Top Things to Do in Villafranca di Verona 2021



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Complesso del Duomo

Complesso del DuomoNearby City

4.2/535 Reviews
Verona Top 5 in Can't Miss Attractions
"Verona Cathedral is the city’s cathedral. Built in the 11th century, it is a cathedral combining Romanesque and Gothic styles. The church facade is divided into three parts, consisting of a gable wall and two arcades decorated with sculptures. The door is decorated with a bas-relief of the Virgin and her child. Below are reliefs that symbolize the three virtues of justice, charity and hope. The statue on the pillar next to the door is the ten prophets. The Gothic rose window was left over during the renovation of the church in the 14th century, while the Baroque elements on the upper floor were added in the 17th century. There are many Renaissance paintings in the church. The most famous one is Tiziano Vecellio's "Assumption of the Virgin", a representative painter of the Venetian school. The tower of the church is very tall, and the modern angel sculpture at the door has no sense of disobedience."
San Zeno Maggiore

San Zeno MaggioreNearby City

4.4/516 Reviews
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Verona Top 13 in Can't Miss Attractions
Open on Mon-Fri,10:00am-1:30pm,2:30pm-5:30pm;Open on Sat,9:00am-6:00pm;Open on Sun,1:00pm-6:00pm (Local time)
"The rose window decorated on the door is also unique to the church. On the main altar inside the Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore there is also a painting of "Virgin and Child" by Manteni."
Santa Anastasia

Santa AnastasiaNearby City

4.3/521 Reviews
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Verona Top 11 in Can't Miss Attractions
"The red-brick church looks simple and authentic. The design of the gate is very special. It is composed of tuff and brick interlaced, which has a kaleidoscope effect. It is said that this is a Romanesque design, with a round arch on the main door and a tall column in the middle corridor. This is the most characteristic Romanesque architectural design in 1000. The rose window above is referred to as the "wheel of fortune", symbolizing the capricious nature and destiny mentioned in the doctrine. There is a bell tower with a spire behind it. This is the gothic style popular in the later trend, and architects have made innovative changes. Therefore, this church is the earliest example of local Romanesque architecture incorporating Gothic elements. Walking into the church, the complex decorations let people know that this is the art palace built by artists behind the prosperous Christian civilization."
Chiesa di San Fermo

Chiesa di San FermoNearby City

4.3/512 Reviews
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Verona Top 14 in Can't Miss Attractions
"Repair work is currently underway, which means considerable damage in the church. However, the church was built in the 11th century and has many frescoes and altars. The wooden roof is decorated with more than 400 paintings of saints, and the dark brown spire roof is very eye-catching."
Church of San Francesco al Corso

Church of San Francesco al CorsoNearby City

4.3/54 Reviews
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Verona Top 6 in Important Religious Institution
"Through the church of St. Francesca, you can enter the tomb of Juliet, a historical building in the Middle Ages. There are many historical murals of Romeo and Juliet, but they are painted by later generations. Because the love story passed down for generations is fictional, the granite marble coffin is empty"
chiesa di San Lorenzo - Verona

chiesa di San Lorenzo - VeronaNearby City

4.3/53 Reviews
Verona Top 3 in Important Religious Institution
"The church enters the courtyard through an inconspicuous arched entrance, so it is easy to be missed, but there is a small sign in front of the arch to remind you of the existence of historical monuments. The building was built in the early twelfth century, and some interior frescoes date back to the same period, belonging to the Byzantine style."
Verona's Cathedral (Duomo)

Verona's Cathedral (Duomo)Nearby City

4.6/55 Reviews
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Verona Top 18 in Can't Miss Attractions
"The cathedral is being rebuilt. Compared with Anastasia, the national model is smaller and less gorgeous. One-third of the part is covered by scaffolding and cannot be visited. There are excavations showing old Roman ruins, and there is free audio to visit. The explainer, painted on the ceiling of the cathedral is very delicate, you can watch carefully with a telescope"
Basilica Santa Teresa di Gesu Bambino

Basilica Santa Teresa di Gesu BambinoNearby City

4.5/52 Reviews
Verona Top 5 in Important Religious Institution
Open from 3:30pm-7:30pm;Open on Tue-Sun,7:00am-12:00am (Local time)
"The Holy Church of Jesus is here in Temple Square, with a series of marble statues, ornaments and amazing displays, a bit off the center of the tourist route, the Baroque decorations are historical relics of the 19th century, and there is a local handicraft market nearby. , Lots of snacks"
Cattedrale di Parma

Cattedrale di ParmaNearby City

4.3/518 Reviews
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Open on Fri-Sun,8:00am-7:00pm (Local time)
"Palma Cathedral is really beautiful. The unique petal window can project the shape of petals only one day a year. Although it is not very symmetrical, it is as beautiful as the irregular color projection."
Cappella dei Notai

Cappella dei NotaiNearby City

4/52 Reviews
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