Lamberti Tower: Our most recommended tours and activities
1. Verona Card: Arena Priority Entrance
Follow in the footsteps of Romeo and Juliet and great Roman emperors and explore the city of Verona at your own pace with a Verona Card. Valid for 24 or 48 hours (depending on the option booked), the Verona Card gives you free or reduced entrance to dozens of city museums and monuments, as well as unlimited travel on the ATV transport system. Save time and money as you go everywhere, see everything, and skip the long lines along the way. The Verona Card is an all-inclusive ticket that acts as your personal passport to the historic city. Look inside the Verona Arena, where opera is still staged on special nights. Marvel at Juliet's Balcony and read the love letters pinned to the wall of the Casa di Guilietta. Enjoy panoramic views from the top of Torre dei Lamberti (Lamberti Tower). These are just a few of the attractions on offer. See them according to your interests, and travel from ...
It was perfect for a one day stay in Verona. We saw only 4 sights, but it was already worth it. Especially to enter the arena with the fast-lane.
2. Verona from Above: Lamberti Tower Entry
Look over the sights of Verona 84 meters above street level with an entry ticket to the Medieval Tower of Lamberti, still in use as a clock tower for the city. This tower is located in the heart of the city center, Piazza delle Erbe, a few minutes walk from the most important attractions of Balcone di Giulietta and Arena. If you're feeling sporty, 289 steps are waiting for you! Or, if you simply want to get to the top as fast and easy as possible, you can take the internal elevator to the terraces to admire the characteristic spires from a fresh perspective. After your visit to the tower, you can access the adjacent Gallery of Modern Art located in Palazzo della Ragione, a historical palace from the twelfth century.
The tour starts with the tower, (entrance is downstairs right outside the ticket door) then the gallery up the stairs in the square. There are lockers to keep your items in while you walk around the gallery and tower as well! There are both stairs and an elevator to get to the top
3. Discover Verona: City Highlights Guided Walking Tour
Meet up with your English- and German-speaking official guide in the center of the city and get ready to discover the delights of this northern Italian city. Explore the streets of Verona’s historical center, taking in the churches and palaces that have helped make this town a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site. Your first highlight will be Romeo’s house and Juliet’s house, where you’ll learn about Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy that inspires hundreds of people to get married every year. But Verona is not only about romance and love — it’s also the most important and powerful Roman city ever built, and the Arena is proof. Built in 30 AD, the Arena is remarkably well preserved for its age. Learn about its history and how it has survived all these years. Then, enjoy the story of Piazza Dane, the Scala family, and all the historical figures who contributed to make Verona what it is. ...
Very nice tour to get to know Verona. Could be a little longer and more detailed.
4. Verona: Romeo and Juliet Guided Walking Tour
Learn about the romance, drama and family feuds of Verona that led Shakespeare to choose the city as the setting for Romeo and Juliet. Start your guided tour at the famous Arena, which was built before Rome’s Colosseum and is still used for cultural events. Walk to Juliet's house to see the famous balcony and the statue of Juliet. Continue to Herbs Square, where you’ll find a lively market, the Lamberti Tower, and the ancient Domus Mercatorum. Next, make a stop at the historical Signori Square. See structures from the Roman through to the Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance periods. Pass through medieval courtyards on your way to the Scala Family Tombs.
Our tour guide Mauro was absolutely incredible! He was so knowledgeable and passionate about the beautiful city of Verona. It was the highlight of our vacation this year! We highly recommend this tour and Mauro to anyone looking for a tour in Verona.
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What people are saying about Lamberti Tower
Even with the pre-booked tickets, we had to queue like everyone else, which was manageable with about 30 minutes. I asked again at the cash register, but was turned down relatively harshly. The vouchers then have to be converted into cards at the checkout. (So there was no advantage at all to have bought the tickets in advance!) Since we had already covered a few kilometers including a rafting tour on the Adige, we took the elevator up. The experience was great in bright sunshine, the view should not be missed.
Don't wait half an hour at the cash register, but it's your turn right away with the Verona Card. That was very nice at 32 degrees and full sun.
It was great to skip the long line to the arena. And the arena was impressive.
Awesome view. Beautiful tower. Involves a lot of climbing so be prepared!
Easy pass to easily get in anywhere along the lines.