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What to visit around Verona?

Verona is an amazing city with an excellent location, making it very easy to get around using the train. Today we are going to see what to visit in one day leaving Verona. Get to know our special list now for you to put on your Travel Itinerary to Italy!

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What to visit around Verona?

Verona is a charming city. It is a great option for those who want to stay comfortably and want to visit other cities, as its railway system is very well structured. Today we will get to know what we can visit in one day leaving Verona. So let’s get to our Post of the day: What to visit around Verona? Here at  Your Travel to Italy with Ana Patricia  you make the trip of your dreams !!! ALSO: see our  “Accommodation in Italy – Tips for your holidays!”   Read also:  Examples of Itineraries in Italy!


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Introduction

Verona is a city in the Veneto region, in northern Italy. Verona’s historic center sits on a ‘curve’ of the famous Adige River and is a medieval town. Famous for being home to the classic and romantic story of Romeo and Juliet, the city is still home to Verona’s magnificent Arena. Despite having countless attractions, one can visit it easily, calmly, in two or three days. But don’t think that after getting to know it, you have to change cities: its excellent tourist structure offers great options for trips to other cities nearby! Today we are going to discover some destination options leaving Verona for a day. Find out here how to Travel by Train throughout Italy in comfort!

1) What to visit around Verona? TURIN

By train, the journey takes about two hours. Turin is a city that impresses for its beauty, churches and historical heritage. In Turin, disembark at Porta Nuova station. One of the enormous advantages of the city is that it is possible to see the best of it on foot; in other words, a great saving of time and money, since the city’s highest point is concentrated in almost a single place.

Don’t miss seeing in the city: the Cathedral dedicated to St John the Baptist. The Cathedral of Turin is of an authentic elegant beauty that catches the attention of even the most demanding eyes! Another important point in the city is Castello Square, where the Royal Palace is and, walking a little further, you reach the famous Egyptian Museum, which is the most complete in Europe when we talk about the history of Egypt. It is wonderful! Learn more about Turin by clicking here!

2) What to visit around Verona? VENICE

In one hour, by train, you can reach Venice! It is one of the most visited and romantic cities in Italy and famous for its canals. Unmissable there is, without a doubt, St Mark’s Square, which is also home to the eponymous Cathedral, Bridge of Sighs, Rialto Bridge, Doge’s Palace and a walk along the grand canal! Easy to explore on foot, as it is a quite flat city, Venice is a great option for those who want to spend a day there. Learn more about Venice by clicking here!

3) What to visit around Verona? BOLOGNA

Bologna is only one hour by train from Verona. ‘Home’ of bolognese sauce, the city offers numerous tour options for its visitors. Be sure to visit Maggiore Square, the Basilica of St Petronius and the Fountain of Neptune. Another very interesting (and beautiful) place: Podestà Palace. Don’t miss the city’s Cathedral: it’s amazing! Learn more about Bologna by clicking here!

4) What to visit around Verona? BRESCIA

Forty minutes by train from Verona, is the enchanting Brescia! A bit underrated by tourists, Brescia is fascinating! The historic city center is small and surrounded by narrow streets. The good thing about the city is that the main points are close to each other and it is possible to see the whole city on foot. Once there, be sure to visit the Museum of Santa Giulia, the Archaeological Park, the Church of Santa Maria della Carità (St Mary of Charity) and Vittoria Square. By the way, the city squares are BEAUTIFUL! It’s worth a walk!

5) What to visit around Verona? MILAN

Another quick trip: no more than 1 hour and 40 minutes! Milan is the capital of Italian fashion and one of the most modern cities in the peninsular country! Unmissable, of course, are the Milan Cathedral, the Vittorio Emanuele Gallery, the Sforzesco Theater and the masterpiece Last Supper, by Da Vinci. If you are going to visit the Last Supper, remember to buy tickets in advance, ok ?! The attraction is crowded! Learn more about Milan Clicking here!

6) What to visit around Verona? PADUA

Just 45 minutes from Verona, Padua is a pleasant surprise! Another city that can be explored on foot, Padua is the kind of city that makes tourists fall in love with it! Don’t miss the Scrovegni Chapel, the Archaeological Museum, the historic center, Zuckermann Palace and Pratto della Valle. Learn more about Padua by clicking here!

7) What to visit around Verona? VICENZA

Just half an hour by train from Verona, Vicenza deserves to be considered for a round trip! When in this charming city, be sure to visit the Olympic Theater, the Chiericati Palace, the historic center, the Shrine of Madonna di Monte Berico, the beautiful Piazza dei Signori (“Square of the Gentlemen”) and Corso Palladio, which is the main street in the city. Learn more about Vicenza by clicking here!

8) What to visit around Verona? GARDA

Forty-five minutes from Verona, Lago di Garda is one of the most famous destinations in the region. With an impressive beauty, the Lake is a destination for VIPs and tourists from all over the world. There are several attractions around, but the main ones are the Cathedral of Montichiari, the Bonoris Castle, the Estrada della Forra and Peschiera. The locations around the lake are beautiful and worthy of Hollywood scenery. A sunset there… It’s indescribable! Learn more about Garda by clicking here!

9) What to visit around Verona? BERGAMO

Two hours away from Verona is the incredible Bergamo! Another city that can be easily explored on foot, Bergamo is amazing! Don’t miss: Piazza Vecchia (“Old Square”), Ragione Palace, Civic Tower, Basilica of St Mary Major, the Cathedral and the Medieval Washhouse. Don’t underestimate this city that is truly sublime! Learn more about Bergamo by clicking here!

10) What to visit around Verona? MONZA

We end the list with another city that often attracts little attention from tourists: Monza! Nearly two hours from Verona by train, Monza is famous mainly for its automobile circuit, but the city goes even further! Not to be missed is the Cathedral, Monza Park, Roseto Niso Fumagalli – which is a wonderful garden – Monza Royal Garden and any church that ‘crosses’ your path; it is one more beautiful than the other! Impressive! Learn more about Monza by clicking here!


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Conclusion

What to visit around Verona? Verona is an excellent option to use as a base city, especially if your itinerary focuses on northern Italy. Visit everything calmly, get organized and have a nice trip! And if you feel insecure or have no time, and need    help to organize your trip,    do not hesitate to look for me! I will love to help you make your dream trip to Italy. And how can I do that? Continue reading this post until the end and you will understand how can we make your life and journey easier.

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