Excellent site with interesting well preserved ruins. In addition has some of the best views over Verona and amongst the best public loo's in the city! Can use the excellent Verona 24 & 48 hour tickets for entry.
This ruin lies across the river from Verona city, up on the side of a hill. The views from the top level are some of the best. The theatre has been recreated and a small area of the original building from Roman times remains hence it is possible to imagine the original. The museum houses finds from all over Verona,... 更多
The Roman theatre is modest but reasonably well preserved and is complimented by the small but interesting adjoining Church of Saints Siro and Libera. The archeological museum on the hillside above the Roman theatre is worth a brief visit. It is thoughtfully assembled and beautifully curated but, for the most part, houses a fairly unremarkable selection of statues and other... 更多
This is one of the better archeological museums I have visited. You enter from the river side and walk through the well-preserved roman theatre. At the top of the theatre is a lift up to the imposing former monastery that is now the archeological museum. It contains some really excellent artefacts - including sculptures, mosaics and ceramics. Allow 1 to... 更多
Just across the river is another Roman place, consist of an open air theater and a museum above. The museum is the standard archaeological type. But you can get views of the city from there. Worth a visit, before sunset.
When I visited, the site only cost a single euro, which granted me access to the theater, grounds, and adjoining museum. The theater was a really cool experience, across the river and not very crowded. Climbing up the hill, you get an amazing view of the city, which in combination with the surrounding ruins creates a fantastic photo opportunity. The... 更多
If you are in Verona for a few days and are able to hit the highlights then you go down the list of places to visit that aren't always as popular. However, sometimes these are my favorite because they aren't really crowded and you have the place to yourself. The Teatro Romano was also covered on our Verona card. Dating... 更多
Teatro Romano went up in the 1st century AD, before Verona's Roman arena, in a bank above the Adige River's eastern side. Throughout the centuries, however, the theatre fell into ruin and didn't become an archaeological site until the 19th century. Today, a partial reconstruction gives a glimpse into how the theatre once appeared and music shows take place here... 更多
I would by all means make it a point to see an opera in this venue, you will not be disappointed. The staging and scenery were quite the spectacle,
We didn't realize how large the museum was. It is really impressive. You can visit before or after the amphitheater. The grounds around the amphitheater are full of beautiful stones. You can spend as much time as you can stand! Inside, the museum is very interesting. There are many items unlike other roman sites, which was welcomed-such as mummy parts... 更多