Piazza delle Erbe
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  • Verona from Above: Lamberti Tower Entry

    1. Verona from Above: Lamberti Tower Entry

    Look over the sights of Verona 84 meters above street level with an entry ticket to the Medieval Tower of Lamberti, still in use as a clock tower for the city. This tower is located in the heart of the city center, Piazza delle Erbe, a few minutes walk from the most important attractions of Balcone di Giulietta and Arena. If you're feeling sporty, 289 steps are waiting for you! Or, if you simply want to get to the top as fast and easy as possible, you can take the internal elevator to the terraces to admire the characteristic spires from a fresh perspective. After your visit to the tower, you can access the adjacent Gallery of Modern Art located in Palazzo della Ragione, a historical palace from the twelfth century.

    The tour starts with the tower, (entrance is downstairs right outside the ticket door) then the gallery up the stairs in the square. There are lockers to keep your items in while you walk around the gallery and tower as well! There are both stairs and an elevator to get to the top

  • Verona & Amarone Full-Day Tour from Venice

    2. Verona & Amarone Full-Day Tour from Venice

    Discover the magic of the wonderful city of Verona and the regions of Amarone and Valpolicella. On this tour we will head over to the medieval towns of the Valpolicella region and a chance to visit the 13th century church of San Giorgio with its splendid altar dating back to 712 A.D., where there are some of the most beautiful panoramic views of Sirmione and Lake Garda. From here we drive to a vineyard to have a guided visit and learn more about the famous Amarone wine. We will enjoy tasting some of the different wines they produce and a chance to purchase a few bottles to take with you, such as Amarone and Recioto della Valpolicella. Onwards we travel to the city of Verona at Piazza Bra, where the world famous Roman Amphitheater – the 3rd largest in Italy - is located. It dates back to the 1st-Century A.D. and boasts more than 22,000 seats, making it a perfect venue for outdoor operas ...

  • From Venice: Private Tour of Verona

    3. From Venice: Private Tour of Verona

    Take a speedy train out of Venice, bound straight for the heart of historic Verona. After 1 hour aboard the comfortable train, you’ll meet your private guide at Verona’s main station, ready to escort you through the city for a 3-hour tour. Amble through the winding cobblestone alleyways, surrounded on all sides by ornate, centuries-old buildings, listening all the while to your guide’s expert commentary on the city’s fascinating histories. Learn about Juliet’s Balcony, which sits upon a 14th-century gothic building said to have inspired Shakespeare’s famous monologue in Romeo and Juliet. Parade through the sprawling Piazza delle Erbe, Verona’s bustling main square. Learn about 2 millennia of Roman and Italian history as you gaze upon the Roman Bridge, dating back to 100 BCE, before stopping by the Basilica of San Zeno, which broke ground in the 10th century. After experiencing Verona, ...

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What people are saying about Piazza delle Erbe

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 26 reviews

Even with the pre-booked tickets, we had to queue like everyone else, which was manageable with about 30 minutes. I asked again at the cash register, but was turned down relatively harshly. The vouchers then have to be converted into cards at the checkout. (So there was no advantage at all to have bought the tickets in advance!) Since we had already covered a few kilometers including a rafting tour on the Adige, we took the elevator up. The experience was great in bright sunshine, the view should not be missed.

Wonderful Views

There are wonderful views from the top of the tower. You can either walk to the top or take an elevator. Would highly recommend purchasing tickets to climb the tower if you are in Verona, as it is only a small city and so you are able to see the vast majority of it from the top. The queue wasn't especially long whatsoever but we were able to walk to the front.

The tour starts with the tower, (entrance is downstairs right outside the ticket door) then the gallery up the stairs in the square. There are lockers to keep your items in while you walk around the gallery and tower as well! There are both stairs and an elevator to get to the top

Awesome view. Beautiful tower. Involves a lot of climbing so be prepared!

Amazing view.

Worth every cent, you must visit Torre dei Lamberti when visit Verona.