Verona stands on the banks of the Adige in a hilly setting and is, after Venice, the finest art centre in Venetia.
It is also the setting of the drama of Romeo and Juliet, immortalized by
In the cloisters of the Church of San Francesco al Corso, where it is
said the two young lovers were married. A romantic villa with a garden and
trellised walkway. The interior is decorated with frescoes. Weddings are
celebrated Thursday and Saturday mornings only.
Verona Town Hall
Opposite the Arena right on the
main Piazza Bra is the majestic palace housing the large hall with its rich
tapestries, elaborate paintings and antique furnishings. Weddings are
celebrated the first Saturday of the month in theTapestry Hall.