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The Verona City Card offers you the chance to explore the mesmerizing river town, where Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet was set, in a budget-friendly way. The card gives tourists access to over 15 iconic landmarks including museums, art galleries, churches, monuments, and more, offering a peek into the rich history and culture of the town of Verona. The card also gives you priority entrance and free access to bus travel around Verona.
Visit all the famous landmarks of Verona without any hassle either free of cost or at reduced ticket prices.
Pass Type: 24 hour/48 hour city card
Areas Covered: The Verona Card allows access to 15 iconic landmarks. Visitors can enjoy priority entry and reduced entry fot 4 attractions.
Other Inclusions: Access to the ATV bus to travel around the city
Cancellation policy: These tickets can't be cancelled. However, they can be used anytime until 31 December 2023.
Buying the Verona City Card online is your best bet because it is convenient, easy, and allows you to access lucrative discounts, which may not be the case if you buy the card physically from any of the tourist information centers in Verona.
Advance Booking: Book the card online in advance and avoid the trouble of finding the right mode of travel to your favorite landmarks. The card gives you access to over 15 attractions across Verona making it easier for you to plan your commute. This will save time and allow you to explore the river town at your own pace.
Convenience: Booking the card online ensures you steer clear of complicated payments and troublesome searches. It also means that we will be available 24/7 via chat, email, or phone to address all your queries.
Great Discounts: An online booking allows you to avail of great discounts and reaps benefits on your Verona City Card. This way, you save a lot of money on your purchase.
There are several museums, monuments, and archaeological sites in Verona that are covered by the Verona Card. Here is a list:
A Roman amphitheater built in 30 AD, Anfiteatro Arena is located in Piazza Bra and is internationally known for hosting stellar opera performances to this day.
Located near Ponte Pietra, this is a Gothic-style church of the Dominican order for cardinal priests in Rome.
Built between 967 and 1368 AD, this Romanesque-style church is known to feature a crypt where Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet got married.
This Gothic-style structure is Juliet’s house that features a museum and the famous stone balcony from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Opened in 2017, the International Centre for Photography is directed by photojournalist Letizia Battaglia.
Located in central Verona, this is a Romanesque-style church known for its impressive wooden carved ceiling and for being home to the relics of saints Fermo and Rustico.
Built in the 11th century, this is Verona’s main cathedral dedicated to Saint Maria Assunta and offers spectacular views of the river town.
Founded by Achille Forti, the Gallery of Modern Art is home to over 1600 artworks ranging from the 19th century until the present day.
This castle-turned-museum is home to a wide range of Renaissance, medieval, and modern art until the 18th century.
Founded in 1838, this museum is divided into five dedicated sections boasting a collection of minerals, fossils of dinosaurs and other prehistoric organisms, mollusks and entomology, vertebrates, and the origin and evolution of humankind.
Opened in 2006, this museum is a tribute to the world of radio and how it has evolved over time.
Founded in 1738, this museum is home to a stunning and unique collection of ancient stone carvings and inscriptions.
The Roman Theatre of Merida is one of the most famous landmarks in Verona and a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has been hosting the Festival of Classical Theatre of Merida since 1933.
This art museum in Verona is home to Roman sculpture and frescoes from the Middle Ages.
This 84-meter-high tower features a large clock and two towers – one signals fire and working hours while the other is meant to call the population or invoke Verona’s councils.
A group of five Gothic-style tombs, the Arche Scaliger is a tribute to the Scaliger family that ruled Verona from the 13th to the late 14th century.
The card offers you the chance to explore Verona like an independent traveler. Here’s why purchasing the Verona City Card is the perfect option for you:
Budget-friendly: Priced at just €20, the Verona City Card is cheap and budget-friendly offering tourists access to over 15 famous attractions across town including museums, churches, monuments, art galleries, and more. It also includes free access to Verona’s public transport network as well as discounts on exhibitions and other events.
Possible categorization: The card is perfect for all kinds of tourists – solo travelers, couples, families, friends, art enthusiasts, history buffs, and more.
Variables: At €20, the Verona City Card is the best and the cheapest way to explore the beautiful river town. Based on your convenience, you can either buy a 24-hour or 48-hour card. The pass will be valid for 24-48 hours following activation.
A. You can purchase a Verona Pass online.
A. Yes, you can purchase a Verona Pass online.
A. You can choose between the 24-hour and 48-hour Verona City Card.
A. The Verona City Card includes access to over 15 iconic landmarks across the beautiful river town. It also includes ATV-free bus travel and priority entry to the Arena.
A. You can use a Verona City Card to gain access to 15 attractions across the city. You can enjoy free access to city’s ATV buses.
A. The Verona City Card offers tourists an easy and budget-friendly way to get around town. It also includes discounts and reduced ticket prices for exhibitions and other tourist services.
A. You can buy the card online or go to the IAT office in Piazza Bra and purchase it physically.
A. The card, along with the code, will be emailed to you soon after your purchase. Produce the e-voucher with a valid photo ID at the Tourist Information Point and get physical tickets in exchange.
A. The Verona City Card cannot be cancelled. However, the pass is valid until 31 December 2023.
A. Touch your card on the reader. If it turns green, it means the card has been read correctly.
A. No. You’ll have to visit the IAT office in Piazza Bra to buy the card.
A. Yes. The Verona City Card is worth it because it gives tourists access to over 15 landmarks across town and provides ATV-free bus travel. It is your best bet if you are looking for a budget-friendly way to explore Verona.
A. It depends on the card you buy. There are two options available – a 24-hour card and a 48-hour card. They are valid for 24/48 hours after activation.