Corso Castelvecchio Corso Castelvecchio – Verona
Verona is one of the most visited cities in Italy and as such is visited every year by millions of tourists from all over the world including quite a few tourists from the Holy Land. This is a great vacation destination for those who like urban vacations in Europe and it has a great abundance of attractions and activities that make it a great destination for families with children, lovers of history and architecture, and much more.
Among the most important historical places in the city that are evidence of the fascinating history of Italy and of Verona in particular, you will find Corso Castelvecchio, the name of the main road that runs through the old city of Verona, which was used for a long period of time in history as a central axis that continues the main road Porta Palio and connects to major sites In the city:
The Church of Santa Anastasia – is an impressive Gothic church that belongs to the Dominican order and is described as dating to the 13th century AD, although its construction was only completed towards the end of the 14th century. The building that stands today stands on the ruins of an older temple and among its most prominent features, you will find a tall bell tower.
The old castle – a spectacularly beautiful castle considered one of the most beautiful and important buildings in Verona, located on the banks of the Adige River and dating from the 14th century AD, when it was an important part of the city’s fortifications. Unlike other ancient castles, this castle offers tours that are open to the general public and if you want to go back in time, this is an opportunity not to be missed.
The Civic Museum – a museum of great importance to the city of Verona which is mainly dedicated to European art and Italian art in particular. The museum itself is located inside a fortress, which gives the visit a special character and a mysterious atmosphere that will accompany you during a fascinating stroll through no less than 30 rooms where the various works are displayed – paintings, sculptures, jewelry, weapons, ceramics, ancient bells and more.