Ambiance was poor, not a popular attraction, we were almost the only ones there. Not worth going in to see the grave, and the museum is not exciting either. Only €4,50 but spend it on something better. Not much history. Only thing interesting is how they got the painting off the ancient wall and retreated to a painting on a... 更多
It is just an empty coffin in a small museum/gallery, so there is nothing much to see except if you are a major fan of Romeo and Juliet. It is rather far off from the other sites, so if you do not have a lot of time, you can afford to skip this one.
This place is slightly off the centre and not so easy to find. Took us 10 minutes of walking in circles. Inside are some frescos that were saved from houses and caves. An the main attraction is an empty coffin. Not much explanation. Just an empty coffin, no decoration, like was placed there as it is.
We had been to Juliet's balcony with our tour guide in May 2012. We then tried to find her tomb after that. It is quite a long distance to walk through Verona to get there. We got turned around leaving the street when we all parted ways with our guide. When we finally got to her tomb, we didn't have... 更多
Like most tourist sites in Verona this is worth a visit. If you get the Verona Card entrance is included. It is well laid out with lots of information.
Forget the balcony. This is the 'must-see' spot to evoke romantic thoughts about the folk-story of Romeo and Juliet. Quiet, secluded and beautiful. A short walk from the center but worth it to get away from those blinded enough by love to pay to stand on a balcony. Entrance also include an interesting museum.
We went to this because it was included with our entry ticket to the House of Giulietta, however, we nearly gave up when trying to find it. It's a good 15-20 mins walk from the centre and very poorly sign posted. When we eventually found a sign it still wasn't clear where to go and we had to ask locals.... 更多
Like stated in at least one review, it's a tomb of a fictional person which is kind of absurd. There's fee to get in and once in there, there is a tiny wishing well in small yard and a staircase down to the tomb, like just a basement really, with rocky walls of course. The tomb also is just like... 更多
It is bizarre that we made the journey to a fictitious tomb. Juliet was never buried here and it is total fiction and yet we paid €4.50 each despite knowing this. The tomb itself is just an empty stone in a crypt but it is also worth going into the building to view the paintings and frescoes which are very... 更多
Came here this afternoon with our 48 hour Verona card. Not very much to see here and quite hard to find as well. A small gallery upstairs however didn't see the relation to the tomb.