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  1. Though it’s hard to have a preference for one Italian town over another, Verona is a special place. Despite the throng of romantics at “Casa di Guiletta” the rest of the town maintains its cozy, intimate self. Glad you enjoyed it!

  2. Verona is in my top 5 best cities of Italy! It really has that something special. Food and wine aren’t too bad either ๐Ÿ˜‰

    1. I hope to spend more time in Verona some day. Tell me what are the other four cities!?!

      1. Rome/Venice (they share a spot!), Pisa (hometown – has to be on there), Orvieto and Siracusa. I like this game! ๐Ÿ™‚ What are your 5 favorite cities? It is a tough list to compile and still so much to see, so it might change ๐Ÿ˜‰

      2. Ah, really tough to make a list of just five, especially since I’ve seen so much less of Italy than you, and I love all the places I’ve seen so far! For me: Florence, Verona, Poglinano a Mare, Bellagio/Menaggio/Varenna. For smaller towns, there’s Fiesole and Monteriggioni. And Capri! Impossible to choose just five. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Verona is lovely! I went to the opera in the Arena and it was magical ๐Ÿ™‚ Will look out for this little shop when I visit next!

    1. That must have been an incredible experience! I hope you find the shop, I think it was close to Casa di Giulietta, but I’m not certain. Thanks for being here!

  4. Sharon L. Cafagna says:

    This little deli looks like something from a story book. I love it.

  5. bonniegm says:

    Italian friends have spoken of Verona and how beautiful it is . It’s on the list. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    1. I highly recommend it, Bonnie. I wanted to stay for a couple of nights, but only had time for a day trip, which was really easy from Florence!

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