If you know the books and / or movies , you want to visit this place - but for me it was just a balcony in a small inside patio - maybe the tour would have been a little bit different but I doubt that...
You can see the balcony outside for free and if you pay €6 you can go inside or for €7 also entry to her tomb (different location). We paid and wished we hadn't, there is very little inside! Not worth...
I believe that the vast majority of people come here because of the British Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" (two lovers from Italy), the singer of the ancient and modern love. In fact, there is another love movie "Glory to Juliet" that has been described in the world. Although the film is fictitious, no one in Verona really responded to the letter on the wall, but stepped into the former residence of Juliet. At the time, my heart still couldnt stop.
Most visitors here will do two things: one is to touch the chest of Juliet's bronze statue, which is said to bring good love, no wonder the goddess' right chest is bright and bright; the second is to put love letters and The message is posted on the brick wall, which has become a place to witness love. The whole process: lovers first leave the names of two people on the "love wall", then draw a love circle to surround the names of the two, and then put a rose in front of the statue of Juliet.
Into the alley, you will find that the door is in the city, through the crowd to find the beautiful Juliet
the wall at the gate has been filled with love and wishes from all over the world, here has become a love place for the world's young men and women worship
courtyard Standing on the front is a real tall and tall Juliet bronze statue that is slim, affectionate and slightly sad. Because the legendary touch of the statue's right chest can bring a good love, the right chest of Juliet's statue is now particularly bright
bronze statue on the upper left, is Shakespeare's famous marble balcony. It is said that Romeo was climbing this balcony and Juliets complaints.
Juliet is near the vanilla square in the center of Verona. It is said to have been the residence of Juliet, the heroine of Shakespeare's famous book "Romeo and Juliet." It was once owned by the Villa Capreti of the Verona family, and Juliet is the daughter of the Capreti family. Of course, this is the place with the most tourists. Countless couples from all over the world come here to witness their love with the people they love.
There is a life-size bronze statue of Juliet in the courtyard. It is said that the right chest touching the bronze statue can bring beautiful love. The right chest of this bronze statue has been touched especially brightly. When there are many people, you need to line up with the bronze statue. The upper left of the
bronze statue is a marble balcony. It is said that this is the sweet spot where Juliets prototype was overlooked and hoped for the arrival of the lover "Romeo". To enter the balcony on the second floor, you need to collect tickets, 6 euros a person.
The red brick wall below the balcony is full of love letters that tourists use to stick with chewing gum. Many of them are dedicated to their lovers to express their loyalty, and more are sent to the perfect lover Juliet in the heart. It is said that the mailbox here will receive love letters from people all over the world to Juliet. As long as you write the address: Juliet's House, Verona, Italy, then this letter will be received here.