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Torre dei Lamberti

Via della Costa, 1, 37121 Verona VR, Italy

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About Torre dei Lamberti

Torre Dei Lamberti is the tallest tower in Verona and an important piece of Verona’s incredible urban structure.  Standing 84 meters high the Lamberti Tower is the best place to get a full panoramic view of the UNESCO Listed city of Verona. Climb the 368 steps to the top of the 12th-century tower on a clear day and you’ll be able to make out the mountains of the Lessinia Regional Park off to the north.



Attractions near Torre dei Lamberti

Scaliger Tombs0.11km from Torre dei Lamberti

The Scaliger Tombs in Verona are a funerary complex built by the Della Scala family, who ruled over the city between the 13th and the 14th century. While impressive as a whole, they include one monument that stands out for its magnificence: the one for Cangrande (1291-1329), the most important and famous member of this aristocratic dynasty.

Juliet's House0.13km from Torre dei Lamberti

Juliet’s house is one of the main attractions of Verona with the most famous balcony in the world.  The house that is said to be Juliet's belonged to the dell Capello family, so became the natural backdrop for literature buffs wanting a living glimpse of the story. Couples of all ages swear eternal fidelity here in memory of Shakespeare’s play “Romeo and Juliet”.

Complesso della Cattedrale di Verona0.46km from Torre dei Lamberti

The cathedral of Verona, whose official name is the cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta but also known as the cathedral of Santa Maria Matricolare, from the name of the ancient early Christian church, is the main place of Catholic worship in the city of Verona, the mother church of the homonymous diocese. It is part of an articulated architectural complex, which also includes the Palazzo del Vescovado, the cloister of the Canons, the chapter library, the baptistery of San Giovanni in Fonte.

Verona Arena0.52km from Torre dei Lamberti

The Verona Arena is a Roman amphitheater located in the historic center of Verona, an icon of the Venetian city together with the figures of Romeo and Juliet. It is one of the great buildings that have characterized Roman architecture and one of the ancient amphitheaters that has come to us with the best degree of conservation, thanks to the systematic restorations carried out since the sixteenth century; precisely for this reason, despite the numerous transformations it has undergone.

Ponte Pietra0.56km from Torre dei Lamberti

The Pietra bridge is the oldest bridge in Verona on the Adige river, the only one remaining from Roman times. Having survived several floods, it was made to shine during the Second World War by retreating German soldiers, then rebuilt by reassembling the stones recovered from the river bed by anastylosis.  The bridge was completed in 100 BC, and the Via Postumia from Genoa to Aquileia passed over it.

Roman Theater Archaeological Museum0.56km from Torre dei Lamberti

The Archaeological Museum at the Roman Theatre was opened in 1924 in the former monastery of Gesuati, which was built in the late 14th century behind the theatre. it contains material from the theatre, from Verona and its hinterland, and from collections acquired over time. The Archaeological Museum at the Roman Theatre, in one of the most attractive and archaeologically important locations in Verona, is an excellent example of a city museum.

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Tuscany is known for its landscapes, history, artistic legacy, and its influence on high culture. It is regarded as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and has been home to many figures influential in the history of art and science, and contains well-known museums such as the Uffizi and the Pitti Palace. Tuscany is also known for its wines.