Le Tre Corti B&B Treviso


William Shakespeare chose Verona as the setting for one of his most famous tragedies, “Romeo and Juliet”. UNESCO World Heritage site, Verona is a pearl of art and architecture. Its foundation dates back to ancient times and is due to Italic people and then Romans. The city can be divided in a Roman well preserved and modern part characterized by Renaissance buildings. In Verona you can find numerous remains of the Roman period, such as the Arena, built after the third century BC and the third Roman theater in Italy for size. To the medieval period, however, dates the Basilica of San Zeno, identified as one of the masterpieces of Romanesque. Date back to the period of Scala Seigniory there are monuments as the palace of the Podestà, who also hosted Dante in his period of stay in Verona, the Loggia del Consiglio, Piazza dei Signori and Piazza delle Erbe. These are just some of the immense wealth that you will enjoy visiting Verona.
The city is located 138 km from Treviso.