Verona Day Trip from Venice: Juliet’s Balcony, Verona Arena, Colle San Pietro

1 Day

Complete your Italian holiday with a fully-escorted day trip from Venice to Verona. Includes skip the line access to Verona Arena.


  • Spend a day visiting Verona’s top attractions
  • See Juliet’s Balcony
  • Highlights include Verona Cathedral, Verona Arena, and Church of Saint Anastasia
  • Travel to Verona by mini-coach, return to Venice by train

Verona Day Trip from Venice: Juliet’s Balcony, Verona Arena, Colle San Pietro

Venice – Colle di San Pietro – Juliet’s Balcony – Verona Arena – Verona Cathedral – Piazza delle Erbe – Venice

Your day begins in Venice early, from where you’ll be enjoyed in an air-conditioned minibus to Verona, right to a picture stop at Colle di San Pietro. From above, enjoy a panoramic view of Verona.

Private Day Trip to Verona from Venice with a local

Most of the day journey from Venice you will spend unraveling the true Verona, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Among the sites visited are the sprawling cathedral with its beautiful cloisters; Piazza delle Erbe and the famous frescoes on the Mazzanti houses; Verona Arena, an ancient amphitheater fit to compete with the Colosseum in Rome; and the family tombs of Scaligeri, a wonderful place to reflect on the grandeur of the past of Verona.

The display cost does not include lunch. With suggestions from your local guide, you will have the liberty to choose a place that fits you.

You will receive a pre-bought train ticket back to Venice at the end of the trip. If you please, we will drop you off at the train station, or you may choose to remain longer and later travel back.

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Last Updated on February 15, 2022 by Tours Editor @