Welcome to the most famous house in Verona and Italy. Juliet’s house ( Casa di Giulietta) is where the famous scene from the play “Romeo and Juliet” takes place. Juliet’s balcony is where Juliet whispers the immortal words – O Romeo Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo.
Although the story of Romeo and Juliet is hundreds of years old, the romance has not disappeared from the world. Juliet’s House every year becomes the ideal place for marriage proposals, engagement photos, and expressing wishes for eternal love. A long line of tourists uses Juliet’s right field as a virtue symbol of eternal love and longevity.
While Romeo and Juliet’s love story is fictional, Romeo and Juliet’s families lived and thrived in Verona. Shakespeare’s tragic play tells the story of two families in Verona in a bitter rivalry. However, there is no documentation of the rivalry between the families, but the play is anchored in the contexts of that time.
Built-in the early 13th century as the home of Juliet’s family. However, the famous balcony and window were only built as part of an extensive renovation. You can see the balcony even without entering the house (and buying a ticket), but if you want to take a picture of it, you won’t be able to.
In terms of cost – a regular ticket is 6 euros, a children’s ticket costs only 1 euro, and a combined ticket that includes a visit to Juliet’s tomb will cost 7 euros.
A visit to Yulia’s tomb is no less exciting but near the grave is the impressive statue of Shakespeare, who introduced Verona to the world.
Iulia’s house is located on Cappello Street No. 21. You won’t have any trouble getting to it as it is in the heart of the tourist area of Verona and you can reach it by bus, bicycle and on foot. Near Juliet’s House, you can find a variety of cafes and restaurants and easily get to the Mazzini pedestrian mall, where you can find luxury stores and boutiques for designer clothes.