then I don't know what is! We also got engaged at the Garden Giusti, perfect!
The beautiful scenery instills a romantic feeling. The whole Juliette thing may be commercial but it's fun anyway (and we didn't spend a cent to enjoy it).