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Teatro Romano

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Rigaste Redentore 2, 37129, Verona, Italy
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All reviews roman theatre theatre area archaeological museum across the river nice view of the city verona card worth a visit interesting history on display worth the climb couple of hours roman times adige river ruins euro mosaics lift
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Reviewed 13 October 2017

I looked forward to seeing the teatro Romano. However I was disappointed to see a large number of black plastic chairs set out within the teatro. I really wanted to see it as it was originally

Thank scallywag22
Reviewed 8 October 2017

So the roman theatre is under refurb but the museum of the romans is amazing set in a building that was a Jesuit monastery set back in to the oil. The views from the windows are stunning but the statuary, mosaics and glass are awesome...More

Thank John E
Reviewed 4 October 2017

Teatro Romano was recommended to us by our Viatour guide & we were so glad that we visited as the views of Verona were magnificent! It is quite a climb to reach the top but well-worth the effort!

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Reviewed 29 September 2017

-The lady at reception/entrance is NASTY. Horrible and incredibly unfriendly with a bad attitude. -The theatre is fairly impressive although you'll have seen everything there is to see within a couple of minutes. Unfortunately, there is a modern stage and modern deating covering the bits...More

Thank MelSuett
Reviewed 24 September 2017 via mobile

My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed enjoyed our trip here today. For €4.50 you get entry into the Roman Theatre, a 10th Century church with some interesting history, the museum and a pretty outdoor area with spectacular views over the city. I thought the museum...More

Thank Clink4
Reviewed 24 September 2017 via mobile

We had read that the views were great here so thought we would check it out. The history of the area the buildings are on is very interesting. There are ruins, the theatre, chapel and museum from different time periods. The theatre and ruins were...More

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Reviewed 21 September 2017

The old Roman theatre which is still used for concerts and dramatic productions (not to be confuse with the larger Arena) and now houses a world-class arcgaeological museum. Go in at the bottom at street level by the river and work your way up the...More

Thank Mike R
Reviewed 20 September 2017 via mobile

This is one of those places that you feel you need to visit and should really but there is not a lot other than the museum and scaffolding works outside. It is of great archeological interest and is a great site, not for me, but...More

Thank ChefCliveM
Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

Take the time to hike up the old stairs and tour the old Teatro, church chapel and museum. You have wonderful views of the city, lots of roman ruins of columns and arches , mosaics and frescos. Imagine what the city felt like in the...More

Thank Staci S
Reviewed 17 September 2017

Walked to the top of the hill and viewed this on the way down. Learned later from a tour guid the extraordinary story of finding the ruins under houses only fairly recently. Now used as a real theatre. Wish we had known and were able...More

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Response from Racegoer2014 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry we didn't go to a concert. Hope you have a wonderful time.
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Jennifer S
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Response from stanmansurrey | Reviewed this property |
Difficult for me to say - we were only looking at the historic remains and museum during the morning. What the speed of entrance and seating is like for a concert or special facilities provided, I can't advise. Perhaps a... More
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