Verona is one of the major art cities of Italy for its artistic and archaeological treasures. The city has a complex structure, but two walls accentuate the division between Roman and modern part (until the second half of the nineteenth century): on one hand the Roman walls that surround the heart of the city between Porta Borsari, Leoni door and walls of Gallienus, called internal ring with Renaissance forts (completed under the Austrian).
To the tourist visiting Verona remain visual memories and suggestions arising from the splendor of ‘old architecture that pervades the whole city, from the atmosphere of the streets and squares, but also the flavors and tastes of a regional and traditional cuisine, giving away a trip that leave an indelible mark in the memory of those who have lived!
One of the most magnificent monuments surviving from ‘Ancient Rome is undoubtedly the most famous of the city, has always been a favorite spot for visitors who come here from all over the world. L ‘amphitheater of Verona, the third largest d’ Italy, is set in Piazza Bra and is built between the end of ‘Empire of Augustus and that of’ empire of Claudio. He stood outside the city walls to host shows and wrestling matches, which took place right in the middle of it, on ‘arena, sand used as a cover of the combat zone to absorb the blood of gladiators and animals. It can hold 15,000 spectators and the scenes are designed by the greatest artists in the world, so much so that an all ‘Arena event remains unforgettably and alone can justify a dream trip to Verona.