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It's no wonder that this is one of the most historic and picturesque squares in Italy: in antiquity, it served as a Roman forum; today, it contains many historic buildings, sculptures with a popular and colorful market overflowing with fresh fruits...more
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In Verona all streets lead to the Piazza delle Erbe sooner or later. It's a curious mix of medieval square, street market and tourist hub.
Ancient buildings with their frescoes catch your eye but good luck getting a seat at the teeming cafe's and restaurants....More
Among the many things to like about Piazza delle Erbe:
Taxi stand (one of very few in Verona)
Wide selection of restaurants
Never-ending flea market (seems to wind down at 7:30PM which is dinner-time in Italy) where I purchased a scarf for 5EU and leather...More
Lots of places to sit down here to have a drink and a bite to eat or watch the world go by.
There is a market in the piazza if you want to do some souvenir shopping. The big main designer shops are also in...More
Such a buzzing square with a good market. The fresh fruit selection in a large plastic tub is very good value at 4 euros and is delicious and refreshing. Beautiful buildings and a great atmosphere. A must visit.
Erbe square has the characteristics of a typical Italian square, i.e. nice, beautiful buildings with a spacious area. However, crowded by many restaurants, touristic market. We preferred the other squares closeby
Verona is a very charming city, and the Piazza delle Erbe is definitely a must-see, and quite a charming piazza too. Very beautiful buildings, especially the clock tower, and easy access to a lot of other sights in the area.
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Each day, but it's rather touristic and the few stands selling fruits, mostly sell cut up ones also for thirsty tourists at high prices. If you want a real farmers market, there are some in different areas of town on... More
Each day, but it's rather touristic and the few stands selling fruits, mostly sell cut up ones also for thirsty tourists at high prices. If you want a real farmers market, there are some in different areas of town on different market days.