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A strategic city within Italy’s Veneto Region, Verona has risen to become one of the country's beloved destinations. Verona has a population of roughly 260,000 residents and hosts a myriad of festivals throughout the year. Ancient and medieval architecture adorn the streets, and many parts of the city feel trapped inside a time capsule.
William Shakespeare adored Verona and made it the setting for two of his plays, the most notable being Romeo & Juliet. Although Shakespeare’s characters didn’t parade around Verona, his stories captured the magic of the historic city. Many tourists come to Veneto just to explore the sites inspired by his tales.
The Ancient Roman Empire turned Verona into a colony in the 1st century BC and it soon became a critical military stronghold. Fast forward into the future, and Verona flourished as an artist enclave. The Della Scala Family transformed Verona during the Middle Ages, and it became one of northern Italy’s wealthiest cities. Many of its palaces, bridges, and other glorious architectural achievements were built during that time, and they continue to astonish visitors.
Verona is one of Italy’s most beautiful cities, and it resonates with visitors thanks to its connections to Shakespeare. Two of his plays are set in Verona, and that alone draws thousands of tourists to its picturesque streets.
Whether you’re in town to visit Shakespeare sites or admire medieval architecture, Bounce has luggage storage facilities in Verona to hold your belongings. Drop off your gear and explore the city stress-free knowing your personal items are in a secure location.
Take photos of Ponte Pietra, the oldest bridge in Verona
Taste delicious wines at Villa Mosconi Bertani
Relax in the peaceful gardens of Palazzo Giusti
Explore the sophisticated shops lining Via Giuseppe Mazzini
Check out classic cars and motorcycles inside the Museo Nicolis
Admire the stunning views of the 16th century San Giorgio in Braida
Browse through beautiful pieces of artwork inside Palazzo Maffei
Stand by Porta Nuova Verona, the medieval entrance to Verona
Fly into Valerio Catullo Airport roughly 12 km outside of city center
Take the train to the Verona Porta Nuova railway station
Ride the bus to the Porta Nuova Bus terminal
If your time in Verona is short, make the most of your trip by storing your bags with Bounce. Many travelers pass through the city when going to other Italian destinations, and locals also have routine business to attend to.
Whichever category you fall under, Bounce makes it easy to get around without carrying heavy bags. With convenient luggage locations in Verona, Bounce helps you wander the city without having to haul your luggage or gear everywhere.
Juliet’s House: Shakespeare fanatics flock to the medieval balcony that inspired the famous scene from Romeo & Juliet. The stone balcony sits above an elegant courtyard, and visitors can imagine the love tale come to life. Although Shakespeare’s fictional character never professed her love atop the balcony, romantics continue to proclaim their feelings here.
Along the courtyard walls, many visitors have left behind love notes in hopes of finding happiness in their lover’s arms. Chewed bubble gum held the notes against the walls and made a sticky mess over the years. However, an alternative good luck charm for gaining love is placing your hand on the right breast of the Juliet statue below the balcony.
Inside the building, there is a museum that describes its history and its link to Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy. Renaissance-era décor and furnishings add to the appeal of its interior. Walking around the museum and peering at the courtyard gives you the feeling that you’ve stepped foot into Shakespeare’s tale.
Verona Arena: One of the most famous Italian amphitheaters, the Verona Arena has amazed spectators for 2,000 years. Public games provided the entertainment during the 1st century AD, but the arena now hosts opera performances. Like the days of Ancient Rome, the venue draws fans from far away lands to witness the show.
During its heyday, around 30,000 people could fill the stands to watch the rousing performances. A violent earthquake rocked Verona in the Middle Ages and caused significant damage to the arena. After several centuries, it found new life in hosting talented operatic singers. The Renaissance marked the rebirth of the renowned amphitheatre and audiences raved over the acoustics.
Today, many of the world’s greatest opera singers put on incredible acts for thousands of viewers each year. In recent years, the arena has ventured out to host international musicians of a variety of genres. Rock bands, pop artists, and exciting festivals have all electrified fans inside Verona Arena.
Piazza Bra: Piazza Bra is the lively main square of Verona and an excellent place to start your adventure in the city. You’ll find lots of fantastic restaurants, cozy cafés, and beautiful architecture lining the streets. The Verona Arena offers a glorious backdrop and the spacious area gives pedestrians plenty of room to wander around.
Buildings from multiple eras make the square one of the most historic places in town. Parts of the medieval wall ring around the square, and the arena itself dates to the time of Ancient Rome. You can browse through archaeological wonders at the Museo Lapidario Maffeiano or check out the architectural mastery of the Guglienzi-Brognoligo Palace.
There’s a vibrant buzz that fills the air in Piazza Bra, and no trip to Verona is complete without spending time here. From people-watching to Renaissance-era artwork, Piazza Bra brims with excitement.
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The price for luggage storage in Verona is just €5/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Verona which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Verona, Nature Reserve, Juliet's House and many other areas.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Verona.
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Verona. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Verona where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Il Cenacolo Restaurant, Ristorante 12 Apostoli, and Osteria da ugo. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Verona are Ibis Hotel, Best Western Hotel Firenze, and B&b hotel verona sud.
Verona offers several scenic parks including Bosco Buri, Giusti Gardens, and Giardino Sandro Pertini.
You can find local tourist information at Tourist Information Office, Castelvecchio, and Equitalia.
If you're looking for a good museum in Verona, we recommend Old Castle, Roman Theater, and Palazzo Miniscalchi Erizzo. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Verona's most popular historical attractions including Verona or Villa Serego and monuments like Pietra Bridge, Scaliger Tombs, or St. Peter's Castle. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Roman Theater, Grottoes of Catullus, or Castello di Breno.