4-6. Additional Locations
In addition, several sites have plaques with inscriptions have plaques with quotes from the play. These include the Volto Barbaro, where the duel between Tybalt and Mercurtio occurred, the Palazzo Carlotti, where Romeo’s revenge of Mercutio’s death supposedly took place, and the Portoni della Bra where Romeo left Verona before escaping to Mantua.
Verona as a city is well-worth the visit, particularly for its historic significance as a town that has developed without interruption or destruction for two millennia. It is also home to one of the largest remaining Roman arenasRead more about the city on the UNESCO World Heritage site.