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The town is home to ancient Roman fortifications - Rocca Scaligera. The town features markets restaurants, nightclubs, and fashion outlet shops.

For health visitors the town's spa has mud baths, massages and under-water massages.



Torbole is popular with windsurfers and with 100's of kilometres of mountain biking paths the surrounding area features a host of geographical attractions for example the Marmitte dei Giganti.



The town features a cable-car taking visitors to the summit of Monte Baldo.



Arena di Verona

This amphitheater built in AD 30, is one of the best preserved Roman amphitheaters still in existence. [4]

Santa Maria Assunta

Verona's cathedral, dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta.

Arche Scaligere

These three highly decorated 14th century Gothic relief arches were built for three members of the Scaligeri family.

Castelvecchio Museum

This museum was a former fortification of Verona renovated by the leading an Carlo Scarpa, an Italian architect. The museum enjoys a very extensive collection of decorative arts, weapons, sculptures, and art relief's and paintings. [5]

Juliet's Balcony

Juliet's house is located in Via Cappello. In the grounds you can view the infamous balcony as well as view her bronze statue of Juliet in the garden.

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