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Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its unique urban design and its artistic and cultural heritage, Verona is a city of the Veneto region in northern Italy. Its historic centre, built on the Adige River, dates back to medieval times. Known as the city of love, which experienced the tragic story of Romeo and Juliet, characters from Shakespeare's play, this city is home to a 16th century building called 'Juliet's house', with a lovely balcony overlooking a courtyard. The historic centre is undoubtedly full of characteristic places worth visiting at any time of the year, first and foremost Piazza Bra: here you can admire the ancient walls of the Arena di Verona, symbol of the city and home every year to one of the most famous opera festivals in Europe, and the Portoni della Bra. The many other monuments of the city can be reached while enjoying a pleasant walk along the nearby Adige River, which will leave you speechless at every step: starting from Corso Porta Nuova, the shopping street of Verona, which connects Piazza Bra to Piazza Erbe, you can reach in a few minutes Castelvecchio, the most imposing monument of the city, and the Roman Theatre of Verona, where theatrical performances are still held during the summer.