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All reviews verona card lift takes extra euro worth the climb viewing platform few stairs tallest tower bells chime hour and half hour high tower entire city bell tower panoramic view of the city great views from the top highest point art gallery walk up
Very nice historical bell tower and view point over the city - see how the Verona people squeeze into every crevice - the streets and house crushed together - puts the city into perspective - There is a lift up most of the way up...More
The fine old Belltower / watchtower, the Torre dei Lamberti, is at the Piazza, and its height dominates the central Verona area. Views from the tower are quite picturesque & put the medieval city into perspective. ( Tip: Pay for the Elevator & save energy...More
I definitely recommend this - good tower, lovely views - it was foggy when we went but still nice to see the view. But we were charged £1 each to use the elevator - I haven’t seen this advertised anywhere!
Verona is a beautiful town. I liked walking through the streets and admiring all those historical buildings and monuments. The town offers several attractions, but the view from the 84m tower it's definitely worth that. The whole town is simply on the palm of your...More
Beautiful spectacular historic tower. It offers beautiful views of the square. You can go to the tower with an excellent panorama of the city. Next to it is a market where the Chinese sell clothes and gifts.
You want a clear day because the whole purpose of going up the Tower is to see the views over the historic centre of Verona. Admission is covered by the Verona card (highly recommended).but there is a nominal one euro charge if you want to...More
This is included on the Verona card but not the lift which is 1euro to avoid walking up 400+ steps so worth it. Fabulous views from the top. Don't accidentally visit the art gallery, unless you like art - the Tower entrance is from the...More