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Piazza dei Signori, Verona

4.6
#16 of 282 in Things to do in Verona
World heritage site · Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Every Wednesday night, locals flood Piazza dei Signori to enjoy guitar-playing, watch flamenco dancers, and cheer on their favorite in the capoeira face-offs. During the day, shops and administrative offices fill it with people. The square came about in the Middle Ages, when the La Scala palace and other monumental buildings were built, creating a square in the center. Reach the square through one of the many loggias or arcades. Arrange to visit Piazza dei Signori and other attractions in Verona using our Verona online trip planner.
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  • This square is really pretty and sorrounded by many important buildings and churches. You will find there many restaurants and bars  more »
  • Very close to piazza della Erbe, this piazza was the power centre of Verona and is also known as Piazza Dante. The figures atop the surrounding palazzos represent worthy Veronese citizens. It’s close....  more »
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  • The most beautiful square in Europe, surely. Yet it was largely ignored until recently, and then bars and restaurants started locating there. The portico in the North West corner is one of the only works of Fra Giacomo. A real rarity. Dante is in the middle of the square. Check out the tombs of the Scaligeri at the north east of the square. To the east there are glass panels in the floor where you can see the old Roman town. Torre del Lamberti is a must see - don't be scared, so to the top, where can discern the Roman, Scaligeri and then Venetian layout of the city. There you'll see some stairs and know what the rulers of Verona were called the Scaligeri (of the stairs). Make sure you go a little outside the square to the south east, where you'll find the stairs and architecture of the back of Piazza Erbe. Quite a sight.
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