Verona is a mix  of artistic, historical and cultural testimonies,  dived in a suggestive atmosphere made of alleys, squares and traditional food.
The Roman amphitheater (better known as Arena) is the symbol of this city all over the world. It was probably built in the first century and like all the amphitheaters hosted the gladiator’s shows. It was the fourth amphitheater after the Colosseum in Rome, the ones of Capua and Milan.
Verona is for everyone the tragic scenario of the love history between Romeo and Juliet.  Shakespeare’s play has made the fortune of Verona for sure: a good part of the city’s economy is based on this “romantic tourism,” which finds its perfect ending below the famous balcony of Juliet.