This imposing Roman arena is right up there with the Colosseum in Rome. Cultural events such as operas, concerts and ballets still take place here today.
The Juliet balcony.
The famous balcony where Shakespeare’s Juliet is said to have stood is surely one of the most important tourist attractions in the city and is well worth the detour.
Castel San Pietro.
Head up to Castel San Pietro on an afternoon walk and enjoy the view of the city from there. And if you time it for the sunset, the view is even more impressive!
Just outside the city lies the Giardino Giusti, a garden where you can escape from the noise of the city and find peace and quiet. And with a bit of fantasy, it’s easy to imagine yourself right at the heart of one of Shakespeare’s tragicomedies.