Reduced Ticket Price to the famous Arena di Verona
In the heart of Piazza Bra stands the Roman Amphitheatre that was built in the first half of the 1st century A.D., in the period which marked the end of the Augustus’s Empire and the beginning of Claudius’s.
It is the 3rd largest amphitheatre in Italy after Rome’s Colosseum and the amphitheatre of Capua; its elliptical shape produces perfect acoustics from any stand point and allows it to accommodate a large number of spectators.
The most solemn monument in Roman Verona, with various orders of tiers of seats and, in the centre, an area or arena for gladiator shows, struggles with wild beasts and other events of a popular nature, was built with well-squared blocks of marble in the 1st century A.D., namely between the end of the empire of Augustus and the empire of Claudius.
All ISIC, ITIC, IYTC cardholders may access the museum with a special rate. To take advantage of the benefit show your valid card at the ticket office at the moment of the purchase of the ticket.Overview