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The Gladiator's Verona Arena with a Guide

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Verona Arena Tour: Fast Track

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Tips for visiting the Verona Arena

Built in the first century AD to watch the fights of gladiators, the mighty Verona Arena serves quite a different purpose today. Unlike in 30 AD, it's now famous internationally for hosting large-scale opera performances.

Be sure to catch an opera at the Verona Arena if you can – it's one of the best preserved ancient structures of its kind and makes for a very atmospheric experience. It's also used for various concerts and events.

If opera's not your thing, you can still enjoy a fascinating express tour of Verona Arena with a convenient fast-track ticket. With a guide at your side, discover the history and legends of this incredibly preserved amphitheater, learn about the stories of the gladiators and the Roman games, and enjoy a behind-the-scenes peek.

You can also book ahead for a guided walking tour of Verona Arena, which will save you money and time lining up in the crowds. The affordable VeronaCard will also get you skip-the-line access to Verona Arena.

Verona's high season is during the hot summer months of July and August. This is when the Verona Arena opera season draws huge crowds. It's a nice experience to get involved along with the masses.

The Verona Opera Festival is confirmed from June 17th to September 4th, 2022. Get your tickets ahead of time to save disappointment!

It is not possible to bring food or drinks into the Verona Arena. Registered guide dogs only are allowed.

Before reaching the entrance gates of the Amphitheatre, you may have to undergo security checks by the ushers. This might be via a walkthrough metal detector or a handheld metal detector. Video cameras, trolley cases, bags, backpacks, or other bulky containers are not permitted.

If you're watching the opera from the Verona Arena stalls, please remember to dress suitably for the theater. Tank tops/vests, shorts or thong sandals will not be admitted to stalls' seats; in this case, tickets will not be reimbursed.

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Juan Fernando ,  Spain Spain
15 Aug 2022
Excellent
Carta indispensable en Verona. Por 20€ tienes transporte público gratuito y acceso a casi todos los monumentos imprescindibles. En los museos que no es válida tienen un porcentaje de descuento.
VeronaCard 24H
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sandra,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
28 Aug 2022
Excellent
Had access to so many attractions. Def worth the money. Only had a 24hr card but managed to see lots with skip the line. Excellent value
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Mirko,  Australia Australia
09 Jan 2023
Excellent
Very user-friendly platform. The Verona card was absolutely good value.
VeronaCard 24H

About: Verona Arena

Verona Arena is a world-renowned opera venue that was built in 30 A.D. It is the oldest Roman amphitheatre which is still in use today.

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Verona Arena
Piazza Bra 1, 37121, Verona
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