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Casa di Giulietta

Via Cappello 23, 37121, Verona, Italy
+39 045 803 4303
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Via Cappello 23, 37121, Verona, Italy
+39 045 803 4303
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Reviewed today

Hordes of tourists taking snaps of their beloved on the balcony - yawn. Wouldn't have missed it, but so horridly touristy.

Thank Citrus-Farmer
Reviewed yesterday

The location was in the middle of Verona, and was impressive to see where the famous play was based. But there were lots of people, and the lines were incredibly long.

Thank Chris M
Reviewed yesterday

It's one of those ''must see'' in Verona. It is a very busy place, so you might need to wait a lot till you get a perfect picture with the balcony or Juliet's statue

Thank Tibi M
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Amazing big how busy this small courtyard was for a place that is based on fiction. Still an worth a visit with the hundreds of others cramming into it!

Thank Zaz1973
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The balcony is so cute! The best is to go on the boutique next to the balcony and see the balcony from there.

Thank 921adelineb
Reviewed 2 days ago

If you are in Verona you have to see that so dramatic balcony... And leave a love message on the walls of the Giulitta's house courtyeard...

Thank AndreaScriboni
Reviewed 3 days ago

Juliet's house is a must as a purely touristy thing you have to do. the crowds are crazy. Once inside the house is quite lovely and shows a few rooms and costumes from the play & movie. Then you take THE photo & you can...More

Thank Andrea Z
Reviewed 3 days ago

A great place to visit. The courtyard is crowded from about 10am onwards, so get there early to avoids the crowds and sea of selfie sticks! The Romeo and Juliet play starts in the courtyard during the month of August and it's a great venue.

1  Thank Sue E
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

You ll go there but yeah it s all fake . And built in 1936 for tourists. Juliet didn't live here... it s crowded vulgar and the Macdonald s of history.

Thank Flavien R
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Very touristy type concept with a very tenuous connection to Shakespeare. Inside is interesting from an architectural viewpoint; unless you are a real Romeo & Juliet fanatic to get something from this attraction. Balcony seems to be the only main interest for the romantic photo!

Thank Sean S
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Dan A
13 May 2017|
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Response from Sabine N | Reviewed this property |
Go in de early morning then it is not to busy took us 5 minutes to get in and had time to get some pictures!
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Response from Paris R | Reviewed this property |
No letters are allowed but you can buy a permanent marker and padlock to write initials or a word that means something special to you and lock it on the gate!
17 January 2017|
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Response from Cris P | Reviewed this property |
You better take a taxi from Stazione aporta Nuova at Verona to Piazza Bra then you'll walk a few minutes, following the street signs. It's very close to that spot.