Verona Arena Skip-the-line Guided Tour
Gather at Piazza Bra to meet your local guide and embark on the Verona Arena guided tour, exploring the renowned Roman amphitheater of Verona. Utilize your priority ticket for swift entry as the local expert shares insights into the Arena’s construction, its historical and contemporary uses, and the fascinating legends that surround it.
Stroll beneath the ancient marble arcades while absorbing tales of gladiators and the ancient Roman games that once unfolded within these historic walls. Marvel at the preserved ‘Ala,’ the sole remaining piece of the outer third circle. Uncover intriguing facts and anecdotes about the extensive and extraordinary history of this grand amphitheater, which, having withstood a 12th-century earthquake, continues to serve as the city’s cherished open-air opera hall renowned for its exceptional acoustics and storied past. Today, it is celebrated for the Opera season that commenced in 1913 with the renowned production of Aida.
Ensure your camera is at the ready, as from the pinnacle of the Arena, you can relish a panoramic 360° view of the picturesque Piazza Bra. By the end of this express tour, you’ll possess comprehensive knowledge about Verona’s most famous and exquisite monument.
Embark on a quick Verona Arena tour to explore the remarkable Roman amphitheater swiftly. With a skip-the-line ticket, spend just 30 minutes delving into the rich Roman history and captivating ancient legends of this iconic monument alongside a knowledgeable local guide.
– Minors must be accompanied by an adult;
– This tour is guaranteed with a minimum number of 2 participants.
- Guided Verona Arena tour to learn everything about the site
- Express tour with Skip-the-line ticket included
- Discover the history and anecdotes with a local guide
- Learn about the stories of the gladiators and the Roman games
- Smaller Group (max 16 people)
Electronic voucher accepted
Verona, Arena, Gate Number 5 – next to the ticket office
The guide will have a yellow umbrella with “Arena-Skip-the-line” written on it;