Historic buildings adorn the cityscape of Verona. Above all, the arena, an amphitheater, characterizes today's cityscape and is also used today: One assumes that once upon a time gladiatorial battles took place in the arena, while the excellent acoustics in the summer months offer a great location for opera performances and open air concerts. Casa di Giulietta can not be missed if love literature. Shakespeare chose a house in Verona as the setting of his tragedy Romeo & Juliet, which was also the parental home of Juliet. Matchingly, lovers can be immortalized on a wall with letters or can be photographed next to the bronze statue of Juliet - with her hand on her right breast, as this is to bring happiness in love. This house, however, is by no means the most beautiful in Verona: your real estate brokers at Engel & Völkers have chosen a real jewel among the real estate of Italy. A penthouse in the heart of the old town, where you can be sure of love at first sight.