17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy

Verona is famed for being the home to the tragic lovers, Romeo and Juliet. Juliet’s home, Casa di Giulietta, sees thousands of visitors a year and there are multiple traditions (from writing letters to Juliet to rubbing the right breast on her statue) for those wishing to channel the spirit of Juliet in hopes of receiving her blessings to find love.

Many people travel to Verona solely in search of Juliet’s home, and her love blessings, myself included. Casa di Giulietta was on the top of my “must-do” list for Verona and almost immediately after starting my walk to her home from my Air B&B, I began to fall in love with Verona.

When they refer to Verona as the ‘city of love’, one jumps to the assumption that the title is tied to Romeo and Juliet. After getting lost in Verona, I fell in love with the ‘city of love’ and the term had a whole new meaning! I’m sure that my photos will inspire you to add Verona onto your bucket list, follow along below!

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieVerona is only about an hour and fifteen minutes from Venice and the architecture is reflective of the close-proximity to the floating city. The Venetian influences can be seen throughout the city.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieA quintessential Italian fruit and vegetable stand.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieJust an average home façade. NBD.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieSpeaking of home facades, can I move in?

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieThe streets of Verona are not only quaint but they’re also quiet. Perfect for exploring and getting lost.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieThe homes and businesses along the banks of the Adige River are picture perfect. The vines and moss growing along the river banks just add to the charm.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieWho wouldn’t want to live here, seriously? * insert heart eye emoji *

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieThe epitome of Italy.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With Jackie#PinkHour views over the entire city from the viewpoint at Piazzale Castel San Pietro.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieThe sunset views and hues from the Piazzale Castel San Pietro were picture perfect.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieThe #PinkHour over the city got pinker and pinker as the sun faded away.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieCharming street corners.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieAlthough gross, in my personal opinion, those hopeful for love leave behind gum and love locks at the home of Juliet.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieJust when you think it can’t get any cuter you stumble upon a nook like this one.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieI couldn’t get enough of the picturesque corners, especially during #PinkHour.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieYou can even find beautiful Verona views and hues when you peek through cracks in the brick.

17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy - Get Lost With JackieAnd if all the beauty of the city of Verona didn’t convince you to visit, let me just end this on a “fresh strawberries covered in warm melted milk chocolate topped with fresh whipped cream” note.

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17 responses to “17 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Verona, Italy”

  1. I was sold at the windows and the colourful houses…they look so romantic. And then, I came to the picture of the strawberries!! I am totally sold 🙂 ! Look forward to visiting Verona when I visit Italy next year…thanks for the awesome pics!

    • Jacklyn Shields says:

      Those. Strawberries. Were. To. Die. For. I can’t suggest adding Verona to your Italy itinerary enough!

  2. I don’t need 17 photos – you had me at the first one! Seriously though, the photos just get better and better as I scroll down. Italy is such a romantic country with several beautiful cities and towns like Verona. Those cobblestone streets, colorful buildings, gorgeous windows and doors.. ah it’s like a every traveler’s dream to capture those in photo!

  3. Gingey Bites says:

    What strikes me the colours! These photos are indeed heavenly and making me want to go to Verona immediately! I love Italy but haven’t made it to Verona as yet.. I will now!!

    • Jacklyn Shields says:

      Most people don’t plan Verona in their Italy itineraries! Major cities like Florence, Rome, and Venice are at the tops of most bucket lists and this beautiful gem of a city goes unnoticed!

  4. Rosie Benton says:

    You had me at the first picture!! So desperate to visit Italy but saving it for our honeymoon, need the ring first though :p haha that sunset from the Piazzale Castel San Pietro was just perfect!

  5. Amanda Tran says:

    Consider me inspired! Such beautiful photos, especially at pink hour. Will definitely visit Verona when I (eventually) make it to Italy! Oh and those strawberries…yummm!!

    • Jacklyn Shields says:

      The strawberries were delish! Thanks for reiterating “pink hour” – I’m trying to make it “a thing”. LOL

  6. Sabrina says:

    Can you believe I’ve lived near Verona most of my life and I’ve only been there twice? Once when was very little and a second time a couple of years ago.. yeah, I’m ashamed!! 🙁 But since I’m going back in the summer, I’ll totally make sure to visit again thanks to your stunning pics! 🙂

    • Jacklyn Shields says:

      Oh my gosh! I’m so jealous you live in Italy LOL especially so close to this beautiful city. <3 I hope you get to visit again and thank you for the wonderful compliments.

  7. Vicki Louise says:

    These photographs are stunning! We didn’t get to Verona on our Italy tour, but wish we had now – it’s just so beautiful! I love the pretty houses and the views above the city – and that sunset is to die for!

  8. Janine Good says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed Verona when I travelled there in 2014. I too found the gum slightly gross and opted to sign the graffit walk instead. It was a bit of a letdown as for Letter to Juliet they made it seem more romantic. it is such a lovely part of Italy that usually gets overlooked by other cities.

    • Jacklyn Shields says:

      The gum was TOTALLY gross. I think it was an under-whelming experience in general but the city was an extremely pleasant surprise that made my heart skip a beat.

  9. Dina says:

    I am visiting Verona this weekend…I am so excited! Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos!

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