Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona

Verona, Italy
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(Last Updated On: October 23, 2019)

Verona – Quite possibly my favorite Italian city?  A bold statement but one that I fully stand behind.  While I fell in love with the Coliseum in Rome, ate the best pizza of my life in Naples, and sang karaoke to the tune of Taylor Swift with locals in Florence… Verona still stands as one of the best stays I had in Italy.

Hidden away in Northern Italy along the Adige River, Verona is a small town bursting with charm and full of character.  Verona quickly became well known after being placed on the map by Shakespeare as being the town that inspired Romeo and Juliet.  Colorful houses and stores lining the narrow streets, wine bars every few buildings.  So quintessentially Italian that I figured anything and everything that has come from Italy must have originated in or got the idea from Verona.

While I could write a few hundred words and quickly jot down things to see and do in Verona, I don’t think that quite does it justice.  Verona is a beautiful town best when seen by eye.  A town that is different from Rome… less tourists. Different from Florence… more colorful.  Different from Bologna, more organized. Different from Venice… less water. And different from Naples… cleaner air.

 

Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona

 

Narrow Pastel Colored Streets of Verona

Verona, Italy

 

Views Along the Adige River

Verona, Italy

 

Decorated Alleyways of Verona

Verona, Italy

 

Views from the Roman Theatre

Verona, Italy

 

Juliet’s Balcony

Juliet's Balcony - Verona

 

Colorful Verona

Verona, Italy

 

Shabby Chic Verona

Verona, Italy

 

The Verona Arena

Verona Arena

 

Off the Beaten Path Alleyways of Verona

Verona, Italy

 

If you find yourself on an Italian holiday, it is definitely worth the trek north to check out this Shakespearean town.

 


For more on time in Verona, make sure to check out my Instagram story highlights


 

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Kylee splits her time between being a NICU nurse and solo traveler. Spending half her time at the bedside, Kylee has been caring for premature babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for five years now. She began Passports and Preemies in 2017 to reach nurses and advocate for the prevention of nurse burnout by traveling. Kylee is the original creator of the “8 Day Vacay” – A vacation geared towards nurses aiming to take advantage of the potentially 8 days off between work weeks with no need to use PTO.

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