The Province of Verona is a province in the Veneto region of Italy and its capital is the city of Verona. The province is made out of 98 comuni. The territory is characterized mostly by hils, beaches and green areas and it is probably best known for being the place where William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet takes place, The Casa di Giulietta (Juliet Capulet's villa in the play) being a very important local tourist attraction. Numerous other main sights are attracting visitors to Verona as well, castles, towers, hermitages, monasteries and sanctuaries being only a few of them.
Verona is one of the main tourists destinations in Northern Italy. There are fairs, shows and operas held here every year and tourists don't seem to want to stay away from them. The urban structure and architecture is also worth admiring, there are numerous historical buildings and monuments in this city that are quite interesting.
Verona is famous for its Arena. Situated in the city's largest square (Piazza Bra), the Roman amphitheater is internationally known for the large scale opera performances given. The 'Arena di Verona' is one of the best preserved structures from ancient Roman times....