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Unfortunately, you can not enter this building, just take a look from the street.
At that time, in order to go from here (the Montecchi's House) to the Capuleti's (Julia's) house, all you had to do was to cross the Botanical Gardens which were much...More
It can get very crowded, but it is still worth seeing. We have not gone in the house itself so I can't speak to it. It doesn't take long to see but if you want a picture with the brass statute you will have to...More
You feel a little sorry for Romeo. It is Juliet who steals all the attention with her house, which is worth visiting inside, and that famous balcony which every visitor to Verona has to see.
It is worth having a quick look at it as...More
Just an other old building which you can’t enter. Nothing to see so don’t put your expectations high. How ever is part of the famous story so I guess at least it for me was something I wanted to pass by anyhow.
After seeing Giulietta's house we came across a black door with Graffiti on the brickwork around the doorway. Interesting as a followup to the story but could have easily missed it. We nocked on the door and my wife called out Romeo Romeo answer the...More