Fabulous venue and concert- atmospheric with great light show , music and ice show world class! A truly memorable evening! Highly recommended
About Arena di Verona
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If you have seen the Colosseum / Coliseum in Rome, Arena di Verona may not be that appealing at first sight. But the great thing about Arena di Verona (other than the fact that it was built in the first century) is, it is still...More
in Verona for a quick weekend getaway. “season” had recently finished so they were almost done dismantling the stage etc. inside, but this means you can visit the Arena. fascinating to visit a Roman amphitheatre inside and out - hard climbs though! information in Italian...More
This arena is in very good shape and can give the one in Rome a good run for its money. There are not thousands of tourists here and you can really enjoy he views.
We spent a lovely hour at Arena which is very like the coliseum in Rome but without the crowds. It's in very good condition and great views from walk around the top level.
It is absolutely beautiful. The color is unique because it is a mix of different shades and I think that it is more beautifull than the Roman Colosseo. Try to go inside in the opera season, (May to August) because watching Opera inside this Arena...More
This coliseum is not as well known as the one in Rome but is extremely well preserved. There is a small fee to enter the coliseum which is built seemingly using the same plans as the one in Rome and the one in Arles, France.
This is a beautiful Roman amphitheater, sometimes used to hold concerts and special events. Located about a 10 minute walk from train station and before entering the city center, this Colosseo is probably the second largest in Italy after Rome. Well worth a visit.
Great ancient roman achetecture! This is still actually in use today! It is simply amazing as to what was built so long ago!